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1-1/4 in. x 4-1/2 in. x 7 ft. PVC Composite White Entry Door Jamb Moulding

  • PVC trim will not rot
  • Great replacement for wood
  • Adds decorative touch to your home
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Product Overview

Rot-resistant, this entry door jamb is a PVC trim used for replacing rotted wood frames. Add moulding to your home adds value and a nice finishing touch.
  • The entry door jamb installs easily using wood working tools
  • The entry door jamb will not split or crack and can be easily installed using nails or construction adhesive
  • The entry door jamb is finished and ready to install, the entry door jamb is moisture and termite proof
  • The vinyl exterior entry door jamb resist extreme Whether conditions

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)1.25Product Length (in.)85
Product Width (in.)4.5

Details

ApplicationDoor & WindowColor FamilyWhite
Color/FinishWhiteFinish TypePrimed
Installation TypeGlue,NailInterior/ExteriorExterior
MaterialCompositeMoulding FeaturesMoisture Resistant,Rot Resistant,Termite Resistant
Moulding TypeJambMoulding UseDoor & Window
Returnable90-DaySell Pack OptionsSingle Item

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited 25 Year Warranty

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Customer Reviews

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Outstanding product. My back door rotted at the two jambs at the bottom. So I looked for a standa...
Outstanding product. My back door rotted at the two jambs at the bottom. So I looked for a standard door that also had the rot resistant jamb sections at bottom. The only way I could get this was to special order a door. So instead of ~$220 for a standard door, quotes ranged from $500 - $650 ... just to add the rot resistant section. So I looked at repair options. This product is exactly what I needed. Each end is cut to fit to a sill plate. So I used ~ one foot from one end for the right side, and ~one foot from the other end for the left side. I attached the pieces to my sill plate using thin stainless deck screws (and caulked the joint), and also tow nailed thin screws at each end, plus screwed the top near the joint into the stud using shims. I filled the cracks with Bondo. Waterproofed everything else. The photo shows the repair before additional filler, final sanding, cleanup and painting.
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    Perfect fit for bottom of my door. I cut a...
    Perfect fit for bottom of my door. I cut a notch in the joint and use bondo to hide the seam.
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    Arrived on time in great condition. I was pleased to...
    Arrived on time in great condition. I was pleased to find that the weatherstrip was included. That wasn’t specified online.
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    Solved problem of rotten jam on a door that was...
    Solved problem of rotten jam on a door that was not that old.
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    This has exactly the same profile as the old wood jamb, it just won't ever rot. It comes with wea...
    This has exactly the same profile as the old wood jamb, it just won't ever rot. It comes with weatherstripping, although you can use the old one if it is a better color match. It takes acrylic latex paint just fine, although if you prefer to sand first to promote adhesion it is easily sandable. It sure beats having to replace the wood jamb again and again, this will be a permanent repair, and it costs a lot less than buying a whole prehung door if the door slab itself is still OK.
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    Great product. But it’s not the whole jamb, just one...
    Great product. But it’s not the whole jamb, just one side. I had to buy two and make the top out of the old wood jamb. Then you have to router in where the hinges attach. But it won’t rot once you get it in there.
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    Easy to work with....
    Easy to work with.
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    Great concept...if it were only dimensionally equivalent. Just replace the first foot off the gr...
    Great concept...if it were only dimensionally equivalent. Just replace the first foot off the ground/concrete level. The material dimensions varied in every way in my installation. Had to shim behind it-normal. Also had to shim the outside edge facing the brick molding with a 5/32" piece. My documented 4 9/16" door jam measures 4 3/4" for some reason. Even the stop is slightly different in size than my jam. My door/jam is just 10 years old. Consider buying a larger jam size and ripping it. Although manufacture does not recommend ripping the material. If it fits your good. If not, expect to some spend time finding filler material.
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    I replaced the bottom foot of my entry way door...
    I replaced the bottom foot of my entry way door jambs - due to wood rot - used the PVC jamb for replacement pieces. The PVC jamb dimensions matched my original jamb dimensions very well. The PVC was easy to cut and trim.
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