Now what we’re looking for is proportion and placement of the molding. RH: One of the first things we’re going to do is take some molding that I’ve cut slightly over sized, a little bit longer than we actually need. We’re going to cut an angle off one end with the miter box. RH: Laura wants this to be a hands on project so she takes over and makes the next few cuts.
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RH: Okay, Laura, let’s just do a test fit here now.
With the upper panel complete we move on to the bottom one repeating the gluing and nailing process. If the finish wasn’t in such good shape we might think about replacing the hinges and latch set but, that wont be necessary.
Laura wants to brighten up her doors by painting them in off white. If we repaint the door before we attach the molding we can use a short nap roller and cover the surface very quickly. Ron thought this would be a great project and it would only be a fraction of the cost of replacing the doors.
Ron's last House Call in the great state of Texas took him to Longview where Lara Leaver had asked him to come and help give her outdated interior doors a makeover. She had always liked paneled doors and was hoping Ron could help her achieve this look by adding molding to the old doors.
Laura has an entire house full of plain Jane doors.
RH: All right, so you were thinking maybe of applying molding to these doors? RH: That’s a great idea because we can make these look like panel doors for a fraction of what it would cost to actually replace them. RH: So, why don’t we start by taking the down and taking them outside. Simple enough, if we choose the right molding and put it in the right place.
RH: My last house call in the great state of Texas takes me to Longview where Laura Leaver has asked me to give her outdated interior doors a make over.
Today though we’re going to tackle the ones in her hallway.
Simple and inexpensive updates often make a world of difference.
Thanks to the kind folks at Schlage, I was able to update a few of my interior doors over the weekend, and what a change!
I was thinking I like the look of the panel doors and springboard a little more updated looking. The plan is to apply two rectangles of molding to the face of the door.