Not Available in my State?

Do you live in a New England state, or  AR, AL, GA, KY, LA, NC, SC, TN or east coast of FL?

If you live in any of these states, there is a good chance you are installing whats known as a Split-Jamb Door. Unfortunately many of the Home Depot stores in these states do not carry the the Quick Door Hanger in stock. You’re in an area where the Home Depots carry what is known as split jamb pre-hung doors. There are a few areas of the country that carry these types of doors, as opposed to the more traditionally found Flat Jamb pre-hung doors. On these split jamb doors, our product works, however you will need to remove the factory pre-applied trim/casing that is attached to the door. Usually stapled on. The reason Home Depots in your area may not carry our product is because of this extra step of removing the pre-applied door trim. We do have 1000’s of customers that use our product on these types of doors and are working on stocking these locations. In the meantime, the product can be ordered through HomeDepot.com. They are usually very good about shipping the product the same day it’s ordered. The product ships out of Maryland, so it can arrive as early as next day for most of you. We are working on improving this. Sorry again for your inconvenience.

Front & Back Side

Installing a Split Jamb door is different from that of the more traditional flat jamb doors. The difference is that on split jamb doors, the door actually comes from the factory in 2 halves. The halves then sandwich the rough door opening from both sides. Both of these two halves also have the casing (trim) pre-installed by the door manufacturer, flat jamb doors do not. Split jamb doors have been designed for walls of various thicknesses. This works by a slight overlapping of the two halves when sandwiching the rough opening, giving a little room to accommodate slightly thicker or skinnier wall sizes.

About Split Jamb Doors

Installing a Split Jamb door is different from that of the more traditional flat jamb doors. The difference is that on split jamb doors, the door actually comes from the factory in 2 halves. The halves then sandwich the rough door opening from both sides. Both of these two halves also have the casing (trim) pre-installed by the door manufacturer, flat jamb doors do not. Split jamb doors have been designed for walls of various thicknesses. This works by a slight overlapping of the two halves when sandwiching the rough opening, giving a little room to accommodate slightly thicker or skinnier wall sizes.

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Installing a Split Jamb Door ...

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