Commercial Door Help Center
Hinge & Hardware Locations
Pre-Fitting Worksheet for Commercial Doors
This form is used to measure the hinge and hardware locations of doors being retro-fitted to existing frames.
Pre-Fitting Worksheet for Door Frames
This form is used to measure hinge and hardware locations for replacement frames or as a guide for door replacement when the old doors have already been discarded.
Hollow Metal Door Hinge & HW Locations by MFR
Use this diagram and table to identify common hinge and hardware locations for hollow metal doors.
Hollow Metal Frame Hinge & HW Locations
Use this diagram and table to identify common hinge and hardware locations for commercial metal door frames.
Troubleshooting & Installation Guides
How to Install Hollow Metal Slip On Drywall Frames
Hollow Metal Frames for New Stud Wall Construction
Hollow Metal Punch & Dimple Frames for Existing Walls
Commercial Steel Doors & Frames: Storage & Topcoat
Troubleshooting: Fix Gaps Between a Door & Frame
Troubleshooting: Fix A Door That Won’t Close Properly
How to Measure for Replacement Commercial Doors
Recommendations & Best Practices for Measuring Replacement Doors (SDI Steel Door Institute
Timely Steel Frames: Standard Frame Installation
How to Install Timely Door Frames for Commercial Use
Disclaimer: These resources are based on general industry educational material. This information is not specific to any brand or model. Some video or print instructions may differ slightly from the products you have. Please note that all products sold by USA Fire Door should be installed by professional installers of commercial doors who are certified and familiar with typical product types & installation methods. The information and procedures included on this page are for educational purposes only. Building standards and accepted practices may vary based on geographic location or other factors. USA Fire Door cannot and does not, under any condition, assume responsibility for any losses related to the installation of products sold or any representations made on our website(s).
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