Start typing to see products you are looking for.
  • Menu

Shopping cart

Close
Menu
Nationwide Delivery. Ireland & UK.
How to Find Us.Our Location.
close
Start typing to see products you are looking for.

How to measure a external door

How to measure a external door

How to measure a double glazed door and window

These guidelines are to help you measure for a new double glazed door and/or window and make an accurate measurement.

Measure the opening outside on both the height and width. Always measure the exact brickwork opening and not the old frame or door.

Measure brick to brick in at least three different places and deduct 10mm from both the final height and width measurements to allow for 5mm fitting allowance around the new frame. This will enable you to ensure the new frame sits plumb and square once in the aperture. Spacers and filler will then be required to secure the frame into place and fill any gaps.

  • How to measure a double glazed door
  • How to measure a double glazed door with a side panel or top light
  • How to measure a double glazed window
  • How to measure a double glazed square bay window
  • How to measure a double glazed bow window
  • Please remember :

    Do not measure your existing door or frame but measure the brick opening.

  • Measure in at least three different places and we recommend deducting 10mm from both the final height and width measurements - we do not make any fitting allowances on the sizes you provide.
  • Measurements will need to include the frame, cill and any frame extenders/add on’s required.
  • All dimensions to be supplied in Metric and all designs viewed externally.
  • How to measure a double glazed door

    Measure in at least three different places and deduct 10mm from both the final height and width measurements - we do not make any fitting allowances on the sizes you provide.

    Measurements will need to include the frame, cill and any frame extenders/add on’s required.

    All dimensions to be supplied in Metric and all designs viewed externally.How to measure a double glazed door and window
    These guidelines are to help you measure for a new double glazed door and/or window and make an accurate measurement.

    Measure the opening outside on both the height and width. Always measure the exact brickwork opening and not the old frame or door.

    Measure brick to brick in at least three different places and deduct 10mm from both the final height and width measurements to allow for 5mm fitting allowance around the new frame. This will enable you to ensure the new frame sits plumb and square once in the aperture. Spacers and filler will then be required to secure the frame into place and fill any gaps.

    How to measure a double glazed door
    How to measure a double glazed door with a side panel or top light
    How to measure a double glazed window
    How to measure a double glazed square bay window
    How to measure a double glazed bow window
    Please remember:
    Do not measure your existing door or frame but measure the brick opening.
    Measure in at least three different places and we recommend deducting 10mm from both the final height and width measurements - we do not make any fitting allowances on the sizes you provide.
    Measurements will need to include the frame, cill and any frame extenders/add on’s required.
    All dimensions to be supplied in Metric and all designs viewed externally.
    How to measure a double glazed door
    Measure in at least three different places and deduct 10mm from both the final height and width measurements - we do not make any fitting allowances on the sizes you provide.

    Measurements will need to include the frame, cill and any frame extenders/add on’s required.

    All dimensions to be supplied in Metric and all designs viewed externally.

  • Will be used in accordance with our Privacy Policy

    Scroll To Top

    #title#

    #price#
    ×