How to Install French Doors in a Shed

Installing beautiful French shed doors in your she shed is a simple project using these plans. Find project steps here:

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14 Replies to “How to Install French Doors in a Shed”

  1. 3:10 – How did they finish off the bottom under the porch, to hide the flashing tape? That's what I need to know. I need to re-do my french door with a sill plan because I've got some leaking coming in the corners of my door.

  2. What are they called or does anyone know where you can get french doors that are already on a frame ready to fit in ?

  3. wait so the shims around the door stay there forever? or do they come off when using the foam spray?

  4. I wish all instructional videos were this comprehensive and concise

  5. What's the process to do something similar in a finished shed with electrical wire and insulation already installed (going from standard shed door to French doors)? Thanks!

  6. That was a non-realistic view of installing double doors. I'm sure they try to oversimplify it so more people think it's easier than it is. Most door openings aren't square or level and even if you made your own openings the dimensional lumber you get from the big box stores the lumber is pathetic at best. So you won't end up with a precise square and level opening.

  7. Does anyone know when I’m preparing the cut out 72×80 steel French doors. I have two plates 2x4s still part of new framing. Do I cut both out or leave one for the Threshold? Any comments??

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