Flush Door Jambs and Hidden Hinges

Flush Door Jambs

Modern details like flush doors have been included in original Mid Century Modern construction, but have improved over the years. If you have the luxury of replacing the entire jamb and willing to refinish drywall, you can opt to use a new flush door jamb using hidden hinges. The not only provides for a sleek finish, but these modern assemblies can allow for complete 180 degree action.

EZYJamb is a split-type door jamb manufactured from cold rolled steel to produce a strong and secure assembly.

The EZYJamb Classic Adjust EZC, comes with perforated sides for flush finishing which produces a contemporary flush finish door jamb with clean lines and inconspicuous detail.

The completed jamb is flush finished and can be painted in with the whole wall area to fully conceal any fixing, achieving simple clean lines around the door face. 

The incorporation of reinforced edges overcomes the continual damage door jambs are subjected to by normal everyday use.

The unique design of EZYJamb combines visual appeal, strength and versatility.

The door, itself, will need concealed or hidden hinges, that will be mortised using a proprietary jig supplied by the hinge manufacturer, so it would be advised to have your carpenter source the plank door, hinge, jig, and door jamb products they are comfortable using.

 This door allows for 180 degree action, which in this case was required to offer the hall bathroom an outswing, while folding out of the way for someone passing by. 

This door allows for 180 degree action, which in this case was required to offer the hall bathroom an outswing, while folding out of the way for someone passing by. 

 

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