Looking for 40" door threshold
August 21, 2006 7:52 AM   Subscribe

I'm looking for door shoe/sweep/threshold that is 40" wide, a standard door is 36" so I'm not having much luck. Anybody know where I could get such a thing (online preferably)
posted by zeoslap to Shopping (8 answers total)
 
I presume you already have a frame; it didn't come with the shoe?

You may have to go to a millwork company (that seems to be the keyword) and have them make you one.
posted by baylink at 8:08 AM on August 21, 2006


Industrial contractor suppliers may have what you are looking for. You might also call some salvage yards in your area, because they always have doors in the yard.
posted by parmanparman at 8:30 AM on August 21, 2006


It's the entry door of our house. The previous owners have a plastic 36" shoe on it, with another four inches of another shoe tacked on. Perhaps shoe is the wrong word to use, in England I'd call it a draft excluder, here it seems to be called a shoe (according to the homedepot site anyway).
posted by zeoslap at 8:40 AM on August 21, 2006


Industrial Contractor Supplies was the keyword I needed. thanks. MSC Supply has exactly what I need
posted by zeoslap at 8:44 AM on August 21, 2006


Are you talking about a threshold, which attaches to the FLOOR where the door closes, or a door sweep, which attaches to the DOOR at the bottom? See this image.
posted by jeanmari at 8:51 AM on August 21, 2006


Since doorways that are wheelchair compatible are wider, perhaps a business that caters to wheelchair accessibility would also be of help? Maybe a look at your local phone book will get you going in the right direction.
posted by Leenie at 8:53 AM on August 21, 2006


It was the sweep I was after.
posted by zeoslap at 10:41 AM on August 21, 2006


Oh. Then, not what I said. :-)
posted by baylink at 10:44 AM on August 21, 2006


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