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1 234 Figure 49. A typical graphic representation of door schedule below the table.

In a commercial or big project, door numbers are defined by the room numbers. Typically the door numbers are the same as the room number, or marked with an additional number or letter for a more complicated project. For instance, 100-1 or 100-A can be used for the first door in a room with the room number 100, 100-2 or 100-B for the second door, and so forth. More detailed information is necessary including door number, door type number, door opening size, door type, door material, door finish, frame type, frame material, frame finish, frame hardware, frame fire rating, and remarks (Figure 51).

Figure 50. Another type of door schedule for a small or residential project.

More complicated door schedules may contain the mark, number (quantity), door opening size (nominal), door type, door material, frame material, frame finish, and remarks (Figure 50).

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