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408

INTERIOR HOLLOW CORE DOOR

Install a new hollow core interior door. The door shall be a standard 6' 8" height and 1⅜" thickness unless otherwise specified. It shall have spacers to maintain internal stability within the door. The door is to have an appropriate knob. All bath and toilet compartment doors shall be provided with a lock-in knob. Adjust all hardware so door works properly and finish all six sides with at least two (2) coats of paint or stain and two coats of varnish. Any finish to be sanded between coats. The door shall be cut for

length and blocked and glued for strength.

409

PRE-HUNG INTERIOR HOLLOW CORE DOOR

Install a new pre-hung hollow core interior door unit. It shall have spacers to maintain internal stability within the door. The door is to have an appropriate knob. All bath and toilet compartment doors shall be provided with a lock-in knob. Adjust all hardware so door works properly and finish all six sides with at least two (2) coats of paint or stain and two coats of varnish. Any finish to be sanded between coats. The

door shall be cut for length and blocked and glued for strength.

410

REHANG DOOR

Re-hang existing door(s). Restore to smooth operating condition.

Replace hardware to assure a proper

and secure fit.

500

CARPENTRY (INTERIOR/EXTERIOR)

501

WROUGHT IRON GUARD/HANDRAILS

Install wrought iron guard/handrails. Use 1¼" wrought iron railing constructed of ½" balusters with a clear space between of no more than 4". Newel posts will be 1¼" square. All fittings will be fastened with aluminum bolts and will fit securely. Height of the rails will be 34-38" for rails at steps and 34-38" for rails at plat forms. Concrete steps will have railings anchored with steel bolts. Apply at least one coat

of metal paint to installed rails.

502

WROUGHT IRON COLUMNS

Install porch columns constructed of 1¼" tubular steel.

Corner and flat iron columns shall be of

sufficient strength to carry required load. Columns to be plumb and resting on sound plates. Attach to

floor and ceiling with approved flanges.

503

INTERIOR STAIR REPAIR

Re-secure all loose, springy or squeaking treads, risers and stringers. Glue, nail and/or shim as necessary.

Restore to a tight, sound and safe condition.

504

BASEMENT STAIRS REPLACEMENT

Remove old basement stairs and haul from the job site. Install new basement stairs that have risers no more than 7 ¾" high. All risers equal must be equal. Treads should be no less than 10" wide and all equal. Risers should be constructed of ¾" pine or equal. Treads will be 1½" thick, #2 or better lumber or approved preformed step material. Stringers will be #2 or better 2 x 12. Stringers will rest on concrete. Headroom should be at least 6' 8" at all treads. Length and width of landings should be no less than the width of the stairs. All work should conform to all applicable codes. Variances to be approved by

building inspector prior to commencement of stair construction.

505

HANDRAILS/GUARDRAILS

Standard wood milled stock material shall be used unless specified otherwise. Standard brackets shall be

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