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  1. Pry off the toekick (the exterior board below the threshold), and probe the wood underneath for signs of decay. Replace any rotten wood you find, and spray it all with a borate solution like Bora-Care to prevent rot and repel termites. Step 5: Install the Rubber Seal Photo by Reena Bammi

    • Mark Feirer
  2. The first task of exterior door threshold replacement is to remove the existing threshold from your door and prepare the area for the new one. These steps show how to remove a door threshold from an exterior door. Cut the old threshold with a back saw or a reciprocating saw.

  3. Rot-resistant frames only delay the inevitable. Composite frames are flimsy. When choosing your exterior door frame, why limit yourself? FrameSaver delivers all the benefits of wood and composite without limitations. FrameSaver vs. Wood: Wood frames wick water, swell, mold and rot.

  4. To Remove and Replace a Door Sill: Pull the rubber gasket out of the grooves on the metal threshold. Remove the screws holding the metal threshold in place. Cut the rotten door sill into pieces using an oscillating tool or circular saw. Remove the old door sill from beneath the door frame.

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  6. Replace the threshold of an exterior door when it shows signs of rot or deterioration. Rotten wooden casings and the riser may need to be replaced as well. Show more Show more 2 months...

    • Feb 27, 2017
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