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Can I cut the bottom of my aluminum door?
I bought 2 pre-hung exterior doors for my house. The back door turned out to be a project because the outside stoop (concrete) was built into the the door way. This posed a problem because the sash that was already there (oak) was my only option rather the using the nice aluminum one already built into the door, I had to cut the frame of my door down about 3/4″. Then I had to rip the existing oak sash down to about 1/2-2/3 it’s original thickness. The door works fine but I will have to do this to my front door too because it too has the concrete built in stoop. So what I would like to do is use the method I’ve used in the past to fit a pre-hung interior door into a existing open that is slightly shorter; and that is to cut the whole thing down (frame and door). But can I do this with my aluminum door, what kind of saw/blade would i use? I know I can remove the sash then reinstall. I’d hate to do a hack job but want to use the sash that comes with it.
Suggestion by morbidsmindtrip
you can use a skill saw with the blade turned backward on the saw. or u can use a fine metal blade and a straight edge jig for your jig saw or u could try a fine metal blade with a straight edge jig on your sawzall but be sure the blade is fairly short.
Suggestion by william v
I`m a little cofused as to what exactly your trying to accomplish, but all I can tell you about blade choices is try a blade that is carbide tipped. This will cut aluminum very well and cleanly. Just don`t force it. Take your time and it will cut very nicely.
Suggestion by woodtick314
I’m guessing your door is not aluminum, it’s steel. They don’t use aluminum for entry doors because it’s too soft. There are several ways to cut a steel door. Your best bet is to use a jigsaw with a fine metal blade. As long as you keep the speed relatively slow, your blade should stay square. If necessary, cut again from the other side of the door to straighten that edge. You can clean the cut up with a file. I wouldn’t recommend using a circular saw, as the other posters stated. As the blade turns, it will tear out the top surface of the door, leaving a mess to clean up. Hope this helps.