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Hello. Yes, it is always possible to build in the existing door opening so that it will accept the smaller size uPVC door. I like to bring each side in by the same amount and then bring down the top, leaving the bottom as is. This will give you a uniform look. In otherwords it will look like it is supposed to.
If you can not find trim boards of the correct thickness to do this in stock, find a lumber yard than has the machine necessary to reduce the thickness of the boards for you [ a thickness planer]. Use finish nails to attach this "inner frame", in fact I recommend that you construct the inner frame of the three pieces and install it as a unit. Once you have done that you can install the uPVC door in the conventional manner. J.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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