We have a 70 yr old colonial (all brick) and the exterior door sizes are odd and we're learning it's difficult to find new doors to fit our oddly sized doorways.
For instance, our front door measures 34.5". All the doors we find, or at least like, are 36". Is there any way to easily and inexpensively(without masonry being involved) make the door frame a little bigger to accomodate a 36" width door? Height is not an issue it's just the width.
For our 30" kitchen door the only doors I could find that we liked were from a place that salvages building supplies. Luckily, they had a lot of antique 30" doors with windows. But have not had the same luck with our front 34.5" door.
We have 2 very skilled carpenters working on our home but wanted to ask the question on the forum first.
Thanks for any advice or suggestions.