Ways to Install Hatch Doors Basement
Hatch doors basement – allows an object to rotate freely on the hinge. This is useful for manufacturing a doorway through a fence. The door hinges are installed both on the door and the fence. The door then pivots on the hinge, which allows it to act as a door. Although they work in the same way as the cabinet hinges, door hinges are much more robust, can withstand more weight and require a different installation method. Place a door hinge on the side of the entrance, which adjoins the fence opening. Place it where you want. One option is to install the hinges at the same distance from the top and bottom of the door.
Slide the hatch doors basement over the post so that the hinge axis (center of the door hinge) is aligned with the edge of the fencing material. If the pivot shaft is too far from the door you can flush it in from the outside edge of the fence. If the pivot shaft is too far from the door it will project out beyond the fence. Mark the mounting holes in the post with a pencil. Drill a pilot hole with a 1/8 inch drill bit in each mark. Place the hinge in place and secure with the supplied screws. Repeat the previous process for the second hinge.
Put the hatch doors basement in position and lock it to the correct height with wooden blocks. Make sure it is level with lead. Slide the other side of the first hinge door again until it is flush with the door. Drill each pilot hole with a 1/8-inch drill bit and then secure with the screws provided. Repeat this procedure for the other door hinge. Remove the wooden blocks. The door hinges now hold your door in place. Finish the installation of the coupling mechanism, as indicated by the manufacturer’s instructions.