Framing

**rough opening**sizes are really quite simple. So, if you have a bedroom**door**that is 30″ wide (which is considered a 2/6 or 2′-6″**door**) just add 2″ to the width and frame it**32**″ wide. The height is 80″ (which is considered 6/8 or 6′-8″) add 2-1/2″ to the actual**door**height and frame it 82-1/2″ high.Beside this, are screen doors standard sizes?

Most

**standard**inside**door**frame widths are either 30 inches, 32 inches or 36 inches.**Standard**height measurements are 80 inches. When you have measurements that conform to these**standard sizes**, you can find a**screen door**that fits at home and garden stores.What are the different sizes of doors?

The standard size for an exterior door is

**80 inches by 36 inches**which is 6 ft,**8 inches**by 3 ft.**96 inches**or 8 ft. is now very common for newer homes and stock exterior doors are also commonly available in 30 and 32-inch widths.How do you measure the rough opening for a door?

**Measure your old door**

- Door size. Measure the width and height of your old door.
- Jamb width. Measure from the backside of the interior trim to the backside of the exterior trim (Figure A).
- Rough opening.
- Exterior opening (or “masonry opening” if you have a brick or stone door surround).