Rusted Metal Door Frames

The rusting of metal door frames is one of the most common conditions found in frames exposed to outside weather conditions or chemicals such as cleaning solvents or de-icing salts. Rusting of these metal frames is observed most often at the lower ends of the frame jambs, and most widely described as a rusted or corroded door jamb. A common misconception about the rusting of these frames is that they rust from outside of the door frame to the inside. In fact, just the opposite is true. The frame eventually rusts from the inside through to the outside.

Broken Commercial Door Frames

Commercial door frames are designed to provide years of dependable service. Properly maintained, these systems can be expected to provide more than 10 years of service life.

Unfortunately, these same frames are subject to degradation from numerous conditions including corrosive decay, attempted forced entry and impact from the people and materials passing through them. In the most severe cases, it is possible a frame can weaken and break along its perimeter.

Jamb Patch & Jamb Anchor Solutions

The Jamb Patch door jamb repair kit is used to repair steel door frames that have rusted or become damaged due to impact or forced entry, and the Jamb Anchor door jamb repair kit is used to repair aluminum door frames that have lost integrity through forced entry or corrosive attack. Both allow you to do repairs yourself, saving money and extending the life of your door.

The patented Jamb Patch and Jamb Anchor products are used to repair metal door frames that have rusted or corroded in the exterior or interior of your building. Contact us to learn more about our patented door jamb repair kits.