Interior doors (cont.) Based on hanging 1-3/8" hollow core doors in prepared openings. No locksets or casing included. See the sections that follow.
Set hinge on door and frame, panel or flush door, per hinge [view picture]
  Using jigs and router BC@.160 Ea — 5.89 5.89
  Using hand tools BC@.500 Ea — 18.40 18.40
  Add for French doors, per door BC@.250 Ea — 9.20 9.20
Lockset installation Set in either a solid core or hollow core door, includes setting the strike plate
Costs per lockset [view picture]
  Standard 2-1/8" bore, factory bored BC@.160 Ea — 5.89 5.89
  Standard 2-1/8" bore, site bored BC@1.00 Ea — 36.80 36.80
  Mortise type lockset, using a boring machine BC@1.50 Ea — 55.20 55.20
  Mortise type lockset, using hand tools BC@3.00 Ea — 110.00 110.00
Pocket door hardware
  Privacy latch BC@.500 Ea — 18.40 18.40
  Passage latch BC@.300 Ea — 11.00 11.00
  Edge pull BC@.300 Ea — 11.00 11.00
Setting door stop molding Set at the head and on two sides. Costs per opening
Panel or flush door BC@.250 Ea — 9.20 9.20
French door BC@.330 Ea — 12.10 12.10
Pocket door BC@.250 Ea — 9.20 9.20
Set casing around a framed opening Mitered or butted molding corners. Costs per opening, per side, using a pneumatic nail gun
Opening to 4' wide using casing to 2-1/4" wide [view picture] BC@.250 Ea — 9.20 9.20
Opening over 4' wide to 8' wide using casing up to 2-1/4" wide BC@.300 Ea — 11.00 11.00
Add for casing over 2-1/4" wide to 4" wide BC@.160 Ea — 5.89 5.89
Add for block and plinth door casing BC@.300 Ea — 11.00 11.00
Add for hand nailing BC@.275 Ea — 10.10 10.10
Window trim Based on trim set around prepared openings. Costs per window opening on square windows. Extra tall or extra wide windows will cost more.
Extension jambs cut, assembled, shimmed and installed [view picture]
  Up to 3/4" thick, 3 or 4 sides, per window BC@.330 Ea — 12.10 12.10
  Over 3/4" thick, per LF of extension jamb BC@.100 LF — 3.68 3.68
Window stool
  Set to sheetrock wraps nailed directly on framing BC@.500 Ea — 18.40 18.40
  When stool has to be shimmed up from framing
  Add per LF of stool BC@.050 LF — 1.84 1.84
  Stool set to wooden jambs, per opening BC@.400 Ea — 14.70 14.70
    When stool has to be shimmed up from jambs
  Add per LF of stool BC@.050 LF — 1.84 1.84
Add for mitered returns on horns Per opening BC@.500 Ea — 18.40 18.40
Window apron molding without mitered returns Per opening BC@.160 Ea — 5.89 5.89
Window apron molding with mitered returns Per opening BC@.320 Ea — 11.80 11.80

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