extension jamb

extension jamb

[ik′sten·chən ‚jam]
(building construction)
A jamb that extends past the head of a door or window.
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He set each extension jamb in a bead of caulk, and fastened them with through nails.
Use a wood shim to loosely stuff fiberglass insulation into the thin space between the extension jamb and rough opening.
Measure the combined thickness of your wall studs, exterior sheathing and drywall or other interior wall surface to determine the proper depth of your window's extension jamb (Photo 8).
Beyond color options, FiberFrame offers oak veneer interiors, a variety of grille, grid, and simulated divided lites, several die cast lock and lift handles, extension jambs, and more.
Include new extension jambs, insulation, casing, and window blinds.
If your walls are thicker, as in our case, you'll have to add extension jambs (Photo 12).
12 If you need extension jambs, rip them to width and then shim and nail them into place, leaving a 1/8-in.
"On the profile wrapping side, we have door stops, door jambs, window extension jambs, door components and specialty products for the OEM market.
* 4 9/16" or 6 9/16" Factory-Applied Wood Extension Jambs
* 4 9/16" or 6 9/16 Factory--Applied Wood Extension Jambs
Silver Line's extensive product line offers labor saving features such as an integral "J" channel, factory applied extension jambs and a continuous mainframe of twin and triple units.
"A lot of profile wrappers are doing what I call commodity work -- flat door jambs, window extension jambs, high-volume standard work," said Dimke.