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Hollywood - Double Flat | Clearance

Hollywood - Double Flat | Clearance
Hollywood - Double Flat | Clearance
Hollywood - Double Flat | Clearance

Clearance doors are sold as is with no warranty. No returns or exchanges. Lock in photograph is the Weslock Elegance - Woodward 1. Lock sold separately.

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Hollywood - Double Flat

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WHAT'S INCLUDED? DETAIL & SPEC

Door Thickness: 2” 

2" Door Thickness

Jamb

Jamb is included and packaged separately from the door.  Jamb is constructed with 12 gauge tube (above industry standard).   Polyurethane Foam Core is filled in the jamb for greater insulation.   

THRESHOLD

Steel threshold is included and it comes welded on the jamb.

In Swing Threshold:

  • Thickness or height from the back interior side:  1 1/8”
  • Thickness or height from the front exterior side: 1/2”
  • Width or Depth:  6” 

 

In Swing

 

Out Swing Threshold:

  • Thickness or height from the back interior side:  1 1/4”
  • Thickness or height from the front exterior side: 1/2”
  • Width or Depth:  6”

Outswing

 

Brackets

Tabs come welded on jamb with pre drilled holes to allow for easy installation.

Tabs

 

Hinges

Steel weld on bullet hinges with grease fittings come welded on jamb and door.  Allows customers to comfortably open our doors, but yet feel that quality with each and every use.  We use welded steel bullet hinge with copper crush washer instead of a ball bearing hinge because ball bearings are made out of stainless steel (hard material) and the hinges/doors are made out of steel (softer material) which over time causes the hinge to wear. With copper crush washers, the washer is the soft point and they are easily replaceable over time if needed.     

 

Glass

Tempered dual pane glass.  There is a spacer in between each 1/4” thick glass that makes the total thickness of the tempered dual pane glass 5/8”.  Front exterior side glass is the design glass style you chose and back interior side glass is clear.  Customers may swap back glass for design glass with special orders only.

Glass Thickness

 

Weather Stripping

Dual foam weather stripping is included and comes installed around the door frame.  Designs with operable glass will have dual sealing around the glass.  The purpose is to help reduce air infiltration and water penetration.  The dual sealing around the glass allows for weather stripping on both sides of the glass.  The seal around the door frames help to reduce the leakage of air and heat, resulting in a much more energy efficient product for our customers.   

Window Stripping

 

Foam

Polyurethane foam core is filled in door frame and jamb to help reduce heat and cold weather transfer through the door.  It also helps to reduce outside sound transfer through the door. 

Foam

 

Rubber Door Sweeps

Door sweep located underneath the door is included and comes installed on door.  Bottom sweeps are used to help seal the gap at the bottom of your door to help prevent infiltration of sound, light, drafts, insects, moisture, smoke or fire.  The bottom sweep is a simple way to help in insulating a room, which provides cost and environmental benefits.

Rubber Door Sweeps

 

Flush Latch 

Included and pre-installed on all double door orders (Unless otherwise specified).  Our flush latch is installed on the upper and lower sections of the secondary door to allow both doors to open and operate while in the unlocked position.

Flush Latch

 

Protection

Galvanize spray is used to help provide greater protection against corrosion for the iron base.  Primer and paint is applied after the galvanizing process.  During sustained periods of extreme cold weather, typically well below freezing of 25 degrees, is a good starting point to start looking further into our thermal break doors is to avoid condensation on the interior of the iron door.

 

Packaging

Carefully packaged, wrapped in foam, covered in cardboard, trunk wrapped and shipped with style from Los Angeles. 

 

Customer Service

Our customer service does not stop at the point of sale. At Pinky’s Iron Doors, customer satisfaction is our number one priority.  We strive to provide our clients with superior service, quality and communication.  Our team members will always be here to help answer any questions to ensure a smooth and rewarding experience.

 

Not included 

Installation of door and locks. Locks are sold separately and can be purchased directly from our website.

 

Weight

 Double Door Sizes Approx. Weight (lbs)
61" x 81" 620
65" x 81" 760
72" x 81" 810
62" x 96" 820
65" x 96" 850
72" x 96" 864
74" x 97.5" 900
72" x 108" 960
74" x 110" 1000
74" x 120" 1060
72" x 132" 1188
74" x 132"  1221

Have your double iron door reflect the sleek, and contemporary feel of the City of Angels. The beautiful Hollywood Hills estates inspired this simplistic and unique double entry iron door design. With clean lines and just the right amount of detail, our Hollywood metal door is certainly a design fit for the stars. Add a fresh and innovative look to your home by giving it a little taste of Hollywood.

The Hollywood is fabricated with industry above standard 12 gauge material. The doors are 2” inches thick, include a steel threshold, and bullet hinges with grease fittings welded on the frame. To allow for easy installation, we have tabs with pre drilled holes welded on the jamb. In order to produce an energy efficient product for our customers our 5/8” tempered dual pane operable glass designs encompass dual sealing which helps reduce both heat and air leakage. Additionally, we include Polyurethane dual foam weather stripping inside each frame, helping reduce hot and cold weather transfer. To help prevent infiltration of sound, light, drafts, insects, moisture, smoke or fire a door sweep is included, and installed at the bottom of your door to help seal gaps.

All Locks

BORE HOLE - LOCK SPEC

If you choose to purchase your hardware/lockset from a third party vendor, please make sure to provide them with the following specifications to ensure that your desired lockset will be compatible with our doors.

 Bore hole size:
2 1/8”
Back set:
2 3/4”
Center to center:
5 1/2”
Door thickness: 2"

  

  • In stock single doors come with two pre drilled bore holes (one active lock needed) unless if otherwise specified.
  • In stock double doors come with two pre drilled bore holes on each door (one active lock and one dummy lock needed) unless if otherwise specified.
  • Locks purchased from Pinky’s Iron Doors do not come installed on door upon delivery or shipment.  The reason for this is that it may get damage during the delivery or shipment process.  The installer will need to install the lock after the door installation is complete.

 

Bore Hole: 

A bore hole is the doorknob hole  that is drilled on the face of the door with a hole saw.  The hole is drilled halfway through from each side.  The hole saw is also used to drill the cross bore otherwise known as the latch hole.  Both doorknob hole and latch holes come completed and drilled with every in stock order to help your installer install the lock at ease.

 

Center to Center:

The vertical distance measured between the center-points of the two bore holes.  In other words, it is the measurement from the middle of the top bore hole to the middle of the bottom bore hole.  This measurement is used to determine where a bore for the deadbolt is located above the bore for the latch.  This information is important to help our customers purchase the correct compatible lock if you choose to purchase them from an outside hardware store.  We have already done the homework for you by specifying the Pinky’s locks that are compatible with your door if you choose to purchase the locks from Pinky’s Iron Doors.

 

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Back Set:

The backset is the distance from the edge of the door to the center of the 2-1/8” bore hole.  The back set measurement is important to help our customers purchase the correct compatible lock with the correct latch size.  We have already done the homework for you by specifying the Pinky’s locks that are compatible with your door if you choose to purchase the locks from Pinky’s Iron Doors.  Our customers do not have to purchase the locks from Pinky’s, you may purchase the locks from any local hardware store of your liking.

 

Door Thickness

 

TIMELINE

In stock will ship within 24 to 48 hours from Los Angeles, California.

Pre-sale will ship within 5 to 6 weeks from Los Angeles, California.

Timeline

Special Orders will ship within 12 to 15 weeks from Los Angeles, California.

HOW OUR PRODUCTS ARE MEASURED

Our sizes are measured from outside of jamb to the outside of the jamb. For example, a 72” x 96” door listed on our website means that 72” is the width from outside to outside of jamb (not the actual width size of the door) and 96” is the height from outside of jamb to bottom of our built in steel threshold (not the actual height of the door).

We recommend the rough opening of the WIDTH to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

We recommend the rough opening of the HEIGHT to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

ROUGH OPENING

Our sizes are measured from outside of jamb to the outside of the jamb. For example, a 72” x 96” iron door listed on our website means that 72” is the width from outside to outside of jamb (not the actual width size of the door) and 96” is the height from outside of jamb to bottom of our built in threshold (not the actual height of the door)

We recommend the rough opening of the WIDTH to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

We recommend the rough opening of the HEIGHT to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

SWING OPTIONS

(RHI) Right hand in swing:  You are facing the door standing outside, exterior side, of the door.  The handle or lock will be on your left side, the hinges will be on the interior right side of the door and the door will swing towards the inside from left to right.  When the door is at its open position, the door will be resting on the right interior side.

(LHI) Left hand in swing:  You are facing the door standing outside, exterior side, of the door.  The handle or lock will be on your right side, the hinges will be on the interior left side of the door and the door will swing towards the inside from right to left.  When the door is at its open position, the door will be resting on the left interior side.

(RHO) Right hand out swing:  You are facing the door standing outside, exterior side, of the door.  The handle or lock will be on your left side, the hinges will be on the exterior right side of the door and the door will swing towards the outside from left to right.  When the door is at its open position, the door will be resting on the right exterior side.

(LHO) Left hand out swing:  You are facing the door standing outside, exterior side, of the door.  The handle or lock will be on your right side, the hinges will be on the exterior left side of the door and the door will swing towards the outside from right to left.  When the door is at its open position, the door will be resting on the left exterior side.

Swing Explanation Video


Swing Capacity Capability

Swing Capacity:  180 degrees

This measurement shows the amount in degrees the hinge of the door allows for the door to fully open. Please note, every project site is different and this is solely dependent on nothing on site blocking the opening space of the door and the installation method your installer chooses to install the product.  Please advise your installer before the installation day if you are in need of the door taking advantage of its full opening capability.

Low E

  • U VALUE: 0.32
  • SHGC: 0.33

Low-E

 

  • Completely see-through glass design
  • It has mirror glass affect depending on sun angle

 

Visible Light (%)

 

 

Solar Energy (%)

 

U Value 
Winter

U Value
Summer

Shading 
Coefficient

SHGC

Trans

Reflect Out

Reflect In

Trans

Reflect Out

Reflect In

Btu

Btu

 

 

44

31

14

28

32

26

0.32

0.32

0.38

0.33

The actual performance data of products may slightly differ from the data listed.

 

Low-E Diagram

Frost/Sandblast

Frost/Sandblast

Flemish

Flemish

Rain

Rain

Aquatex

Aquatex

Rainbow

Rainbow

Ford Blue

Ford Blue

Watercube

Watercube

 

GLASS INFORMATION

What type of Glass do we use? 

5/8” Dual Pane Tempered Glass.

What is Tempered Glass? 

Tempered glass is defined as toughened glass that has been treated by heat or chemicals to increase its strength. Tempered glass is about four times stronger than "ordinary," or annealed, glass. And unlike annealed glass, which can shatter into jagged shards when broken, tempered glass fractures into small, relatively harmless pieces.  Tempered glass has many benefits and uses which makes it a popular glass used in many home and commercial building projects.

Benefits of Tempered Glass?

The most important benefit of tempered glass is safety. Tempered glass reduces the risk of injury due to its nature of breaking into small, circular pieces instead of sharp, jagged shards. 

Another benefit of tempered glass doors is ease of clean-up if they ever do break. As mentioned above, tempered glass breaks into small fragments instead of large, jagged pieces. This allows you to simply sweep up the glass instead of having to carefully pick up sharp pieces. The small glass pebbles of tempered glass can also be vacuumed to ensure all pieces have been cleaned up.  

A final benefit of tempered glass is its strength. Because the process of heating and applying chemicals strengthens the glass, tempered glass is an excellent choice for doors and any other projects where maximum durability is desirable.

What is Dual Pane Glass?

Insulating glass (IG), more commonly known as double glazing (or double-pane), consists of two glass panes separated to help reduce heat transfer across a part of the building envelope.

Benefits of Dual Pane Glass?

Double-paned doors have two sheets of glass in a door frame instead of just one. Between the glass panes is a small space to provide insulation. The small space between window panes is filled with insulating gas to further increase insulation.

What is the Glass Size?

Front exterior side glass is the design glass style you chose and back interior side glass is clear.  Each tempered dual pane glass is 1/4” thick.  Tempered dual pane glass (including the spacer in between the two glasses) is a total of 5/8” in thickness. The dual glass comes installed on the door.

What is Low-e Glass?

The “e” in Low-E stands for emissivity - the ability to emit radiant energy.  Low emissivity or Low E glass is a coating of microscopically thin metal layers deposited on a door glass surface to keep the heat on the same side of the glass from which it originated.

The Benefits of Low-E Glass

  • Improved Energy Efficiency:  In addition to reducing heat loss during winter months, low-e glass also reduces heat gain during the air-conditioning season.
  • Less UV Damage: By blocking most ultraviolet (UV) radiation, low-e glass helps protect fabrics, leather, carpeting, artwork and finishes from the fading effects of sunlight.
  • Reduced Condensation: Condensation on door glass can be a problem during the heating season, as warm air comes into contact with cold door glass and gives up its moisture, forming water droplets on the glass surface. Low-e glass will minimize or eliminate this unwanted condensation.

Oil Rubbed Bronze

Oil Rubbed Bronze

Black

Black

Heavy Bronze

Heavy Bronze

Pewter

Pewter

Silver Pewter

Silver Pewter

 

FINISH

  • We use automotive paint to coat our doors.
  • Galvanize spray is used to help provide greater protection against corrosion for the iron base.  Primer and automotive paint is applied after the galvanizing spray process.

JAMB

  • Jamb is included and packaged separately from the door. 
  • Jamb is constructed with 12 gauge tube (above industry standard).   

Door Stripping

Polyurethane Foam Core is filled in the jamb for greater insulation. 

Foam Core

Threshold: Steel threshold is included and it comes welded on the jamb.

In Swing Threshold:

  • Thickness or height from the back interior side:  1 1/8”
  • Thickness or height from the front exterior side: 1/2”
  • Width or Depth:  6” 

In Swing

 

Out Swing Threshold:

  • Thickness or height from the back interior side:  1 1/4”
  • Thickness or height from the front exterior side: 1/2”
  • Width or Depth:  6”

Outswing

 

Brackets:  Tabs come welded on jamb with pre drilled holes to allow for easy installation.

Tabs

Hinges: Steel weld on bullet hinges with grease fittings come welded on jamb and door.  Allows customers to comfortably open our doors, but yet feel that quality with each and every use.  We use welded steel bullet hinge with copper crush washer instead of a ball bearing hinge because ball bearings are made out of stainless steel (hard material) and the hinges/doors are made out of steel (softer material) which over time causes the hinge to wear. With copper crush washers, the washer is the soft point and they are easily replaceable over time if needed. 

 

REMOVABLE BUG SCREEN

 

SEE IT IN ACTION

Interior Knob Shape

 Round Oval

Round

Round

WHICH LOCK SET DO I NEED?

If you are ordering a single door - you only need (1) Active Lock.

If you are ordering a double door - you need (1) Active Lock & (1) Dummy Lock. 

Active & Dummy Locks

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN ACTIVE LOCK AND A DUMMY LOCK?

Double Doors

  • Requires an Active lock, which is your locking hardware, to be installed on your active or door used most often. 
  • Requires a Dummy lock,  which has no mechanical latch mechanism, to be installed on the secondary door.
  • Dummy locks do not function - the main purpose of a dummy lock is for esthetics purposes only.

Single Doors

  • Requires an Active lock only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

DO YOU SHIP TO ALL 50 STATES?

YES.  WE SHIP NATIONWIDE.

WHAT FORM(S) OF SHIPPING DO YOU USE?

MOST OF OUR DOORS ARE SHIPPED VIA LTL (LESS-THAN-TRUCKLOAD) FREIGHT. EACH ORDER IS PALLETIZED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE SIZE OF THE DOOR. 

HOW LONG DO SHIPMENTS TAKE TO GET TO MY LOCATION?

FOR LTL SHIPMENTS, TRANSIT TIME IS BETWEEN 2-7 DAYS TO GET TO THEIR DESTINATION TERMINAL, DEPENDING ON THE DESTINATION. ONCE IT HAS ARRIVED, THE CARRIER WILL CALL WITHIN A DAY OR TWO TO SET UP A DELIVERY DATE AND TIME WITH YOU DIRECTLY. FOR FLATBED SHIPMENTS, TRANSIT TIME VARIES BASED ON DESTINATION, AND WILL BE ANYWHERE FROM 1-6 DAYS. THE DRIVER WILL CONTACT YOU 24 HOURS BEFORE ARRIVAL.

HOW DO LTL DELIVERIES WORK?

FOR AN LTL DELIVERY, ONCE THE PALLET GETS PICKED UP, YOU WILL GET UPDATES FROM THE CARRIER AS IT MOVES THROUGH EACH TERMINAL. ONCE IT ARRIVES AT THE DESTINATION TERMINAL, THE CARRIER WILL CONTACT YOU WITHIN A COUPLE OF DAYS TO SCHEDULE A DELIVERY DATE AND TIME. ONCE A DATE IS SECURED, IT IS NECESSARY TO HAVE AT MINIMUM 2 TO 3 ABLE BODIED PERSONS TO HELP DISMANTLE THE PALLET FROM CURBSIDE ONCE DROPPED VIA LIFT GATE TO THE CURB. IN SOME INSTANCES, ESPECIALLY FOR LARGER SIZED DOORS, THE PALLET MAY NOT BE ABLE TO BE DROPPED WITH THE LIFT GATE BECAUSE OF SIZE AND OVERHANG REGULATIONS. IN THESE INSTANCES, IT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR YOU TO DISMANTLE THE PALLET WHILE STILL IN THE BOX TRUCK. TO DO SO ONLY REQUIRES A STANDARD #2 PHILLIPS SCREW BIT AND A CORDLESS DRILL.

HOW DO FLATBED DELIVERIES WORK?

WHEN ORDERING MULTIPLE DOORS THAT WOULD TYPICALLY REQUIRE MORE THAN 2 PALLETS WHEN SHIPPING VIA LTL FREIGHT, A FLATBED MAY BE THE REQUIRED FORM OF SHIPMENT. WITH FLATBED ORDERS, A PINKY’S REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE CONTACTING YOU VIA PHONE TO DISCUSS THE PROCESS BEFORE HAVING THE ORDER PICKED UP. ONCE PINKY’S GETS THE OK FROM YOU, THE CUSTOMER, TO PUT YOUR LOAD UP FOR BID, THE ORDER WILL TAKE ANYWHERE BETWEEN 1-4 DAYS (SOMETIMES MORE DEPENDING ON DESTINATION AND SIZING) TO GET PICKED UP FROM OUR WAREHOUSE. ONCE PICKED UP, THE FLATBED DRIVER WILL CONTACT YOU 24 HOURS OUT FROM DELIVERY. THERE IS NO SET DATE/TIME FOR FLATBED DELIVERIES. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE THERE FOR OFFLOAD AT THE TIME THE DRIVER ARRIVES. YOU WILL HAVE 30-45 MINUTES TO OFFLOAD YOUR ORDER. MOST OF OUR DOORS REQUIRE 2-3 (SOMETIMES 4) ABLE BODIED PERSONS TO LIFT AND REMOVE DOORS AND FRAMES FROM THE FLATBED. FOR LARGER ORDERS, PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE MORE MANPOWER IN ORDER TO OFFLOAD WITHIN THE TIME LIMITS. PINKY’S IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY CHARGES THAT MAY OCCUR DUE TO NON ADHERENCE TO THE ABOVE INFORMATION.

HOW MUCH DO YOUR SINGLE DOORS WEIGH?

APPROX. WEIGHT IN (LBS)

30” x 81” = 300 LBS

32" x 81" = 325 LBS

36” x 81” = 365 LBS

36" x 84" = 395 LBS

40” x 81” = 405 LBS

36” x 96” = 432 LBS

40” x 96” = 480 LBS

42” x 96” = 504 LBS

46” x 97.5” = 561 LBS

49” x 103” = 600 LBS

42” x 108” = 600 LBS

HOW MUCH DO YOUR DOUBLE DOORS WEIGH?

APPROX. WEIGHT IN (LBS)

61” x 81” = 620 LBS

62" x 84" = 745 LBS

65” x 81” = 760 LBS

71" x 95" = 855 LBS

72” x 81” = 810 LBS

72" x 120" = 1040 LBS

74" x 96" = 885 LBS

62” x 96” = 820 LBS

65” x 96” = 850 LBS

72” x 96” = 864 LBS

74” x 97.5” = 900 LBS

72” x 108” = 960 LBS

74” x 110” = 1,000 LBS

74” x 120” = 1,060 LBS

72” x 132” = 1,188 LBS

74” x 132” = 1,221 LBS