The finish boards at the sides of a doorway or window which cover the rough opening.
The upright framing on each side of the door opening. When wood jambs are specified, the vertical track is mounted to the inside surface of the jamb and the stop molding is nailed to the side surface within the opening. For steel jambs, see Reverse Angle Mounting. For wood or masonry jambs, see Bracket Mounted Track and Angle Mounted Track.
The window or door piece where items are hinged.
The window frame members that compose the top, sides, and bottom (sill) of a unit.
The top and sides of a door, window, or other opening. Includes studs as well as the frame and trim.
Side jambs are the vertical pieces of a window frame. The head jamb is the horizontal piece across the top of a window frame.
The wood that surrounds the door unit. This is your frame to which the door unit (door, doors, and/or doors and sidelights) is attached.
the sides of an archway, doorway, window, or other opening.
The vertical sides of a window frame.
Between the casings on insides of the doorway. Some with grooves are for use with a piece of weather stripping. There are both exterior & interior types of jambs.
The sides of a door or window frame.
The finish side or vertical surface in the opening in a wall. In particular we refer to door and window jambs. The door or window hinges are attached to the jamb.
The sides of an opening through a wall.
The jambs are the vertical pieces on either side of a door frame.