Doorknobs are infamous for poorly scarring wood partitions and punching holes in sheetrock walls. Children aren’t the only culprits; grownups open and also neglect a door with pressure that is too much. Repairing a wall is time consuming and costly, and you donât want the new wall to experience the same injury in the doorknob as the prior one. You don’t require tools or carpentry skills to install a door-stop, which is generally.
Open the door to the idea where you want it to quit. The door-knob is around 2″ in the wall.
Place a pencil and mark that spot on the ground.
Measure 2″ in the pencil mark toward the hinges within the door.
Make another pencil mark 1-inch away, toward the swing of the door when opening.
Hammer the suggestion of the awl you made on the ground. The diameter of the wood screw should not be smaller than the awl.
Screw the door-stop, using the rubber pad facing to the ground with all the wood screws, toward the door.