Interior Blank Jamb Leg (Stain Grade Poplar)
Jamb leg for interior doors. Comes "blank" or without any hinge or lock prep so that it can be routed out at the job site for hinges or lock strike as needed. Stain grade poplar can be stained or painted to match your desired look. Solid poplar in double rabbeted construction means the stop is built into the jamb (rather than applied separately), providing unparalleled durability, stability, and ease of installation.
- Designed for interior doors 1 3/8" or 1 3/4" thick
- Length: 81 3/4"
- Perfect for 80.0" interior doors while still leaving clearance for carpet, can also be easily trimmed shorter off bottom as needed
- Depth: 4 9/16"
- Standard depth jambs for use with typical (2x4) construction
- Thickness: 1 1/8" including stop, 11/16" thick not including stop
Handing & Prep:
- Select Right or Left Hand side:
- Stand in the room that the door swings into -- if you need the jamb on the right hand side select "right hand" and alternatively if you need the jamb on the left hand side select "left hand"
- Prep specifications:
- Blank prep jambs can be used for custom hinge or lock prep
- Notched out for head jamb (sold separately)
- Solid poplar construction
- Stain grade wood - perfect for painting or staining
Stain grade poplar with rich grain, durability, and longevity. Resists rot, twisting, warping, cracking while lasting for years of continued operation. Combine this with a wood that is easy to work with a chisel or trim with a saw and you have the ideal wood for framing the doors in your home.
This wood takes paint (oil-based or latex) extremely well.
While paint looks good on poplar, you can make it look like more expensive, fine-grained woods by staining. We recommend gel stains for ease of application and beautiful results.
Quickly assembly a new premium door frame by nailing leg jambs together with our poplar interior door head jambs. We recommend 1.5" brad nails.
Poplar is a great wood to work with and can be easily shaped or trimmed to retrofit in an existing frame or used in new construction to quickly correct any slight alignment issues.