The exterior door comprises a moving part, the leaf, plus a frame. It provides access to and egress from the house.
Surface forming the bottom part of the door opening.
Sloped strip of wood allowing water to flow away from the door.
Level set of woodwork covering the doorway.
Level piece of wood at the top of the door.
Flat surface bordered by molding; it is often recessed.
Vertical part of the door on which the lock and doorknob are mounted.
Device mounted on the door allowing it to lock by using a key.
Device mounted on the door allowing it to open.
Level piece of wood at the bottom of the door.
Cylindrical metal part bent at an angle; it supports the door and allows it to swing.
Vertical part of the door to which the hinges are attached.
Long narrow panel placed horizontally.
Level piece of wood in the middle of the door.
Vertical piece of wood joining the top and lock rails.
Protruding part of a door’s framework on each side of the opening.
Protruding molding that rests horizontally across the entablature, protecting the parts beneath it from the rain.