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Question DetailsAsked on 5/24/2017

I have a door frame that was scratched and chewed on by my dogs when they were sequestered in the bathroom. I

It is not the trim work, that has been replaced, but the frame itself has been pretty much disfigured. It needs to be replaced. What is the cost of removing and replacing a door frame.

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Here are a couple of previous similar questions with answers - andlinks to a bunch of other related questions which should pretty well answer your question. Note a quick and dirty fix, though unless painted (as opposed to stained) will not exactly match, is wood dough sanded to match then painted/stained. Putting a hardwood veneer over the entire frame surface (typically entire frame, to match) also can work well - not a 'high end" solution but can be cheaper than removing and refinishing or repairing or replacing a hardwood door. If not hardwood, many times replacing it with a cheap door (and sometimes even with hardwood), is cheaper than a repair because of the labor involved - a good door replacement man can totally replace a door and put on new prefinished trim in an hour or two.

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