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I've been searching for the name of the part at the bottom of this door that's protruding outwards and diagonally on the sides, can anyone shed any light on this? I can't find the right term for it and it's exactly what I need to get

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  • Just looks like a piece of decorative trim, possibly covering a floor sweep. – keshlam Nov 15 '15 at 1:33
  • It's a molding. – Tyler Durden Nov 15 '15 at 1:43
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It is a drip edge, it is usually applied on the outside face of a door that swings out. I have seen them on inswing doors too

There is no specific piece of molding for it in wood, but you can buy a metal door bottom with a sweep that has one integrated in with it. The ones of wood are simply a piece of molding or even flat stock with a sloped top attached to the face of the door at the bottom to direct the rain water over the threshold better

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