New Shaker Sticking Profile by Simpson Door Company

by Ryan Banks January 15, 2015

Product Feature

New Shaker Sticking Profile
For 1 3/4" Doors

Shaker (square) sticking is one of the most popular door profiles today. The
clean lines and classic look fit a number of architectural styles from Craftsman
to Contemporary. In some environments, door professionals have been wary
of installing a door with shaker sticking in an exterior application for fear of
water pooling on the sticking surface. Simpson’s solution is shaker sticking,
with a gently sloped Waterfall™ profile.

This profile allows water to cascade off the sticking and away from the door.
And since the slope is moderate, it is hardly visible, resulting in a door that
looks as good as it performs.

This new profile comes standard on all 1¾” thick doors that feature ¾”
insulated glass (IG). All other doors with shaker sticking will continue to use
the Simpson standard square-shaped shaker sticking.

When prepping any type of shaker sticking for finishing, it is recommended
that the edge of the sticking be eased slightly with sandpaper, to better
encourage water runoff. For full care & finishing instructions, visit
simpsondoor.com/care-finishing/.

NEW SHAKER STICKING SPECIFICATIONS:

• Used on loose bead side of door
• Solid sticking side of door is true shaker (square profile)
• Standard shaker sticking profile for doors 1¾” thick with ¾” IG,
which includes:
- All exterior doors with design numbers 6000 and higher
- 4900 series doors 1¾” thick with ¾” IG
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Ryan Banks
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