Cooper makes a nice version of them. Those are the ones I put on my porch and in the closets. They are also water resistant for install in a shower. Didn’t realize they made ones with night lights. Might have to put them in and replace the ones in the kitchen which are the older can style mounts!
Shit.. one of my water heaters is leaking. my daughter noticed one of the drains leaking today outside the house.. sure enough, one of the water heater pans has 1.5" of water in it. They are almost 10 years old now and junk at this point. Will be calling tomorrow to get them replaced.
Got all of the interior doors on order on Friday. Lead time of 5 weeks.
36" is normal width for bedroom doors and will fit a wheelchair just fine. ADA width for a door is 32".I'm working on blueprints for the Barndo, I'm wanting to do oversize interior/exterior doors, in case we have elderly parents or family and/or ourselves become confined to a wheelchair, should I put 36in or 42in wide for interior doors?
thanks.36" is normal width for bedroom doors and will fit a wheelchair just fine. ADA width for a door is 32".
If you go with 42", it'll be overkill, the doors will be more expensive and you'll have more maintenance to keep them open & closing properly (they tend to sag more than 36" doors).