For a professional installation you want to select frame anchors that best match your construction methods, and we can support them all! Find the most common anchoring methods listed below (or print them out here), or contact us about any anchor option not shown here.
Adjustable base anchors give you installation flexibility when the substrate is lower than the finished floor.
This base anchor fastens the frame to the floor from the opening side, when rear access is limited.
Butterfly anchors are used with bolts for anchoring frames into existing masonry openings.
These inverted channels guide and protect bolts used to anchor the frame to an existing masonry opening.
Special anchors for lead-lined frames that assure maximum radiation protection.
Punch face (with optional slots) is frequently used on no-return frames to fasten directly to the rough opening structure.
"Z"-shaped clips welded in the throat of jambs for attachment to steel studs in the rough opening.
Wire anchors slide down the jamb throat to be embedded in mortar joints of new masonry construction.