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Hi,

Currently looking to move my front door, as you can see from the picture the original door is set back giving an open porch under the house.
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It’ll be set back slightly in that opening, which has now been narrowed to suit a standards door width.

Question is, does it need a plastic sill? The concrete sill there has a slight slope to the front. But a 150mm sill will look terrible and increase the threashold height. Or would a 80mm stub sill be sufficient? Just look for some advice.

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You could probably seal up its drainage underneath whilst the frame is out, and drill face drainage instead, to avoid a sill.

It looks like an old door, potentially not energy efficient....
 
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Sorry, when I say move I mean where the front door is. Buying a new composite front door to fit in the new opening. Not moving the old UPVC.
 
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Ahhh ok!

No sill required, just request face drained. Also, ensure they do a low threshold if it's in a sheltered position :)
 
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The 150mm cill is only about 30mm high so with a low aluminium threshold it will still be lower than your current upvc one.
 

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