It's a bit late, but I forgot to publish this post, which I prepared already in February this year.
The only reason to make a blog about the door jambs was to show how they do it here in Asia, compared to what I am used to in the Netherlands.
The jambs are assembled on site and prepared for installation by hammering a lot of nails in the outer perimeter. Hence the jamb is positioned in the door opening and then cement added around the jamb.
We have 26 door jambs installed, see the pictures below.
|Assembling the jamb is done manually, no machines are used|
|The prepared jambs are piled up before being prepared and installed|
|More stock waiting for being treated with termite resistant paint|
|Nails will anchor the jamb in the cement|
|In position fixed and ready to put cement|