I have a question regarding replacement of my old somewhat warped front door. Namely, my old frame is 70mm wide, the front door I have now chosen is 90mm. So I need 20mm more space. Do I go inside, where there are tiles on the floor, for example, or outside where the facade is with 60mm insulation? I have two different offers from installers and one would just go inside and one to the outside. Which makes more sense? Or should I keep looking and see if I can find a door with a nearly 70mm wide frame?
Even though you probably mean a stick rather than a frame here: above all, I don't see an "old" door here. And it is also made of plastic, I don't believe in warping so much. I think what is really needed here is a professional who readjusts the door correctly.
I would spontaneously rather "widen" the door to the outside, because otherwise the wood paneling would have to be shortened on the inside. I imagine it's more difficult than cutting the insulation on the outside.
Maybe you have to decide spontaneously after removing the frame, depending on how cleanly the installer could cut it out and how well the connection to the wood inside is feasible.
"Adjusting" is what it's called. All three straps are adjustable in two axes. Due to weight, sometimes you have to readjust it after only a few years. "Straightening" is not necessary because I don't believe in warping.
I don't quite understand the question. So the new frame is 20mm wider inside and out. The result is a rat's tail of remodeling. Flooring, insulation, wood cladding, stucco, color, floor end profile, etc. D. I would just go back to 70mm or just let them see if the existing door can't be adjusted. It's not that old. I wouldn't give myself any trouble without first making it clear if they can be properly adjusted again.