Mulled Door Question


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What causes Chief to reduce the width of a mulled door unit? 

 

The images below show the before and after of mulling a door unit. The sidelights are "fixed door" units. Not sure that matters...but as you can see after mulling takes place the casing does not reach the baseboard.

 

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