1Open the door so it is parallel to the wall where you want to fix the doorstop.
2Holding the wall-mounted doorstop in place, mark on the skirting where the doorstop will be positioned.
3Separate the two parts of the door stop and use a woodscrew to attach the base of the doorstop to the skirting.
4Then attach the top part to complete the job.
5Now your wall mounted door stop is installed.
6Floor Mounted Door Stop.
Open the door to where you would like it to stop and mark with a pencil on the floor. Use a multi-purpose detector to check the floor and make sure there are no pipes running under where you want to position your doorstop.
7Use a woodscrew to attach the base of the doorstop to the floor.
8Then attach the top part of the doorstop to complete the job.
9Now your floor mounted door stop is installed.
If the doorstop is going into a concrete floor, drill a hole using the masonry bit on the drill and insert a rawl plug. Screw the doorstop into the plug.
If the doorstop is going into a tiled floor, drill a hole using a tile or masonry bit and insert plug. Don’t use hammer action on the drill. A good tip is to try and use the grout line when screwing in the stop, to avoid drilling into the tile at all.