Do you find it hard to open and close your sliding door? This could be due to misaligned, bent, or damaged rollers that hold the door on the track. Fortunately, the solution may be simple. All you have to do is tighten the screws that secure the rollers to the guide or frame, replace worn screws with new ones if needed, or look for a new set of rollers. Abrupt use of a sliding door, such as when children are careless or slamming it in frustration, can cause damage that needs to be repaired. If you need help determining what the problem is, changing a lock or handle, or getting new rollers, EZ Sliding Door Repair is here to help.
Without a handle, the door can be difficult to handle, leading to frustration and rough handling of the door, which will only result in more damage. Objects or dirt buildup can also prevent the door from sliding smoothly down the track. Another issue that can make it hard to open or close the sliding door is a problem with the tracks. Eventually, your sliding patio doors may not work as well as they used to. If you notice any issues with your patio glass doors, such as broken glass or drafts, Alderfer Glass can help with sliding door glass repairs and replacements in Coopersburg, PA and beyond.
Your sliding patio doors should be virtually silent, so if you hear a loud squeak or squeak, it may be time to replace the rollers or doors. Visit the Pella Door and Window Showroom in Spokane today or schedule a free in-home consultation and learn how Pella can help you turn your vision into reality. Fortunately, repairing and replacing rollers is an option that saves you from having to install a new door. Sliding glass doors offer many benefits such as allowing natural light into a home or business and improving energy efficiency. As you can see, sliding doors are great but they have several components that need maintenance, repair, or replacement.
If you notice any of these signs, servicing your sliding doors should be on your list.