Looking for a trusted, friendly expert to repair your sliding glass patio doors?
You don't have to live with sliding glass doors that are difficult to open. Did you know that you should be able to open your sliding glass doors with just one or two fingers?
To keep your sliding glass patio doors working safely and properly for years to come, a little maintenance goes a long way!
Avoid costly replacements by keeping your sliding patio doors in good repair.
Why is my door so heavy/hard to move?
Damage to a sliding door track occurs when there is metal-to-metal contact that results in the track getting excessively worn down, debris sits in the tracks and clogs the rollers, or a variety of other common issues.
In cases where the rollers have failed and the aluminum sliding door frame sits on the track, that heavy frame will grind or shave down the track each time someone ‘drags’ the door open. The same effect happens when one or both wheels of the roller assembly have ceased to roll, but the door remains active by the use of force.
While it may seem that an easy fix like WD-40 could help repair these difficult to move sliding glass doors, it can actually complicate the problem and doesn’t address the underlying issues.
Call the local experts and let’s get your sliding doors back to working like new!
Maintenance on your sliding patio doors is the best way to avoid a costly replacement.
Florida Sliding Glass Door Repair proudly offers expert service to Windermere, Lake Buena Vista, Lake Butler, Oakridge, Edgewood, Morningside Park, Belle Isle, & the surrounding Central Florida area!