Sliding patio doors often don’t age well. When they are just a few years old, they can start to scratch and grind when you move them, not fully close, never completely latch, and generally require far more attention every time you go in and out of your home. The result is that you don’t like to go in and out of that sliding door, and may avoid it altogether.
Patio doors that don’t fully close, and that leave a gap at the top or bottom of the door, probably need to be adjusted. Those rollers can be set up or down to help fix that problem, but if your doors are also grinding, the problem could be the track. Even an older house may have sliding patio door problems simply because the foundation has settled. Our patio door repair service can fix this problem. If your patio doors don’t close all the way, Call us now to fix your patio doors.
Highly recommended. Took the job on short notice, was on time, did all the work needed, the door works like new! Duane’s a really nice guy, gave us excellent service! Call him first!
Dwane did an excellent job! He is meticulously clean and very skilled. His service exceeded our expectations.
I’m so glad I called Dwane and didn’t try doing it myself. Our door now glides with the slightest touch - we don’t even need a handle. He cleaned and waxed the tracks, replaced the track brushes, upgraded the handle, and added premium wheels. Wish he did everything around the house. I recommend him highly.
Just had our sliding door lock repaired today, what a wonderful guy. He was willing to tell us how to repair it over the phone. (didn't trust my husband with tools). I would highly recommend him.