sliding door repair services
We have over 40 years of experience in repairing sliding doors and that will be obvious once yours is fixed and moving as if it’s brand new. We can assure our customers that their expectations will be regularly exceeded by our trained and speedy technicians. Our entire list of services can be found below:
- Complete Mobile Service
- Sliding Door Repair
- Rollers, Locks, Handles and Tracks
- New Closet Doors
- Mirror Doors
- Glass Patio Doors
- Vinyl Door Track Repairs
- Roller Repair
We Get It Done Right
On The First Visit
On The First Visit
Our technicians are the best in the business when it comes to repairing most sliding doors. We have a large selection of rollers and parts on hand to fit almost any door. We carry parts for many types and brands of doors so we can make repairs in one visit.
We Stock All Types Of Parts
Our service package includes replacement of rollers, properly aligning panels and locks, and cleaning tracks. In cases where there is bottom track damage, there are a couple of options available.
If a track bead has waives, divots, or dents because of worn out rollers. We install a stainless steel C cap over top of the damaged bead, filing in the divots with silicon and proving a smooth dent resistant surface for the door to roll on.
If the track bead is damaged too severely for a track saver, track replacement is the only solution, besides a new door. We remove the panels from the opening, pull up the old track, loosen and pull the side jambs from the wall. We then apply a waterproofing adhesive in the corners and under the new track, fasten down new track with galvanized Tapcon screws into the concrete slab. Reattach side jambs, caulk inside and out and replace rollers at a discounted price from our normal repair cost.
Sliding Glass Door Cut-Down
If the header (the supporting wood beam over the door) has dropped in the middle (header sag) and the doors are binding and not opening, there are two options. 1) A new door or 2) we would have to order new glass (1/8” to ½” shorter) and disassemble the frame, cut the sides down, and rebuild panels with new glass. Because of the extended amount of time it takes the header sag to occur, rollers in the door will most likely need to be replaced.