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1. Firstly take the slider door off the track and place it to the side. This many require a little muscle, but is easy enough to do. If you are unable, try turning the screws on the rollers clockwise and then lift the door from its frame. 2. Clean the track with soapy water and a wire brush. 3. Take a metal file and file down and rough spots or ridge that are sharp to the touch. 4. Measure the length of the old track. 5. Cut the new stainless steel track to this length. 6. Place the new track on the old aluminum track. It will snap over the old track and then with light dabs of glue, glue down on the threshold. 7. Lubricate the new track for smooth opening and closing 8. Remove the old rollers by removing the frame lock screw, lift frame and then remove. Now slide the new rollers into place and re-install frame lock screw. 9. Re-install the sliding door and test the opening and closing. As an additional note, it might be worth it to consider purchasing a manual retractable sliding door screen or motorized screen. This screen will allow you to keep your sliding door open in summer, but keep the bugs and insects out. These screens will retract back into their housing when not in use, but will cut down on the opening and closing of your sliding door.
A simple solution to this problem is to use a sliding door track kit. These kits are available almost anywhere, from a local hardware store to a large chain store and even online. They are relatively inexpensive and will make your door work like it did when new. The new track is made of stainless steel, which is a more durable and longer lasting metal. In addition, it will not corrode, so your track will last you for years to come. While your door is off, it mint be beneficial to replace the roller as well, to ensure smooth opening and closing. Once you purchase the kit and the new roller cartridge, here are so simple and easy steps to perform to repair your track.
TIMBER You can choose from a number of engineered timber folding sliding doors including softwood or hardwoods such as Meranti and European Oak. Timber is normally engineered or laminated to ensure it is structurally resistant to warping or twisting and doors are normally available with either a factory applied translucent stain or RAL colour paint finish. As timber is a natural insulator timber folding sliding doors offer the most energy efficient solution when combined with high performance double glazing offering U values as low as 1.4. Timber folding doors usually provide slim sight lines as the individual door panels are normally hinged off each other without the use of additional mullions between each panel and therefore maximising visible glass areas.
In recent times, folding sliding doors have increased in popularity amongst homeowners the world over. Folding sliding doors enable you to open up a larger part of the wall which may have previously only had a smaller French door. Folding sliding doors are available in a range of construction materials including timber or wood, glass, aluminum or PVC. These doors may be opened either outwards or inwards. If you do decide to go for glass folding sliding doors, it is advisable to select folding sliding doors that are made from toughened glass which will provide you with adequate security and safety. In certain cases, you may find that toughened glass may also be a requirement for building regulations as well. Glass folding doors are ideal for use as patio doors.