Many people who live in a high-rise building are used to having emergency sliding door repair just about every time they have a problem with the exterior doors. It’s only natural since it can be very difficult to get into a high-rise building and sometimes the main entrance can be locked.
Having to go through the main entry door on your way in is not really a problem if you have emergency shutters, but if you don’t, you may have to do some sliding door repair before you even get to the main entrance.
Whether or not you get emergency shutters, or not, one of the main reasons why sliding doors need emergency repairs is because when they are not working, they tend to collect dust and dirt more than they would if they were working properly.
Problems with Sliding Doors
When you have sliding doors, these dust particles are what keep them from working properly. When you are fixing the dust build-up problem, the first thing you want to do is ensure that you are sweeping the areas that the dust is collecting in. Then you want to use a cleaning solution that can remove any debris that has collected. If you have ever cleaned an exterior door, you know that removing the dirt will not be a problem, but removing the dust is a different story.
The first step that you need to take to remove all of the dust that has gathered is to turn off the power to the area you are cleaning. If you don’t do this, the power lines will not be able to reach the dust and it will continue to collect and the dirt will pile up even further. This is the time to clean up the debris you have collected. If you have ever cleaned an exterior door, you know that you have to be careful with your hands and have to wear goggles and gloves.
Even if you don’t have any dust in your house, there will be plenty of dirt that you will need to collect to ensure that you get a good vacuumed-out. Cleaning a sliding door is a great way to ensure that it stays clean if you clean it right the first time.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are pleased to give free estimates for sliding and patio doors. Since maintenance and repair work includes on-site inspection by a qualified technician, we can charge a minimum service fee to diagnose equipment problems.
We guarantee our rollers replacement within one year, we guarantee that the rollers are free from manufacturer's defects. We do not guarantee the adjustment of old rollers or rollers that we have not installed.
One of the most common problems with sliding doors is dirt that gets stuck on the track. This dirt accumulates and can cause problems with the movement of the door itself. Another common problem with sliding doors is the standard wheels and ball bearings. They can quickly become corrosive, and this causes problems when you open and close the door.
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