Repairing a sliding door screen is something that should be taken care of immediately if it doesn’t come off easily. The lock on the screen can be damaged when you open or close your sliding door.
However, this problem can be quite frustrating to fix. You will not find that many of these products come with instructions on how to dismantle and repair them. However, there are some simple and easy steps that you can follow to make it easier for you to remove a broken screen.
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The first thing that you have to do is ensure that you are holding the screen tight enough to prevent it from moving. You can then loosen it up a little so that you can work on it. The reason why you should be using a rubber mallet is that it will allow you to get the screen loose without causing any damage to it.
As you start to take off the screen, it may become bent. If this happens, you should be able to tap it a few times with the mallet to straighten it out.
To avoid accidentally breaking any wires, you should follow some basic safety precautions. While you are pulling on the screen, you should always wear a pair of rubber gloves so that you can avoid damaging the screen as you are working.
You should also be aware that you can crack the screen if you get it too close to any type of sharp edges. When you are done working on the screen, you should then put it back in place. Just be sure to keep the screen locked properly so that it doesn’t come loose again.
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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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