Top Creative Patio Door FAQ’s that Work!

April 2024

Top Creative Patio Door FAQ’s that Work!

April 2024

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#1. How to Measure the Opening for a Replacement Patio Door

Correctly measuring the opening for a replacement patio door is the first important step towards a successful replacement patio door project. The only tool you will need for this process is a standard measuring tape. Watch this video to learn how to measure the entire frame of the sliding or swing patio door opening including the width and height.

#2. How to Replace the Rollers on your Sliding Patio Door

You may have noticed that your sliding patio door is not gliding as smoothly as it did when it was first installed. This may be because during the summer months, patio doors are in constant motion thanks to the warm weather and backyard gatherings. One of the most common issues with sliding patio doors is the rollers not working properly over long periods of repeated use. If your sliding patio door is not functioning as well as it used to, it may be as simple as replacing the patio door rollers. Luckily, rollers are one of the easiest components of your patio door to swap out, so you don’t have to worry about a full replacement patio door! Once you have your replacement roller set, here’s how to begin.

#3. How to Apply Leak Proof Flashing to your Patio Doors

What is flexible leak-proof flashing for sliding patio doors? Flashing refers to thin pieces of impervious material installed to prevent the passage of water into a structure from a joint or as part of a weather resistant barrier system on a sliding patio door. This piece is crucial to the installation and use of sliding patio doors as they are a big factor when it comes to leaks. Sliding patio door flashing is one of the easiest components of the installation. To install, peel the protective backing off and stick on the patio door sill, extending up both sides approximately 1 foot. Quick and simple!

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