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Sliding Glass Doors Repair Gallery (photos below)
Sliding glass doors can be repaired. If your doors are:
... then you're probably in luck!
When it comes to repairing Sliding Glass Patio Doors, On Track Sliding Door Repair goes above and beyond.
Upon arrival of your business or home On Track Sliding Door Repair assesses the problem and executes the best solution to maximize optimum performance of your Sliding Patio Door. We strive to upgrade from a single wheel / roller application to a tandem-two wheel / roller-application. This means you get a total of four wheels underneath the door as opposed to two (and that means better weight-distribution and a smoother "slide"!)
Sliding Glass Doors Don’t Slide
You may not know this, but Sliding Patio Doors don't actually slide, they roll. The steel ball bearings underneath the door are actually what makes the door move along the track. Wheels are available in Stainless Steel, galvanized steel, and nylon. Note that for homes within 5 miles from the ocean we strongly recommend stainless steel wheels.
On Track is familiar with every door manufacturer that was ever made, and from years of experience we know which application will make the door roll effortlessly. As a result, we can make a door the elderly or a small child can open with one finger.
Sliding glass door repair is the solution. Beware of companies that say they will lube and adjust the door only. Many customers have called handymen type services and had an unsuccessful experience because parts were never replaced. Lubrication is a temporary solution at best. If your door is more than 10 years old chances are your bearings are in need of replacement. On Track Sliding Door repair specializes in repairing the following manufacturers, Fleetwood, Milgard, Andersen, Kolbe, Pella, Window Master, Jeld Wen, Hi-Lite, Guaranteed, T.M. Cobb, IWC, Arcadia, and many others.