Bisaillon Patio Doors October 24th, 2017 - 05:51:50
After fitting the new wheels make sure that they are adjusted completely flat or into the bottom section. This will give you more room when re-fitting the patio door. The wheels can be adjusted to the correct height after the door is fitted into the frame. Spray the wheels with a silicone lubricating spray. Before re-fitting the door clear out any debris such as leaves and dirt from the track and spray the track locking mechanism and top door channel with a silicone lubricating spray. Re-fit the door and adjust the wheels as described above.
The patio is one location of the house that is very versatile. It can be a place to relax and unwind after a hard days work; it can be a place to view the garden; it can be a place to have a refreshing breakfast or even an afternoon cup of coffee and it can also be an interesting nook of the house that has its special purpose for the family. In some apartments where space is more of a luxury the added space provided by patios are quite welcome. Of course since patios are technically outside you must have a quality patio door that connects the interior of the house to it. This is where patio doors come in.
In addition to your choice of wood type you can also find hardwood patio doors in a variety of sizes styles and colors. While some hardwoods are stained a certain color others are painted white or left in their natural color. Popular styles of wooden doors for patios are French doors and sliding doors although there are several other styles that also work great. French patio doors have that old-style provincial look that is very classy and elegant. These doors can have one big pane of glass or multiple panes of glass. Depending on how large your door area is you can have two doors installed or as many as four standing side-by-side to create a stunning scenic view to your backyard.
Remove the two screws holding the bottom section of the frame. There is one screw either side of the bottom section. Once these have been removed the bottom section can be prized away from the rest of the frame. Be careful not to lever against the glass or you could shatter it. When the bottom section is clear from the rest of the frame you will be able to remove the wheels. Some wheels have a screw holding them in and some are pressed into a holding bracket. If the retaining screws have rusted you can carefully drill them out taking care not to make the hole in the bottom section any bigger. Contact your local Hardware Store Glazing Shop or search on Google for replacement wheels.