Clarice Patio Doors October 25th, 2017 - 09:10:42
Generally timber frames are considered more traditional and can look beautiful! Hard wood such as oak is as the name suggests far more hard-wearing than a soft wood such as pine. Weather especially strong sun can take its toll on timber frames which could need to be varnished or painted annually. Wooden frames can swell and shrink with humidity therefore opening and closing doors can require force and gaps can allow draughts in colder temperatures.
Screen doors are the other option as previously stated that can also add a rustic look to a patio. Screen doors work best for resort style homes log cabins and in places where the weather is generally hotter longer. A screen door is much cheaper than their metal and glass counterparts and is usually made of wood and screening. Metal screen doors will cost a little more but last longer against the elements. In choosing the correct set of patio doors for under $1000 people have a wide variety to choose from if they are willing to install them without professional help. Even so it would be hard to break the $1000 barrier unless there is a multitude of doors that need replacing. Choose the style that best fits the theme of the home and enjoy a bug free patio area for years to come.
The first factor which needs to be considered for these items are the material of the door as it plays a huge role in deciding the look of your patio. French patio doors have been an eternal favorite with people because they are made of wood and they are durable as nature makes it a very good investment option. Wood patio doors never go out of style and it has a timeless appeal. Once you have decided about the type of material that needs to be chosen for the door then you can move over the style which you would prefer your patio door to have. A couple of years back it was easier to make a choice for these doors due to the dearth of versatility of these products but today it is a different story altogether. The consumer has a lot of options at his disposal. Since there are so many styles and designs available for these doors you can select a piece which seems compatible with the entire look of the patio.
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.