Many of you have sliding glass doors to your deck or patio. And most are broken in one way or another. But you never think to get them fixed, right? And, you’re not alone.
You know what I’m talking about. The glass doors are hard to slide. They sometimes fall off their tracks. The latch doesn’t work. There’s a hole in the screen. Or, the screen is missing altogether.
Why don’t people ever get their patio doors fixed? I think it’s mostly because they erroneously believe their sliding doors are something that is an integral part of their house, and that throws-up all kinds of erroneous red flags in their minds: “I’d have to replace the whole thing” or “my house is old, parts won’t be available.” Or, “I don’t even know who made them because there’s no brand name and the builder is out of business.”
The truth is you don’t have to live with your patio door problems. Fix St Louis CAN get replacement parts for your doors. We CAN make your doors slide better and your latches click, often without replacing ANY parts. We can also build a new sliding screen door and replace torn screens.
So when you’re at your July 4th barbecue, sliding those broken doors back and forth all day long, with a plate full of burgers in one hand and a pitcher of beer or lemonade in the other, vow to restore your freedom as an American to have patio doors that work. Give us a call and you’ll have one more thing to celebrate next July 4th.
Happy Independence Day to you and your family!
Hey, what’s with that extra door that blocks your front door? That flimsy thing that’s always in the way when you carry bags in and out, and every once in awhile gives you a smart whack on your backside. Why are you hiding your attractive front door behind something that at best is invisible, just glass and a thin frame? And, what joker came up with this idea anyway — the guy who invented plastic slip covers?
The truth is, storm doors are a lot like tonsils. If they become a problem you can live without them. But they can perform helpful functions.
If you’re like a lot of people, you’ve been consciously ignoring some of the problems you have with your doors. Maybe you don’t know anything about door repair. In some measure, you might not have the time to tackle even the smallest door repair project. Or perhaps its mostly because you don’t have a clue who to call to fix them — in part because you realize most contractors do not want to be bothered with small stuff like this.
Do any of these sound familiar?:
Admit it. It’s a problem, but never a big enough problem that ever got you past the mental paralysis caused by not being sure how to get it fixed, right?
Your windows are hard to open or close, or don’t stay open. They get stuck and you have to use increasingly strange methods you’ve invented over time, that only you know, to get them unstuck. When one of them closes, it’s not quite square, so there’s a small gap where air gets in. Or, how about that window that, when you open and let go, it slams down like a guillotine, and you breathe a sigh of relief that no one’s fingers, hand, arm, (or head?) was there at the time. It’s almost as if some of your windows have personalities, and have decided to be difficult.
Are your inside doors just flat, dull slabs of wood, or do they add to your home’s warmth and … well, homeyness? Sooner or later you are going to notice this feature in someone else’s house and, if you don’t already have it, you are going to want it.
And if you put it off, you may find yourself someday making this upgrade to help sell your house for the benefit of the NEXT homeowner, while never enjoying it yourself.
You’ve seen them. The most typical “raised panel” doors seem to have fancy rectangles carved into them, six of them, and they add a lot of drama to what would otherwise be a large flat surface.