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Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to your most commonly asked sliding door repair and installation questions.
It’s not always possible to repair sliding doors if the rot or corrosion is too bad. In these cases, replacement may be the only option. The JDM experts is able (and happy!) to help our clients decide if repair or replacement is best for their situation and then do what is necessary.
Problems with doors are common in every home and commercial building. The issue could be that the door is not opening and closing properly or it could be that the door no longer has any hardware at all. Either way,a professional will probably give you much better results than doing a DIY fix.
If you have concerns about your sliding door then get in touch with the experts. JDM Sliding Doors will help you decide the best way forward and whether your door can be repaired or if you may need a replacement.
Approximately 2-3 hours depending on the sliding door problem.
It usually starts with the removal of the side panel, the door itself, then the bottom rail of the sliding door. The damaged rollers and carriages is pulled out next.
Before installing the new parts, the bottom rail is cleaned first. It is then followed by choosing the correct rollers and carriage sizes. The remaining parts are then carefully refitted to the right places and new fasteners are used when necessary.
Yes, we can tint the glass as per request. This is often discussed during the call and quote generation.