State of Florida Glass and Glazing Certified Contractor
At Alex's Sliding Glass Door Repair LLC., we always call to confirm and remind you when a technician visits your home. We will keep you up to date along every step. We provide quality service at competitive prices, and we are dedicated to building lasting relationships with all our customers. Unlike our competitors, we'll always recommend solutions that won't break your budget. We offer a 3 year guarantee on parts and labor. Our promise: your sliding glass doors will glide effortlessly by the time we're done!
Does your sliding door feel like it weighs a ton — and you're getting a workout every time you open it?
Like any mechanical product, patio sliding doors may malfunction over time as door hardware wears out. It’s important to address these problems early on to avoid costly repairs. Lubricating the sliding door at this time will provide a short-term solution. We use the highest quality stainless steel rollers with precision ball bearings. Precision ball bearings have greater weight capacity and extended performance. The ball bearings are sealed to prevent dust and contaminants from getting inside, ensuring the proper sliding door operation.
Why do sliding door rollers wear out?
Are your sliding doors bouncing, Making a rattling sound, or constantly jumping off the track? Most likely you have track damage and it needs to be repaired!
Track damage is a common issue that makes your sliding door hard to operate. We inspect the rollers, the track, and make cost effective recommendations.
Track damage occurs when a home owner waits too long to replace the rollers underneath the sliding glass door (the track is the rib down at the bottom that your door rollers roll on).
Common Track Problems:
Are your door locks or handles damaged, worn down, or just plain ugly?
Patio Door Handles – We offer three different color handles, made out of solid aluminum: white, chrome, black.
Handles break all the time for many reasons. The most common scenario is when rollers break down underneath the door, the door becomes hard to operate and the handle breaks due to the additional weight.
After replacing the rollers, the door rolls smoothly and a new handle is just an assistance in opening and closing of the sliding door. We come across many homes with wooden handles, but the problem with wood is that it often swells up with humidity, causing the screws to loosen up.
Are you worried that your sliding glass doors aren't locking properly as they should?
Securing your patio sliding door is extremely important. Burglars target patio doors because they are easy to open from the outside. Don’t be a victim of a home invasion. Add another layer of security by installing a Double-Bolt lock on every patio door in the house. The lock prevents the sliding door from being lifted out of the track.
We recommend installing a Double-Bolt Lock (designed with safety and security in mind) on every sliding door in the house because the lock secures the door to the frame at two security points. This lock can be used as a primary or secondary locking system on the sliding glass doors.