Three Door Repairs that You Need to Leave to the Professionals

When you consider repairs around your home and the ones you that you feel you can do yourself, you may think of the doors. The doors throughout your home will have problems over the years. Some of them will be very easy to handle and are repairs you can make on your now. There are some that should be left to a professional. Here are three door repairs that really need to be left to the professionals.

Broken Garage Door Hinges

If your garage door will not open or close and it is due to a broken hinge, call a professional. The reason is due to the different things that can go wrong with broken hinges. You will need to know what kind of replacement hinges to get and how to install them. In addition to that knowledge, you will also have to remove the door. This can take more than one person if you don't know what you are doing. On top of those issues, you will also need to manually disconnect the automatic door if your door is not manual. All of these combined issues could mean, at the very least, more repair work.

Sliding Glass Door Repair

If you have sliding glass doors, you know that from time to time they can come off track. Though this is a simple repair that can be done by lifting the door and placing it back on the track, there are some potential complications. One of the issues that could arise is damage to the track itself. You could bend the track causing the door to fit improperly and not close or open beyond a certain point. You also risk dropping the door, causing glass to break.  If you leave it to the professionals, you can ensure the repair is done correctly without damage to the track or to the glass door.  

Broken Door Cables

If you have automated doors, including garage doors, then you know they run on a cable system. These cables can sometimes break or becoming tangled or jammed. You also risk electrocution if the cables are still live or if there is a power source you forgot or didn't know to disconnect. Cables can also snap or break, which could result in major cuts or the loss of a limb. Instead of risking your own health, consider a professional. They are educated and skilled in dealing with these kinds of cable issues safely and in a manner that fixes the core issue causing your cable problems.

The key point to remember is that if the problem deals with something outside your realm of knowledge, you should call a professional. Since most major door repairs can cause injury if handled improperly, it may be worth the cost to have a professional door repair technician help you. For more information, contact a business such as Door Lock Window Repairs Pty Ltd.

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The old saying is that when one door closes, another one opens. I find that once one door has been fitted and opened, another one seems to open right behind it. That's the life of a door fitter! People are so impressed when they come around to a friend or family member's house and they have a brand new door in place that they often go out hunting for a new door of their own. This site is a collection of the doors that I find inspiring in my travels - with lots of pictures of vintage doors and tips on techniques for hanging unusual doors. If you like doors, come inside.

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