How to Adjust a Sliding Glass Door so that it Slides Freely in the Door Track
By Mark J. Donovan
In this video Mark Donovan, of HomeAdditionPlus.com shows how to adjust a sliding glass door so that the door slides freely in the door track.
|Frequently a sliding glass door can stick in its tracks. This can be associated with the home settling or higher humidity levels within the home that make the door swell.
Fortunately sliding glass doors are designed so that they float on small metal wheels that sit on door tracks at the base of the sliding glass door frame.
These small metal wheels can be adjusted up or down to enable the doors to operate easily and smoothly within the door track.
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