|Fig.1 Bent Screen Door|
Supplies and Tools:
Aluminum screen 36-inch by 80-inches
Flat heat screwdriver tip
Joe Le-Rock called because his rental had a damaged patio door. He only knew that the renters left him several messages and that the work needed to be done. The home is located in downtown Corona.
This post shows the seven steps to installing a warehouse patio door.
Step1: Above fig.1 shows the patio door frame was bent, and not repairable.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the old screen plus the old rubber spline to be tossed into the trash can.
|Fig.2 Old screen|
|Fig.3 Dirty tracks|
|Fig.4 Safety pin|
Step 6: We the adjusted the screen door striker plate.
|Fig.5 Adjustable plate|
|Fig.7 New door|
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