Sticky Sliding Door Weighing You Down? Repair May Be the Answer!

Dirt and grime build up can cause your Arcadia door to stick and not close securely.

After a long, blistering summer in the Phoenix area, relatively comfortable temperatures are finally appearing on the horizon. With the summer months slowly beginning to melt into autumn, homeowners are seeking to bridge the gap between indoors and outdoors. Sliding glass doors — also known as Arcadia doors — successfully create a barely noticeable barrier between indoor and outdoor living.

Arcadia doors allow easy access from the home to the patio (and vice versa), and provide a large window through which the backyard can be viewed from inside the home. The result is a seamless transition between the comforts of the indoors and the beauty of nature. However, Arcadia doors are composed of several parts that may fall victim to deterioration. Over time, doors may become sticky, heavy, and difficult to open or close. This may result from several factors, including rust, eroded tracks, or an accumulation of dirt or pet hair along the tracks or rollers. Unfortunately, these problems create safety concerns because doors that do not close properly may allow children or pets to slip into the yard unsupervised. While more severe cases of wear and tear may warrant a complete replacement, many problems can be solved by simple sliding door repairs.

When you work with DCS Industries, our experienced professionals will come to your home and perform a repair or replacement of any sliding door or Arcadia door. If your door’s rollers need to be repaired or replaced, we will install heavy-duty industrial tandem rollers with sealed bearings for long-lasting durability. After a repair from DCS Industries, your sliding door will once again glide open and closed with ease.DCS Industries Sliding Glass Patio Doors

We were proud to recently help one client, who had this to say about our services: “I was very happy with DCS Industries. My old sliding door needed rollers badly. I’d always replaced them myself, but this door had a ridge too high to lift the door out, and I didn’t want to take it apart. When the tech arrived, he had the correct part even though it was an old heavy door. He was able to replace the rollers and adjust the door. Overall, I paid a fair price and the work has held up. The tech was also personable. For this kind of work, I would call them again!”

Are you tired of wrestling with your sliding door? Contact DCS Industries today at 623-825-7700 for a free estimate!