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Sliding Door Installation & Repair Service of Plantation

Sliding Glass Door Repair

One of the more common issues we repair is the wheels which can become corroded, damaged or fall off the track. It is also possible that your wheels can have just been worn out over time. Getting one of our technicians to come out on site remove your door and take off your old patio door rollers and add in a new replacement roller assembly will fix your issue. Our licensed and insured team can replace your rollers on several types of sliding doors such as sliding aluminum doors, screen doors and glass doors.

Sliding Glass Door Replacement

Look below at some of our new sliding patio doors and french sliding doors.  When you call Sliding Door Creations, you can  rest assured that we will quickly fix your roller sliding problem or fix a door that is sliding off the track. Your track may also be corroded or have dirt in the track or roller assembly causing the rollers to get “stuck” or making it so it will not open at all. We can replace distorted rails, tracks and rollers for nearly any manufacturer for patio sliding doors.

Sliding Door Locks

Has your balcony door glass seal failed or is the door getting increasingly harder to open?  Sliding Door Creations provides complete Florida patio sliding door repair, replacement and new tempered glass solutions.

Have an issue with your sliding patio door locks?  Is your door not locking or not fitting into the hinge very well?  Maybe your sliding door handle has broken because its so hard to slide?  Whatever your issue, our professional team at Sliding Door Creations can help!

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We Fix Sliding Glass Door & Screen Door Problems

Our sliding patio door has probably taken the most abuse out of any door in the home.   Including the slamming doors from kids!  With summer heat and hurricane elements beating on it year after year, it’s no wonder why a sliding patio door eventually needs repairs. Be it glass door or screen door, the wear and tear adds up and normal usage can lead to issues. Fortunately, some of it is a simple fix — if you know what to look for. Here are some easy sliding patio door repair tips:

Sliding patio doors don’t slide: Sliding issues can affect a heavy glass door or a lighter screen door, but in some cases, believe it or not, sometimes the track just needs to be cleaned and blow out. Mud, grime, even dead bugs can all collect in the track of a sliding patio door. If you’ve got years of the great outdoors affecting your sliding balcony door, clean and vacuum the track and see what happens.
Sliding patio door off track: For screen doors, this is easy to fix as they’re light…Usually. Simply angle the top rollers into the track, then adjust until the bottom rollers rest on the bottom track. Be gentle — you don’t want to warp the track or bend the screen door sliding wheels. For glass doors, the process can be similar depending on the frame; however, since the door is so heavy, you might want to consider help either a sliding door professional or a knowledgeable friend to chip in.
Sliders don’t roll: Another reason why sliding patio doors don’t slide is the accumulation of wear on the rollers. For both glass and screen doors, this can be addressed by a little bit of lubrication — easy as that!  If the wheels have gone bad, you will need us to install for you though.
Of course, there are bigger issues that might require professional help. Cracked or broken glass is dangerous and needs an experienced person to address it. Warped frames and castings could be the symptoms of bigger damage and also directly affect your home’s architecture and require a specialist to address it. Here’s where common sense kicks in: if it seems dangerous or difficult, play it safe and get a quote from a professional.  sliding glass door repair

Robert oliver

Owner

Robert is no stranger to hard work and working with his hands.  He has experience in installing windows, carpentry, and found his niche working with patio doors.  A family owned business, treating customers right and making beautiful sliding door creations is his passion.  

At Sliding Door Creations, we are all about our customers, not about ourselves.  We figure, if we do a great job, we will make a good living.  Call us today if you are in Florida and need help with your patio doors.  We are opening new locations constantly.  Right now we are in Fort Lauderdale, Cape Coral & Fort Myers.  We plan on launching a Tampa and Jacksonville branch soon.

Robert oliver

Our Testimonials

Neal L.
Neal L.
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The impact sliding doors arrived and appeared exactly as they looked on website. The installers were friendly and patient with all my questions. I would definitely recommend!
George E.
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Our technician was professional, always prompt, but even better, understood the unique stylistic needs of window replacement in our historic house. Collaboration was easy, including a meeting with my carpenter. She was always available for questions. Pella windows and doors are good products and the ongoing technical support is really helpful. Highly recommend Sliding Door Creations.
Steve M.
Steve M.
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Our sliding deck door was really hard to move and we got quotes from several companies to get a new sliding door. Sliding door creations gave us an option for either getting a new door or fixing the one we had. Saved us a bunch of money!
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Serving Plantation and all of South Florida

A plantation is a large-scale estate meant for farming that specializes in cash crops. The crops that are grown include cotton, coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar cane, opium, sisal, oil seeds, oil palms, fruits, rubber trees and forest trees. Protectionist policies and natural comparative advantage have sometimes contributed to determining where plantations are located.

Among the earliest examples of plantations were the latifundia of the Roman Empire, which produced large quantities of grain, wine and olive oil for export. Plantation agriculture grew rapidly with the increase in international trade and the development of a worldwide economy that followed the expansion of European colonial empires. Like every economic activity, it has changed over time.