After you've suffered a broken window from an errant baseball, a storm, or a break-in, you're probably interested in having it fixed as quickly as possible. It can be hard to secure a broken window against outside entry, and unless your window breaks during a temperate, dry season, you may have trouble keeping your interior hot or cold air from escaping (or keeping rain and other precipitation from entering). However, the financial constraints of modern living can make it difficult to come up with several hundred dollars to repair a window at a moment's notice.
Screen doors serve an important purpose by protecting your main entry door from the elements and keeping pests out on warm summer days. They are also one of the easiest parts of your home to maintain. Before you call a professional to repair your screen door, learn these simple steps to fix three common screen door problems.
Screen Door Doesn't Slide Smoothly
Sliding screen doors are even more convenient than traditional hinge doors, as long as they are working properly.