When your sliding door rollers begin to show signs that they are breaking, you’ll notice that the unit gets harder to close, may get stuck halfway from time to time, or jump off the track altogether. If a good, thorough cleaning of the roller and track does not eliminate the problem, it could be that your patio slider is a perfect candidate for a sliding door roller replacement repair or installation. When replacing the entire unit seems to make the most sense to fix what it wrong, there are some things to look out for when ordering a new roller.
Most sliding door rollers and tracks are not universal, meaning you need to know what kind, size, and style will match your sliding door unit. For that reason, it is important to inspect and measure it before assuming the type of replacement to order. Much of the time, the manufacturer’s name will be stamped on the door and/or corner of the glass, so we can always match the proper replacement rollers to the kind of door you currently have installed. No matter what kind it may be, either standard or customized, we can locate and order the right replacement for your sliding door rollers in no time.