Sliding patio doors offer accommodation and usability. Notwithstanding, the glass is delicate and will split if struck by falling extensions or knock by a vast bit of furniture. Assuming that your patio door glass breaks, replacing it with another pane of glass is one choice. This repair includes expertise and arrangement, yet its not challenging assuming that you have a skill for fixing things. Replace the broke glass with another pane of glass in just a couple of hours.
- Remove the trim pieces around the glass pane. Unscrew the screws along the base of the patio door with a force driver. Slide the base piece out of the door frame.
- Remove the head section (an edge support installed in the corner of the door frame) by evacuating each of the screws securing it to the door with the force driver. Slide the trim piece out of the patio door frame by hand.
- Push the glass pane tenderly out of the door frame with one turn in front of the pane so it doesn’t fall forward. While it is at a plot, get a handle on it from both sides and safely lift it up and out of the track. Severely damaged glass destroys when stressed, so it is best to toss a gravely damaged patio door and replace it.
- Apply window caulking around the edge of the new window pane with a caulking firearm. Structure a continuous 1/2-inch dab around the whole edge of the pane.
- Embed the new glass pane into the door frame by setting the bottom edge into the pane first. Push the pane send and into the frame.
- Slide the trim pieces go into place on the frame. Drive the trim piece screws go into the mounting holes with the force driver. Join the head section to the corner of the door frame with the head section screws.