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What are my options to replace a sliding glass door screen?

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I have a sliding glass door off my kitchen which used to have a screen on it (the screen slid on a track just outside of the glass doors). When I moved into my house the screen that was there was a replacement screen (I do not think it was the original) which quickly ripped (the screen that was there just was not made for 4 kids 6 years and under). I tried another replacement screen from Home Depot this spring and although the screen itself did not rip, it just did not fit perfectly, would not slide smoothly, and got bent and went in the garbage in about 2 weeks.

I would try another replacement but it would need to be something better than what I got at Home Depot last. And I would go to the door manufacturer but the name on the glass is Guardian and I have not been able to find them.

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My motto has held up well, esp. when talking about doors/screens etc.
BUY CHEAP-BUY TWICE!!
Its worth it to buy the best you can afford. cheap is CHEAP for a reason, it won't stand up to use. IF you are never ever gonna open the door, buy a cheapo, but if you expect to use it, buy the best you can.
If pets/children are apt to poke thru it, I suggest you get aluminum grillwork(sold in sheet form in Home Depot)
to protect the portion close to kids/animals.
Screw on the grillwork if you really need to use it.
Better though to not use it and just repl. the screening as needed its easy and not too $$, and any , I mean any one can replace screening.

HD screed door suck

Hi, Home Depot doors are terrible. It would be better to find a used aluminum door, as a new HD door is cheap sheet metal that will rust in no time. But don't take my word for it, ask 'em if they have aluminum screen doors.
Installing? Pretty easy, but you have to make sure it fits. =-) Measure width _and_ height, in _3_ places each, and take the minimum. Then subtract 1/4" for the door width/height for slack, paint, maybe another 1/8" off the width for the hinges. You can get a larger/wider door and cut the frame with a jigsaw and a 45-degree mitre. Also the door hinge is on a removable girder, so you can hang that nice and straight and then attach the door

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  • Avatar niner_72601 Partially replace my existing cabinets?
    Jan 21, 2007 by niner_72601 | Posted in Decorating & Remodeling

    I have cabinets in my kitchen that are painted.......i want to go oak face frame and doors...............can i pull off the existing face frame, and replace with an oak one......my question is......whats the best way to build the frame......dowels?

    • The face frames may be a beotch to replace; they were built on the cabinet boxes, or glued to them. Just depends on the construction. The best way is to use pocket screws. There is an angled hole (pocket) drilled into th …e fancy machine).

      Otherwise, you just apply the boards individually to the cabinet box and pin the edge that hangs down with a finish nail (not the best method, but it's done on built in shelves everyday).