Long Beach…

We have a door problem!

The fact is, most sliding glass doors get more use than your appliances, and are expected to have a longer life. A new appliance is estimated to have a life of 5-10 years, but a patio glass door is installed in the home when it’s built, gets more use that your stove and is expected to last 10-20 years. The door can last for decades, but the moving parts wear down with years of use, and become corroded, rusty, sticking, and warped. This all prevents the door from gliding on the rail as it should.

 But you don’t need a new patio
sliding glass door! Just new parts!

There are millions of patio glass door problems rampant across the good ol’ U.S.A. as we speak. We here at Stuck Door Rehab feel as it is our mission, no, our duty, to bring relief to those in need. We want to spread the word and let those who need help know that there is a place to turn. You do have the power against that nasty, evil, wicked sliding door that causes you so much grief and aggravation. There is hope. We have the information, but it is up to you to take the first step. We can help.

Call us today for a great price
on fixing your stuck door problems.

Possible Patio Sliding Glass Door Problems:

  • The patio door doesn’t slide anymore
  • The door is old and falling apart
  • The door is stuck on the track
  • You have to tug and jerk the door to get it closed
  • The handle is broken and half missing
  • The handle does not lock anymore
  • The frame is coming away from the glass
  • The glass is cracked or shattered

Today can be the day that you finally resolve that stuck door problem. Within a day or two you can have a door that slides like a brand new patio door, for a mere fraction of the price of a new one.