Screen Door Repair projects
How to Fix a Screen Door
All it takes is one big gust of wind to whip your screen door back so far that it rips the retaining bracket right out of the doorjamb. The…
How to Make Perfect-Closing Screen Doors
We'll show you how to adjust a storm door so it closes perfectly. By simply turning a screw, you can fix the door so it won't slam shut or be…
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Repair a Torn Fiberglass Screen
We'll show you a DIY fix for a torn window screen. It's fast, inexpensive and easy to do yourself. So stop dealing with the insects that…
How to Adjust Storm Doors
A binding, sticking storm door will eventually cause more damage if it’s not repaired. Here’s how to diagnose the problem and make the door hang…
Sliding Screen Door Repair Tips
Does it feel like you’re dragging your sliding screen door through a gravel pit when you open it or doesn’t close all the way? You…
Replace a Broken Storm or Screen Door Handle
Storm door handles break or become tarnished long before the door need replacing, but installing a new handle is a simple job that can usually…
How to Replace a Torn Fiberglass Screen With Heavy Duty Screen Mesh
Replace door and window screening quickly and easily with simple tools. Use pet-proof screening for durability.
How to Replace a Door or Window Screen
You don't need to buy a new frame - all you need is a replacement screen. Learn more about fixing window screens.
Adjusting a Storm Door Closer
Make a simple closer adjustment to keep your storm door from banging shut, or remaining open when you lower or raise the glass panel for winter…
How to Fix Your Broken Storm-Door Handles
Don't let a broken or ugly storm-door handle ruin the look of your home's entrance. Replace your old storm-door handle in five easy…
How to Make Your House Warmer by Adjusting the Storm Door Sweep
Stop drafts and save energy by adjusting the bottom sweep on your exterior doors. It usually takes less than five minutes.