Learn to repair all the doors in your home with these tips and how-tos.
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 damage looks pretty frightening, but the fix is actually fairly easy.
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How to Fix Stubborn Bifold Closet Doors
Tired of bifolds that don't work right? Learn how to adjust a door that's always sticking, trim a door that binds, repair a broken corner, and tighten annoying handles that keep coming loose.
How to Fix a Broken Door Hinge
If the hinge screws have broken out of a particleboard door and taken chunks of the particleboard with them, the right glue can usually fix the damage.
Fixing Garage Doors
Make weather-tight garage door seals, replace rotted trim with maintenance-free vinyl and clean up a rusty track. Do it yourself and save a bundle.
Replace Your Weather Strip
Install a door bottom weather strip to wooden doors for an effective and almost invisible airtight seal and to stop drafts.
Fix Stuck Dead Bolts
If your deadbolt sticks or is difficult to turn, give it a shot of Teflon lube spray to get it operating smoothly again. It only takes five minutes.
Fix Sagging or Sticking Doors
This article shows you how to fix a sticking door in most cases without removing the door. Get instant results and enjoy a trouble-free door.
How to Fix a Bifold Door
After a few years of use, bifold doors often start to sag, scrape against the floor or pop out of their brackets. Three basic adjustments will usually get them back on track.
Patch Dents in a Metal Door
Metal doors don't hide dents and scratches as easily as wood doors, but you can make your old garage service or entry door look new again with this simple three-step repair.