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Mirrored Sliding Doors Create Beautiful Light Effects Inexpensively Homeowners enjoy creating simple illusions within their homes. Closet doors are great props for creating beautiful illusions within the bedroom and other rooms throughout the interior. Mirrored sliding doors create beautiful light effects and enable a brighter, cozier feel in bedrooms. These doors also create the illusion of a room appearing larger. These products are affordable and easy to install which is great for eliminating installment fees. One does not have to limit this type of door to their bedrooms. These closet doors with mirrors look great on living room closets and other rooms where a closet may be. These interior doors are not new inventions. Mirrored sliding doors have been around for many years. The doors have evolved from simply placing a large mirror on a closet door with special clips. The evolvement of mirrored closet doors also entails more new and innovative ways in allowing the mirror to show when the closet doors were closed. The old version of these doors hid the mirror from view when closed. Now, the mirrored doors contain beveled edges and grooves which provide more modern looks while allowing the mirror to be viewed at all times, whether the closet is closed or open. One can always add mirrors to doors already in place on closets but it is highly recommended that the doors be replaced with a mirrored sliding door kit, which proves better for long-term usage and safety. New mirrored sliding doors are safer in comparison to merely attaching a mirror to the door on the closet. When performing a home improvement project such as this, homeowners should always ensure they do the projects right in the first place. Mistakes can prove costly when trying to install new closet doors, regardless of the types of doors one is trying to install. The sliding closet door kit may be bi-fold closet doors or by-pass sliding doors. They are available for purchase with frameless mirrored doors with frames made from metal. They contain beautiful molding wood frames, which provide stylish appearances, and are appealing in any room within the home. Mirrored sliding doors are smart, beautiful additions to not only bedrooms but also any room where you want to change the look and feel of the room where new closet doors need to be installed. Mirrored sliding doors are available in numerous sizes and can be custom-made for any room within the home. The kit typically extends to eight feet in length. Custom-mirrored closet doors are wonderful options if the opening of the closet is not the average size. There are fees involved with custom-made doors of any kind and homeowners will find that these sliding doors are quite affordable. Homeowners can install mirrored sliding doors on their own while avoiding install fees, which can rack up quickly. Ensure that the bottom and top track is installed. By-pass sliding doors prove easier to install in comparison to bi-fold closet doors. The bi-fold closet doors needs a tighter fit due to the opening of the closet normally being square. If one is attempting to install a bi-fold door in a square opening, the drywall jams will not be consistent. This will cause the doors to not open or close easily, however, there will be horrible looking gaps, which is something that homeowners do not want to see after installing new closet doors. The kits are affordable. The kit can be purchased while allowing someone to stay within the budget for the home improvement project. The most expensive kit can range over five hundred dollars with the more simple kits ranging in the eighty-dollar range. Keep in mind if one is building a new home, these kits can pay for themselves over time. If one considers the cost for new drywall for framing new closet doors, these mirrored sliding doors can save you a ton of money per closet. The savings experienced with this measure will enable homeowners to free up extra money for other much-needed projects in the home. Make sure that the mirrored sliding doors have jump proof rollers installed for the track system. Some mirrored kits do not have this specific hardware, which is needed to ensure that the closet door stays functional in the future. You do not want these mirrored doors to jump off the track, which is why this kit, even though it does not come with the typical hardware kits, is a wise investment to make. The right kit can make the difference in the future when problems arise with these types of closet doors.

Save Money When Your House Sells By Inspecting The Doors Before The Home Inspector Arrives As with windows, doors come in many different sizes and materials. Examples of materials are wood, metal, fiberglass, glass, acrylic and composite. Styles include solid core, hollow core, raised panel, flat panel, louvered, bifold, bypass, accordion, pocket, hinged, tracked, fire, pet, garage, patio, "French", "Dutch", double and so forth. Each door has specification requirements for its use. With their many components and functions, doors are a bit more complicated than windows but some of the information is similar. Dont get distracted by door descriptions. When inspecting you will be looking for the physical condition and operation of the door and also making sure that the proper door is being used. Requirements for interior doors are less restrictive than for exterior doors. Exterior doors may be used on the interior of the building but an interior door should not be used for an exterior application. In other words, a hollow core door should not be used for an exterior exit door. This is not only for security reasons but also hollow core doors do not provide adequate insulating properties and resistance to weathering. In addition, a solid core fire rated door is required between the living space and the attached garage. I will elaborate more on the fire door requirements below. Begin your inspection at the front door, which is usually the first door encountered when entering the home. Look at the front door. Is there anything that jumps out at you? Is it a solid core exterior door? How do you determine if it is a solid core door? Knock on the face of the door with your knuckles to hear if it sounds solid. If you are not sure, try comparing the sound made by knocking on an interior hollow core bypass closet door. The solid core door will create a dull noise and the hollow core door will sound like a wooden drum. As you approach the door, look at the way it hangs in the jamb (the trim material that makes up the frame surrounding the door). Check the reveal (the space between the door and the frame or jamb). Is the gap in the reveal relatively even? An eighth of an inch variance in this area is common. Any more than that could be due to loose hinges, deterioration or poor installation. Next, inspect the condition of the door face or surface. Is it deteriorated, scratched or damaged in any way? Hollow core doors and even solid core doors with a veneer skin may delaminate when subjected to severe weather conditions. Are there any cracks in the door edge around the latch? Front exterior wood doors often have panels. Check to see if any of the panels are cracked or damaged. Front exterior doors may also have glazing (glass) panels. Check to see if any of the glazing is cracked, broken or has lost its seal. Is the glass tempered? Next, open the door, straddle the front edge of the door and grab hold of the knobs. Gently lift up using your legs (NOT your back or arms) to determine if the doorknob is tight and the hinges are well secured to the jamb. If you notice a lot of play or movement at the hinge area, it may simply mean that the screws are loose. Tightening them with the proper screwdriver may resolve this symptom. Sometimes the hinge screws are fine but the hinge pin may be worn. In that case the hinge may need to be replaced. Once you have made certain the hinges are secure recheck the reveal around the door. Securing the hinges may correct some if not the entire reveal problem. If the door did not latch properly before, that problem may also be corrected by tightening the hinges. Next, check to see if the door will actually latch. You would be amazed how many times I encountered doors that did not latch. The homeowners were often surprised and commented, "We never close that door." I replied, "Well I can certainly understand that but the new owners might want it to latch for some reason. Doors that do not latch could indicate a number of issues discussed below. Make a note at this point if the door does not latch. Does the door stick in the frame at any point, drag on the floor covering or bind at the striker plate of the latch? The striker plate is the metal plate screwed into the doorjamb where the latch catches to secure the door. Does the door swing open or close on its own? Is there any unusual noise or squeaks when the door is opened, closed or latched? Do the knobs and door lock operate properly or do they need some lubrication or possible adjustments? Sometimes just tightening the screws of the hardware will eliminate problems. I often noticed that when the doorknob screws were positioned top to bottom instead of side to side, the privacy lock would not work properly. Check the orientation of the doorknob screws. They should be parallel with the floor. Check to see if the deadbolt latches are able to fully extend into the mortise hole in the jamb. If the deadbolt latch does not fully extend, the bolt can be pushed back into the unlocked position. Try this if you have access to a deadbolt lock. With the door open, engage the deadbolt part way. Stop before you hear the "click" of the lock mechanism. Push on the bolt. You will actually be able to push the bolt back into the door with your finger. Push on the bolt after you hear the "click." The bolt will not move. If you are not able to hear or feel the "click" when locking the deadbolt, the lock is not properly engaged. The mortise hole in the jamb is not deep enough to allow the bolt to travel far enough to fully engage. It is not secure. Home inspectors will report on the presence of double deadbolt locks. Some will report them as a hazard. Double deadbolts are those locks that can only be opened from the outside or the inside with a key. My reports used to say this: FYI: A locked double deadbolt lock could be a hazard in the event of an emergency if the key is not available. I recommend double deadbolt locks be replaced before the home inspector arrives. Check the striker plates in the jamb. If the striker plates are loose, damaged or missing, repair or replace them. Check the jamb itself. Is it split, damaged, deteriorated or water stained? Make a note on any of these conditions. Home inspectors and termite contractors carefully investigate water stains found around doorframes. Water intrusion is a serious issue particularly when addressing walls and exterior siding. Exterior doors will need to be weather-stripped. There should not be any light passing in around the door from the exterior. Pay particular attention to the sweep at the bottom of the door. Weather-stripping is inexpensive and easy to install. The bottom sweep can usually be adjusted downward to sweep the threshold properly. Is there a doorstopper preventing the knob from hitting the wall? As you move into other areas of the building, check the condition and operation of any bifold, bypass and accordion closet doors. Along with the considerations mentioned above, they should slide in the tracks and operate with ease without coming off the track or dragging the floor covering. Broken mirrors on bypass closet doors should be replaced. When checking any interior or exterior double doors, determine if the pins of the secondary door can be properly secured at the top and bottom. Do they operate and engage smoothly? Check patio doors and screen doors for smooth operation and proper locking. Home inspectors will report missing or damaged screen doors. Patio doors often have window coverings. Many home inspectors do not report on window coverings but you should check and note their condition to be sure they operate properly. Your Realtor will usually not recommend replacing window coverings unless the home shows badly. The buyers will probably want to select their own. On many of my inspections the buyers were present. I could hear them discussing how they would redecorate the building to reflect their own personality. New floor and window coverings were almost always on the list for replacement. Realtors often suggest cleaning or removing these items but not replacing them. The glazing in patio doors should be tempered. Check for lost dual pane seals in dual pane patio doors and the fixed glazing. Fire doors are an important consideration. Such doors are located between the living space and an attached garage. They may also be located at the stairway to the basement or any other area that may contain flammable materials, a water heater or furnace. Fire doors should have an operable automatic closer that will cause the door to self close and latch when it is released. If the fire door has an automatic closer but does not latch when it is released, the closer should be adjusted or replaced. Sometimes the floor covering can obstruct the proper operation of the closer causing the door to drag. Fire doors are installed to suppress fire from entering into a living space but only for a limited amount of time. Any modifications to these doors create a possible hazard, such as a pet door. Pet doors installed in a fire door compromises its fire suppression function. I realize we need to help our pets get in and out of our buildings for obvious reasons. I have pets too, but you need to know the home inspector will write up a fire door that has a pet door installed. Some home inspectors will write up a fire door that has a door stop installed because it overrides the purpose and proper function of the door. The swing direction of a door is also VERY IMPORTANT. The code requires a 36" landing if a door swings out over a step. HAZARD A door should not swing out over a step as a person could trip and fall. This error is common when homeowner alterations are conducted. Keep in mind that we are primarily concerned with the appearance and operation of the doors. Interior hollow core doors with holes larger than a nail or screw should probably be replaced. Exterior doorjambs that are deteriorated at the threshold may also have to be replaced. Probing with an awl or screwdriver in these areas will help you determine if deterioration is present. Check all the remaining doors in the house using the same procedures stated above. Again, do not be discouraged when you find an item. That is the reason for the work you are doing. ______________________________ DOOR FINDINGS: REMEDIES AND SOLUTIONS HARDWARE OPERATION If you notice a lot of play or movement at the door hinge area, it may mean that the screws are loose. If so, tighten them with a screwdriver. A screw that will not tighten could mean that it is stripped. A longer screw may be required to secure the hinge into the jamb. Be sure to use a screw with the proper bevel and head size or it could interfere with the hinges ability to close properly. Doors that do not latch could indicate a number of issues. A very common occurrence is a door that will latch during one part of the year or season and not during another. This is an indication of normal changes in the shape of the building during temperature or humidity variations. Plumb bob The design of the striker plate will usually account for these variations unless the plate was not installed in the proper position during construction. The door may be warped or the doorframe may be out of plumb (a plumb bob or a plummet is a weight with a pointed tip on the bottom that is suspended from a string and used as a vertical reference line. This instrument has been used since the time of the ancient Egyptians by bricklayers, masons and carpenters to ensure that their constructions are "plumb", or perfectly upright. The plumb bob is still used to this day but the builders level has replaced this ancient tool in most construction applications.) Doors that bind, stick, open or close by themselves may do so for the same reason the doors do not latch. The hinges might be loose, the striker plate may need to be adjusted or the doorjamb may need to be repositioned. A qualified handyman should be able to adjust or repair a door or jamb that is out of alignment or not plumb. You could also hire a licensed contractor to refit the door. Although a bit more complicated, secondary doors that do not secure properly are usually adjustable provided the internal hardware is operating properly. Knobs and locks that do not operate properly may require lubrication. Dry graphite is recommended rather than oil based lubricants. Oil will accelerate the problem by attracting more dirt. A locksmith can help with fussy knobs and locks. Install any missing or damaged striker plates. CONDITION Jambs and Frame Cracks in the jamb and around the hinges can be filled with putty or caulking if not too badly damaged. Repainting the trim will be optional, depending on your particular situation and realtors recommendation. Door The door surface itself is often difficult to repair if badly damaged or worn. Cracks in the door edge can be filled with putty or caulking if not too badly damaged. If the door drags the floor covering or binds in the casement frame, it may have to be shaved to allow for more clearance. This can happen when new thicker flooring materials like hardwood, tile or carpet are installed. If simple repairs can bring a door back to serviceability thats good. However, if the door is damaged so badly that repairs would cost nearly as much as a new door, replace it. 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Repairing Interior Pocket Doors Interior pocket doors are a great feature in a home. With limited space you can have a door disappear into the wall. Need to close the door? Just slide it back and you have privacy. It is that sliding and disappearing feature that causes some special problems. In this article we will identify the problems you may encounter with a pocket door. Most problems can be repaired without too much difficulty. Can you fix a door that has gone off the track? Do you need to replace the rollers? How do you get inside the wall to fix a problem? Can you lubricate the rollers? These are all questions you may be asking. The following paragraphs will address them. The majority of the issues with pocket doors will be related to the roller-hanger assembly. The rollers keep the door on the track, provide adjustment for the alignment of the door and carry the weight of the door. No mystery then that most repairs will involve doing something with this assembly. Lubricating Interior Pocket Doors For doors that are stiff and difficult to operate, lubrication is probably the answer. The door rollers are a moving part with bearings that can get stiff. Lubrication can loosen them up and save your back. A word of caution, this needs to be controlled lubrication. Dont go out to the garage and get a grease gun, you will be sorry. Remember that this is a finished portion of your home and grease or oil running down the door will not be pretty. Get a good quality silicone spray lubricant. You should be able to get one suitable for this purpose at a home supply or hardware store for around $5. This type of spray usually comes with a narrow plastic tube that allows you to surgically apply the lubricant. It should say on the can that it is suitable for interior home hardware applications. For interior pocket doors, the roller-hanger assemblies are located on the top of the door near each end. You will need to have the door closed to see both of them. There is a narrow gap between the top of the door and the track. Use a flashlight if you need to, but you should be able to see the rollers. Most pocket doors have four rollers for each hanger. With a rag in hand, judiciously spray the rollers with the lubricant. You will probably need to get on both sides of the door to get at all of the rollers. Work the door back and forth until the rollers move smoothly. Add a little more spray as required, until you are satisfied with the operation. Adjusting Interior Pocket Doors Another major problem with interior pocket doors is alignment. Is the door rubbing on the floor? Does the latch refuse to catch? Is there a gap along the side of the door when it is closed? Yes to any of these questions means you have some alignment problems. Adjusting the pocket door hangers will solve most if not all of these problems. You can see the hangers in the gap between the top of the door and the track. The hangers are threaded and will have an adjustment nut at the bottom, near the attachment to the door. The hardware that came with the door probably had one of those thin special wrenches in it. Got any idea where that wrench it now? No, dont feel bad, its probably in your builders warehouse. A thin profile adjustable or open end wrench should work. You will need to have the door closed to see both hangers. Keep in mind that any adjustment to the hangers will affect all four sides of the door. Adjusting the front hanger up will cause the bottom of the door to move toward the strike side of the frame. The two hangers will work against each other. An adjustment to the rear hanger will work opposite of the front hanger. So are you confused at this point? Dont feel bad, its common. You just need to get a mental picture of what you are trying to do. If the door is straight in the opening and you just need to pick it up? In this case you adjust both hangers up the same amount. Is the door hitting the door frame on the bottom before the top? For this situation you want to adjust the front of the door down or the back of the door up. You only have so much adjustment on each hanger. Sometimes you will need to adjust a little on one hanger and a little in the opposite direction on the other hanger. Putting Interior Pocket Doors Back on Track Obviously, you need a way to take an interior pocket door off when necessary. As a result a removal feature is built into the hanger assembly. The down side to this is that the pocket door can come loose and pop off the hanger. Putting them back on is not too difficult. Again we need to go to that narrow space that is between the top of the door and the track. The door will have a hanger clip that is attached to the top of the door. This clip has a preformed pocket in it that allows the door to slide onto the threaded hanger. There should be a retaining feature next to it. Release the retainer and then pick the door back up and slide the clip onto the hanger. With the door in place you can reset the retainer. Wait a minute, is it the rear hanger? Is it lost somewhere in that cavern that you cant get to? Take a breath, it is not that terrible. It is, however, a bit more work. You will need to take the door completely off to solve this problem. The door should not be that heavy, but help is a good idea. Release the retainer on the front clip. Slide the front of the door off the hanger and set it aside for a minute. Lean it against the wall where it wont get knocked over. The other hanger is somewhere inside that pocket that you thought was a great idea until now. Fortunately, the other hanger is on rollers and you can use something to slide it out to a location you can get to. A broom handle or some other fairly thin, long stiff object will work. Try to find the end of the track with the broom handle and then slide it in the groove until you come to the roller. Keep coming forward until you can get to it. To re-hang the door you release the retainer on the back hanger first. Put the door onto this hanger while employing the services of a helper. Slide the retainer back into place to secure it. Align the door with the opening in the wall and slide the door several inches into the pocket. Attach the door to the second hanger and secure the retainer. The door should slide back and forth now. Repairing Interior Pocket Doors Summary This article covered three interior pocket door repair topics that should cover the majority of problems you will face. Lubrication is a big factor, keep the rollers lubricated and your door should work smoothly. Door alignment can also cause troubles. Adjusting the hangers is not hard, it just takes some patience. Finally we discussed a door that has fallen off the hanger. None of these repairs should be that difficult or require the services of a professional. Hopefully, you saved yourself a few dollars.

Repairing Interior Pocket Doors Interior pocket doors are a great feature in a home. With limited space you can have a door disappear into the wall. Need to close the door? Just slide it back and you have privacy. It is that sliding and disappearing feature that causes some special problems. In this article we will identify the problems you may encounter with a pocket door. Most problems can be repaired without too much difficulty. Can you fix a door that has gone off the track? Do you need to replace the rollers? How do you get inside the wall to fix a problem? Can you lubricate the rollers? These are all questions you may be asking. The following paragraphs will address them. The majority of the issues with pocket doors will be related to the roller-hanger assembly. The rollers keep the door on the track, provide adjustment for the alignment of the door and carry the weight of the door. No mystery then that most repairs will involve doing something with this assembly. Lubricating Interior Pocket Doors For doors that are stiff and difficult to operate, lubrication is probably the answer. The door rollers are a moving part with bearings that can get stiff. Lubrication can loosen them up and save your back. A word of caution, this needs to be controlled lubrication. Dont go out to the garage and get a grease gun, you will be sorry. Remember that this is a finished portion of your home and grease or oil running down the door will not be pretty. Get a good quality silicone spray lubricant. You should be able to get one suitable for this purpose at a home supply or hardware store for around $5. This type of spray usually comes with a narrow plastic tube that allows you to surgically apply the lubricant. It should say on the can that it is suitable for interior home hardware applications. For interior pocket doors, the roller-hanger assemblies are located on the top of the door near each end. You will need to have the door closed to see both of them. There is a narrow gap between the top of the door and the track. Use a flashlight if you need to, but you should be able to see the rollers. Most pocket doors have four rollers for each hanger. With a rag in hand, judiciously spray the rollers with the lubricant. You will probably need to get on both sides of the door to get at all of the rollers. Work the door back and forth until the rollers move smoothly. Add a little more spray as required, until you are satisfied with the operation. Adjusting Interior Pocket Doors Another major problem with interior pocket doors is alignment. Is the door rubbing on the floor? Does the latch refuse to catch? Is there a gap along the side of the door when it is closed? Yes to any of these questions means you have some alignment problems. Adjusting the pocket door hangers will solve most if not all of these problems. You can see the hangers in the gap between the top of the door and the track. The hangers are threaded and will have an adjustment nut at the bottom, near the attachment to the door. The hardware that came with the door probably had one of those thin special wrenches in it. Got any idea where that wrench it now? No, dont feel bad, its probably in your builders warehouse. A thin profile adjustable or open end wrench should work. You will need to have the door closed to see both hangers. Keep in mind that any adjustment to the hangers will affect all four sides of the door. Adjusting the front hanger up will cause the bottom of the door to move toward the strike side of the frame. The two hangers will work against each other. An adjustment to the rear hanger will work opposite of the front hanger. So are you confused at this point? Dont feel bad, its common. You just need to get a mental picture of what you are trying to do. If the door is straight in the opening and you just need to pick it up? In this case you adjust both hangers up the same amount. Is the door hitting the door frame on the bottom before the top? For this situation you want to adjust the front of the door down or the back of the door up. You only have so much adjustment on each hanger. Sometimes you will need to adjust a little on one hanger and a little in the opposite direction on the other hanger. Putting Interior Pocket Doors Back on Track Obviously, you need a way to take an interior pocket door off when necessary. As a result a removal feature is built into the hanger assembly. The down side to this is that the pocket door can come loose and pop off the hanger. Putting them back on is not too difficult. Again we need to go to that narrow space that is between the top of the door and the track. The door will have a hanger clip that is attached to the top of the door. This clip has a preformed pocket in it that allows the door to slide onto the threaded hanger. There should be a retaining feature next to it. Release the retainer and then pick the door back up and slide the clip onto the hanger. With the door in place you can reset the retainer. Wait a minute, is it the rear hanger? Is it lost somewhere in that cavern that you cant get to? Take a breath, it is not that terrible. It is, however, a bit more work. You will need to take the door completely off to solve this problem. The door should not be that heavy, but help is a good idea. Release the retainer on the front clip. Slide the front of the door off the hanger and set it aside for a minute. Lean it against the wall where it wont get knocked over. The other hanger is somewhere inside that pocket that you thought was a great idea until now. Fortunately, the other hanger is on rollers and you can use something to slide it out to a location you can get to. A broom handle or some other fairly thin, long stiff object will work. Try to find the end of the track with the broom handle and then slide it in the groove until you come to the roller. Keep coming forward until you can get to it. To re-hang the door you release the retainer on the back hanger first. Put the door onto this hanger while employing the services of a helper. Slide the retainer back into place to secure it. Align the door with the opening in the wall and slide the door several inches into the pocket. Attach the door to the second hanger and secure the retainer. The door should slide back and forth now. Repairing Interior Pocket Doors Summary This article covered three interior pocket door repair topics that should cover the majority of problems you will face. Lubrication is a big factor, keep the rollers lubricated and your door should work smoothly. Door alignment can also cause troubles. Adjusting the hangers is not hard, it just takes some patience. Finally we discussed a door that has fallen off the hanger. None of these repairs should be that difficult or require the services of a professional. Hopefully, you saved yourself a few dollars.

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