Sliding door screen is one of the most widely used in the home. On top of that they are often the most poorly constructed doors, so little surprise that the doors tend to break regularly. What I mean when I say poorly constructed? Take for example your front door; the timber is often dense, almost two inches thick.
Sliding door screen you have thick tempered glass, surrounded by a thick aluminum frame that is screwed together. The screen door on the other side is often only held together at the corners with nothing more than friction and the support provided by a flexible mesh screen. Sailcloth got loose and corners get outdated until there is no more friction to hold them together. That’s when the screen door you start giving problems.
The first thing that happens when sliding door screen will lose is that he could no longer hold its rectangular shape. You pull on it and distort the frame intact and jam them against the track. How can you tell if a loose frame, go outside, keep the door in place at the bottom with your feet. Grab both sides of the screen door if possible. Try to gently move left to right without removing your foot.