Unfortunately, what you will find is most new homes or new doors you buy from Bunnings and big stores like that is the quality of the internal parts are very cheap.
If you find the door you are using is currently made out of very cheap parts, then it might be worth replacing the door with something better.
One of the most common things we see is this.
You may have recently bought your new home and with a year or two, you notice one or two of the doors no longer slide like they used to.
Old style doors used to be quite heavy. In fact, even the modern sliding glass doors are quite heavy.
But at some stage, the original owner may have done a home sliding door repair job and replace the rollers with cheap parts.
It is these cheap parts which are causing the issue.
The cheap rollers cannot withstand the weight of the sliding glass or aluminium door and as such start to disintegrate and erode.
You will find they get chipped, cracked or just become loose.
If you have ever had a sliding door that jumps out of its track, this is the most likely cause.
So the most important thing you can do is get it repaired correctly.
Often, the door itself is fantastic and does not need to be repaired.
Instead, you want to find a quality sliding door repair company who uses high-quality parts as part of their service.
You see, with the weight of your current door, you are going to need quality rollers at the base of your door.
There are also springs inside many of these rollers, which help keep the door on the track and rolling smoothly.
When you view the base of your door, you may find it is very dirty.
The first thing you can do before you get your door repaired is to give it a good clean. This won’t magically make it work again, but it will remove many of the dirt and grime which is causing the issue.
A quality door repair service will move lift the door safely out of its track and then replace both the tracks and the rollers.
With all the dirt and grime, it is almost guaranteed you will need to replace the tracks. They are like very worn or perhaps even cracked and broken.