How To Remove Sliding Glass Door
Replacing a sliding glass door can seem like a challenge, but you don’t need to call a professional just yet. In many cases, savvy homeowners can handle the task themselves, which can be a great money saver.
Whether your current sliding glass door is damaged or just doesn’t reflect your personal aesthetics, the first step in the larger replacement process is to get the existing glass doors out of the way. Here’s what you need to do if you want to tackle this project DIY-style.
If your current glass door is broken or cracked, make sure to put on gloves and safety glasses before beginning any part of the removal process. This ensures you are better protected from glass shards that may come loose as you manipulate the door.