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Top 5 Door Repair in Melbourne, VIC

Clear Breeze Security Doors
Melbourne, VIC (0.8km from Melbourne)
Clear Breeze Security Doors offer several different sales & installation services including security screen doors, window security grilles, lock replacements & repair services and more. No matter if you need to have a new security door installed, add security locks or repair your existing security door, Clear Breeze Security Doors are here for you. All of their doors, hardware and additional products come with a 12-month warranty, which is an additional benefit.

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Canon Doors & Shower Screens
Brunswick, VIC (5.2km from Melbourne)
Canon Doors & Shower Screens is a family-owned and operated business working with clients across Melbourne for over four decades. They provide, install and repair security doors, timber doors, shower screens, fly screens, wardrobes, mirrors and all types of building hardware and accessories. Most of the products they supply come straight from their factory, and if you have a particular design you want to get, you can even request a custom-built product and get something that you'll be delighted with.

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AAA Security Doors
Clayton, VIC (17.7km from Melbourne)
AAA Security Doors provide expert installation and repair services of security doors in Dandenong, Moorabbin, Bentleigh, Highett, Oakleigh, Clayton and other surrounding suburbs. They offer honest advice, free, no-obligation quotes and customized services to residents in Melbourne. They help their clients increase or upgrade their security, using superior door meshes, specialized lock systems and other methods so they can feel safe and secure in their home.

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Aaa Panels And Roller Doors
Caroline Springs, VIC (21.8km from Melbourne)
AAA Panels and Roller Doors are an engineering company that specializes in residential garage door maintenance. They are experts in garage door installations, maintenance and repairs and are committed to providing clients across Melbourne's West with high-quality products and services at affordable rates. They've been in the business for almost three decades, and in that time they've built strong relationships with residential homeowners and real-estate agents across Melbourne's Western Suburbs.

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Doors Today
Boronia, VIC (28.1km from Melbourne)
With their qualified and experienced team of door and window specialists, Doors Today can provide customers with all types of supply, installation, maintenance and repair services at affordable rates. They cover the entire process from start to finish, including all steel and timber structural work, plastering and brickwork cutting and everything else in between. They are a family run business, and they provide honest, reliable and professional services to clients in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne.

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Frequently asked questions

How much clearance is needed when hanging a door?

To make sure you don't have to struggle every time you open and close your door you'll need to measure the height and width of the old door or the framing, then use those measurements to buy the right size door. If your old door was a good fit, you could look for a door with the same measurements. If you're measuring the framing, a good rule of thumb is to allow a 2mm gap and both sides of the door and on top, and an 8 mm gap on the bottom.

How do you paint a prehung door?

Before you begin painting, you'll need to choose the right colour and select the right tools for the job. Then, you'll need to prep your door for painting. You can either decide to paint your door in place or paint it on a sawhorse. Remove or protect the door's knobs and hinges using painter's tape and start painting.

How do you fix a gap in a door?

Assess the opening to determine where the incorrect gap is occurring. Sometimes gaps can be caused by loose or missing screws. Make sure all screws are in place and are tightened. Check to see if all the hinges are the same size and be careful not to mix in standard and heavyweight hinges. If you keep seeing light coming in through the door, you may need to replace your old weather stripping to give your door a nice seal and fix the gap.

How much space should be between door and door jamb?

There should be a space of 2mm between the door and door jamb around the sides and on top, and an 8 mm space on the bottom. If your door doesn't fit these requirements, you will need to make further adjustments, so it fits correctly.

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