Closet Door Installation in Sacramento

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Closet Door Installation

Closet doors serve the unique function in your home of concealing the contents in your closets from plain view. These doors may be installed for all types of closets, including linen closets, coat closets, storage closets and bedroom closets. You may need to install a new closet door from time to time, and you can entrust the professionals at Sacramento Handyman to walk you through the closet door installation process regardless of how large or small your project is.

Installing A Replacement Door

Whether you have a standard interior door serving as a closet door, pocket doors or sliding mirrored or louvered doors, you may need to replace a door that has been damaged. In some cases, these doors can be repaired, and this can save you money in comparison to a full replacement. If you need to replace the door, homeowners generally want the new door to match in terms of color and style with the other doors in the home. A skilled contractor can help you to select the right door and hardware to use and can paint or stain the door to ensure an exact match. The goal with a replacement project is to install a door that blends flawlessly with the rest of the home.

Remodeling Your Home

If you are remodeling your home, you may have plans to replace all of the closet doors in the home. For example, you may want to replace louvered double doors with sliding or pull-out double doors. You may want to replace painted doors with stained doors, or you may want to update the hardware. There are many different approaches you can take when replacing the closet doors as part of a home remodeling or updating project. Your installation contractors can help you to select and install the perfect doors for your home.

Getting A Quote

Closet doors are an aesthetic feature in your home, but they are also functional features. Some closets may rarely be used, but many closet doors are opened and closed numerous times over the course of the day. Because of this, their function as well as their style should be considered when you are planning a new closet door installation Sacramento project. The level of skill and the amount of time required for the installation of different types of doors varies, so homeowners are encouraged to get a quote for their installation project before finalizing their project plans. By speaking with a contractor, you may be able to make a decision that is more functional or cost-effective for you.

Closet doors will need to be replaced from time to time, and this may be due to damage to the doors or because the homeowner wants to improve the function and style of doors throughout the home. When you are planning a smaller or larger closet door installation project, reach out to the professionals at Sacramento Handyman for assistance.

When you call 916-472-0507, you can set up an appointment with Sacramento Handyman and request a free quote for the work needed in your home.

12 thoughts on “Closet Door Installation in Sacramento

  1. I was extremely satisfied with Sacramento work. They completed the repair work quickly with no mess. They are courteous, professional and the price was very reasonable. Experts are also willing to do a small repair that others were not. I would highly recommend them.

  2. I’ve been in a serious search for a professional in closet door installation, it’s cool i stumbled on this post. I’ll have to contact sacramento Handy man for a special and amazing installation though my location is a bit far from mine, we’ll see to that.

  3. Sacramento would most-likely be the preferred choice for my new home. I really appreciate the need for companies to ensure a high level of professional regarding the task they handle.

  4. Sacramento Handyman is incredible! Fast, but precise beautiful work, undercut everybody else’s estimate. So unlike the typical obnoxious slipshod contractors out there I can’t say enough good things about them, best I ever hired. I got PERFECTION and nice Blog description in terms of Closet Door Installation. Thanks guys.

  5. To repair the door closer you will need to remove it from door and place vertically in a vise with valve end upwards, remove valve and slowly pour in a lightweight oil or transmission fluid while slowly working the arm back and forth to burp out the air and let in the oil, when no more air bubbles come out, place valve in closer then remount closer to the door adjust to your desired speed,

    I hope this helps,

  6. I got a door closer, while adjusting the speed the the adjustment screw looses and the oil spills, how do i fix it, what kind of oil or what grade of oil can I use to fill it back… Thank u

  7. Finally got it. The body attached to the door was upside down. Once reversed, everything else turned inward when the door pulled open and shut firmly after loosening the adjustment screws slowly. Not as simple as I thought it would be.

  8. I recently installed a door closer to almost exactly the same installation as the cartoon at the top of this page. I can’t even get to the point of adjusting the speeds, because once it is fully installed the door will not open. If you try to pull with more force, the body attached to the door looks like it wants to lift up and away from the door from the bottom.
    Hopefully that makes sense, but if it doesn’t I could imagine if I pulled the door open in this situation, the bottom two screws of the body would rip out of the door. Any help is greatly appreciated.

  9. I have a weird situation. The door closes correctly (sweep slow + latch fast) as long as the door is released from the full open position. But if the door is only partially opened and released, the sweep + latch are both too fast and the door just slams shut. What could be wrong?

  10. Can the hinge to door closer distance be changed? The installation instructions are very precise. For the installation I am planning I need to move the body of the closer 25 mm further from the hinge to clear an obstruction. How will this affect the operation of the closer?

  11. Hi: I am looking to replace a 3door pantry closet…. each door is 3 feet wide and 93 inches tall… the closet itself is 106 inches wide. I am looking for lightweight replacement doors.

  12. Looking to redo my bedroom as new sliding closet doors, repainting, and new wider baseboards, in the near future. Do you also paint rooms and baseboards along with installing closet doors and frames?

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2386 Fair Oaks Blvd, Sacramento CA 95824
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