This is where the magnetic catches and the 1" x 3" board come in.I screwed the magnetic catch to the top, inside corner of the door (photo 5).
Only for one of the kids to attack the door in an attempt to get a handful of goldfish. Since I always seem to struggle with hinges I have taken a picture of the ones that worked for us. And remove all hardware, top track, hinges between door, and any hardware along the bottom of the door. We hung our doors and realized there was a screw on the bottom of one of the doors that we hadn’t removed and was now scratching the floor. You will need one person to hold the door and another to drill. You can see my little helper vacuuming up the dust.
The hinges and magnetic catch were bought at Home Depot. Measure & mark on the door where you want each of the hinges (same on each door). Be sure to hang the door high enough so that it catches the magnetic catch.
In the past patio doors would always come with frames which were often bulky, large and rather unappealing.
Also these frames often impaired the view of the outside but with our innovative frameless glass sliding doors there is no frame to worry about!
They are often used as glass interior doors to separate two rooms within the home and in this situation the interior glass doors will be designed to provide the best and most appropriate application for this particular use.
Another use of the sliding glass door, and perhaps the most popular, is to act as a traditional patio door.As a family owned business, Armadi Closets understands that quality and customer service come first.We offer each of our clients individual attention and customized care.I've never been a fan of the bi-fold doors on our bedroom closet.My biggest complaint is that when the doors are open, as you see in the second photo, portions of the closet are almost inaccessible.We pride ourselves on being a leader in innovative closet design.