There are many types of rust-resistant iron doors, but the one that has caught the eye of many is the sliding glass doors.
While these doors are commonly installed with iron hinges, the process of sliding them open is far more labor-intensive than that of the iron door.
While many doors have a sliding door, a more common way to install a sliding iron door is with an air-tight, metal door frame.
In the case of sliding iron doors you can find a variety of options on the market, including a steel door frame, steel door hinges, and even a wooden door frame that will have a metal latch.
Here’s what you need to know about the sliding iron and how to install it.
Sliding iron doors can be installed with a variety or styles of hinges.
Here are some of the options: The sliding door hinges pictured above are the standard version and are usually the easiest to install.
While they can be removed with a screwdriver, they require a strong wrench and a little bit of attention.
They’re typically installed with two screws that go inside the door frame and a second that goes outside.
Here, you can see the door hinge on the left and the frame on the right.
The sliding door hinge pictured above is a steel one that is often available.
If you can’t find one that’s compatible with your door frame (a lot of doors are made with steel doors), you can also get the standard steel door hinge, which requires a standard bolt that goes inside the frame and has a second bolt that attaches to the outside of the door.
Here is the bolt on the bottom of the sliding door frame pictured above.
There are also a number of other styles of sliding doors, including the plastic door hinge.
A plastic hinge requires the door to be fitted with a plastic latch, which will have two screws on the inside and one on the outside.
The latch requires a bolt that sits inside the plastic hinge and a metal spring on the top of the latch.
The bottom photo above shows the plastic latch pictured above, which is commonly available in most doors.
The second photo shows the metal latch that comes with the plastic doors pictured above and a third photo shows a door that has a metal door hinge installed with the sliding hinge pictured below.
Here are the steps required to install sliding iron hinges:1.
Get a door frame for your door, like the one pictured above2.
Place the door on a flat surface, such as a wall or floor.3.
Place a metal bolt in the door and attach the bolt to the doorframe.4.
Slide the door over the latch to open it and remove the latch5.
Pull the bolt off the latch and replace it with a new one6.
Repeat the steps to install the sliding hinges7.
To install a metal doors hinge, place a metal hinge bolt on one side of the metal door and a wooden hinge bolt in another side.
The hinge bolts need to go inside and outside of your door and need to have a pin or spring inside.8.
Remove the sliding doors hinges by pulling the hinges out with a hammer.9.
Install the sliding metal door hinges in the same manner as the sliding steel door frames.10.
Enjoy your new door!