Entry Door Replacement Glass Inserts

by TaylorDoorCo on August 29, 2013


Do you have a glass front door? Your glass front door probably has a glass insert. Through the years, the glass insert in your door might have signs of usual wear and tear. Are there any scratches or chips in your glass door? You could pay someone to come and fix it, wasting your time and money, or you could do it yourself! With the help of DIY Door Store, doing your own entry door replacement glass inserts is easy and cost efficient!

DIY Guide to Entry Door Replacement Glass Inserts

Before you start fixing your entry door replacement glass inserts, make sure you have the essential tools and materials for this project.

  • Replacement glass insert
  • Hammer
  • Finishing nails
  • Tape measure
  • Caulk
  • Putty knife
  • Gloves

Simple Steps to Repair Entry Door Glass Inserts

  • Remove original nails and caulk, using the putty knife.
  • Remove frame holding glass in place.
  • Remove the worn glass.
  • Put new, fitted glass into door.
  • Apply caulk to hold the new glass in.
  • Replace the frame around the glass and use the finishing nails to hold it.

These instructions are a fast, reliable way to replace your entry door glass inserts yourself! Check out other materials you can use to repair your entry door!

Use DIY to Do It Yourself!

Visit DIY Door Store for any door and door parts. DIY offers a large variety of door parts for different door producers in Metro Detroit, including, Taylor Door, Masonite, Therma-Tru, and Sears, are just a few of the companies that DIY carries parts for. Once you get the parts you need, watch the tutorial video on how to fix the door yourself! Contact DIY online or call today at 888-998-DOOR.

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