Repair and Restoration

Door Repairs by the Door Professionals

Our skilled professional installers guarantee top quality service and workmanship.

When it comes to door repair, homeowners and businesses trust Reed Doors & Windows. Our skilled professional installers guarantee top quality service and workmanship. We are industry experts and offer professional repairs and replacement for the following:

  1. Wood
  2. Fiberglass
  3. Steel Doors
  4. Vinyl Doors
  5. Thresholds
  6. Weather-stripping
  7. Locks hardware
  8. Interior French Doors
  9. Patio Doors
  10. Energy Efficient Windows
  11. Glass Panel Repair
  12. Window Glass Repair

We’ve Got a Fix For Your Door!

  • NEW FLOOR? We can adjust your existing door to add extra bottom clearance.
  • DOOR STICKS? We will get it swinging again!
  • TIRED OF LOCK OUT? We can replace your single or double-cylinder lock and in most cases, have it re-keyed to your existing one.
  • HARDWARE LOST ITS LUSTER? Replace with state-of-the-art handle sets featuring a variety of lifetime finishes.
  • WATER PENETRATION? We can replace old threshold and weather-stripping for watertight results.
  • JAMB& FRAME REPAIRS? We will replace or repair your damaged frames. Complete jambs are also available for existing or new openings, and can be replaced when installing your beautiful new hardwood door!
  • REINVIGORATE THE DOOR FINISH? Let us restore the original beauty of your hardwood door.

Restore a Beautiful Finish to Your Door

Refinish and Restoration Services

Bring back the beauty of your doors! Reed Doors & Windows can make your dull, weathered doors look like new again. Our refinish process is the best in the business. In addition we can provide replacement hardware, weather-strip and leaded glass repairs.

Reed Doors & Windows uses only the finest materials and craftsmanship to deliver the highest possible quality on every job. Our Refinishing Process Beautifies Any Size Entry Door!

Our Step-by-Step Process

  • Step 1 We carefully remove the door from hinges and replace it with a temporary non-operating door. The door is brought back to our shop and then existing hardware is removed. We then mask any glass and unaffected door edges
  • Step 2 Your old finish is stripped away using a commercial stripper ad a good bit of elbow grease. After cleaning this away, we begin sanding the wood to remove the old stain. We hand detail all the moldings, edges, and corners. Any cracks and separations are filled. The stain is then applied. After the stain has dried the first coat of finish is brushed on.
  • Step 3 The door is sanded with a medium grit sandpaper, wiped clean and the second coat of finish is applied.
  • Step 4 The door is sanded with a fine grit sandpaper, wiped clean and the third coat of finish is applied.
  • Step 5 After the final coat is dry, the door is detailed and readied for re-installation.