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By: Bobby C.
Door Masters Of Texas
I purchased a solid wood with the high end glass and side lights for over $3k. Although our door faces West, the porch overhang is ten feet & we have an oak tree as well to block the sun. The door was gorgeous & installation was adequate. When the door needed refinishing last May, they advised me to send it back to them & pay $500 for the best job. Less than a year later, the door looks weathered & needs refinishing again. Jim sent their guy that did the work & he suggested a redo for $250. Unacceptable, I called Jim & explained how I felt less than a year after their best job. Charles was to call me 3 weeks ago & I have not heard from them. The original finish look much better after 3 years than the door looks know. They do not seem interested in standing behind their work. Would never do business with them again
By: H.
J P Doors
John of JP Doors is great! So is Vernon his helper. He fixed my back door, front door and gate. His work is top notch and old school who does not cut back on shoddy work. His prices are reasonable as well. My wife and I could not have been more pleased with out selection to use JP Door. Highly recommend him to anyone who wants a quality repair.
By: R6 J.
Espitias Cabinet & Door Makers Inc
BUYER BEWARE!! The worst experience of my 35 years in construction! It took Juana FIVE times to get the estimate correct; every single aspect of it was wrong even though my clients and I went into their "showroom". Once we got the order corrected, she over charged me on the initial deposit. The worst part was that it took them FOUR attempts to deliver the correct products. The materials were wrong, the counts were wrong, the sizes were way off, and the styles were incorrect! Customer service was non-existent and I was lied to repeatedly by everyone I spoke with. Filo Espitia (whose name is on the business as well as the business card they stapled to my brochure the first day) told me that he was just a delivery driver and couldn't help me. Then they charged the second half without my authorization ten days prior to completion of the order; we still went through two more remakes after they charged me! According to all of the estimates they sent me, the second charge is due at completion, but the invoice (that you will never see unless you demand a copy), states different terms. I was supposed to be issued a credit for the second half, but shockingly it never came. When I went back to the showroom, Juana lied to me again and said that she couldn't process the credit that someone else had to do it despite the fact that Clemente (the other owner) told me he would have her do it that day. We are currently filing a legal dispute.
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By: Timmothy C.
Door Masters Of Texas
DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY!!!! I wish I would have read this before I purchased my door from them. Same as everyone else. I was told 3 weeks and it has been 3 months and still awaiting. Building a new house and I am almost completed with it but still do not have a front door for it. It is a shame that I can build a house faster than they can make 1 DOOR. I call and call and they say they will call back but never do.
By: Michael A.
GlassCraft Direct
I visited GlassCraft on the advice of my friend. Betty was the most pleasant floor rep I have ever encountered. My schedule was very accommodated. The door was a super quality door. The installer Gabriel was very professional and he installed the door very well and neatly. Gabriel cleaned up my garage before he left. I will buy again from GlassCraft and I will certainly recommend GlassCraft.
By: Catherine R.
Door Outlet Center
Save your money. This guy is an unethical con man. He lies about the quality of his doors. They are poor quality and not solid wood doors as he promises. They are particle board doors meshed with wood and laminate material. He charges you for solid wood doors. They don't last 2 years. We are suing him in JP court. Don't believe a thing Mr. Fife says.
By: Stewart M.
Door Masters Of Texas
My wife and I purchased a front door and sidelights. We explained up front how we needed it installed quickly and asked if that would be a problem. We were planning to put the house on the market for the start of summer. The salesman said 3 weeks was normal but they could do it in 2 weeks or a day or two less. I have called 3 times to inquire how things were progressing and 3 times been told they would call me back later that day. None of the times did I get a call back. Today is the 3 week mark and I demanded to know when the door would be installed. Answer: Another week. They seem so unconcerned that my calls were not returned. Unbothered that the project is running twice as long as promised or that we are missing the beginning of the summer selling season. Terribly unprofessional. I told the salesman I would leave them poor is my promise fulfilled.
By: Jonathan S.
Door Masters Of Texas
My wife and I purchased a front door and a back door from Door Masters of Texas. Charlie took his time to explain everything thoroughly, and our initial visits were nice. After we paid for the doors (yes... we decided to pay for both doors up front... and they were not cheap) we were told it would be at least 2 1/2 weeks before installation. It took over a month. The back door was the hold up, because they kept saying it hadn't arrived. Even though we were anxious to receive our new doors, our main issue was the lack of communication. I learned about the back door not coming in after calling. They could have at least picked up the phone to communicate what was going on. So one Monday, instead of calling, I decided to visit their store. Well to my surprise, the back door had arrived and had just been freshly painted. The front door was already stained and the polyurethane already applied. Ken took me in the back to view both doors, and I was pleased and very impressed. Danny and Ben showed up the following Saturday to install the doors and they did an EXCELLENT job. The doors are beautiful, and the house looks and feels totally different. Danny and Ben were very professional and made sure to stay until the job was complete. No rushing... they took their time, even though there were a few challenges. The end result is amazing. The only reason I am not giving the company a 4 or 5 rating (like I would love to) is because of the communication after the sell. They have quality doors and their installation team is very professional. They just have to work on making sure they keep their customers in the loop.
By: C S.
Abco Door & Service
ABCO did a wonderful job replacing metal doors at my new business location. They also serviced my roll up doors. Fast service that was done right. Can't ask for nicer people.
By: A G.
Door Masters Of Texas
Please don't use this company. I have the same complaints as everyone else - the door was of very poor quality and will need to be repaired or replaced soon even though it is less than a year old. Complaints to the owner, Charles, were totally ignored. I feel he knows very well that he's scamming people out of A LOT of money (my door cost over $2,000), and banks on the fact that no one will sue him. I will be filing suit against this company! Don't make the same mistake I did!
Tips & Advices
Basic screen-door fixes can be pretty cheap, and most can be DIY fixes. Replacing a door closer can cost less than $15. Door hinges and latches are usually less than $10, unless you are getting really fancy. You’ll probably only need a basic screwdriver and possibly some screws or shims. Replacing the mesh can be more difficult, so weigh the value of mesh replacement vs. full door replacement when considering the actual screen replacement.
Screen door installation, for a standard swinging door (not a sliding screen), is relatively inexpensive. Depending on your area, expect to pay $50-$100 for installation costs. The doors themselves are usually inexpensive and can be as low as $40 (beware of the quality). If you are handy around the house, installing a screen door can be a great DIY opportunity.
A screen-door closer, or a pneumatic cylinder, is a device connecting the screen door to the door jamb. It is usually located at the top of the door and is designed to close the screen door automatically after opening. They can be easily adjusted to quicken or slow the door’s closing speed.
To stop a screen door from slamming shut, adjust the door closer, usually located at the top of the door. There is a cylinder inside the door closer that controls how fast or slow the door closes, and it is usually adjustable with a simple screw driver. If adjusting makes no difference, the door closer might be faulty and need replacing – a low-cost DIY project that requires minimal time and tools.
The most common cause of a sagging screen door is loose or worn hinge screws that attach the screen to the door frame. If they are loose, you can tighten them yourself. A loose latch between the door and the door frame is also a common cause of sagging. Again, check the screws and tighten them up if they’re loose.

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