Andersen 200 Series Patio Door – Andersen is a family business founded in 1903. Andersen sells a variety of windows and doors, including doors, and patio doors come in a variety of styles and sizes. It has a sturdy structure that gets centered in an opening in the wall built into the wall of your house. The Andersen patio door allows a lot of light in one room and offers an alternative exit or entry point. Request a friend to assist you with the installation because Andersen patio doors are pretty heavy.
Place the Andersen patio door frame on a flat work surface. The ends of each piece are contoured to fit hermetically together to form a rectangle. Press the pieces’ end hard. Insert a screw that is supplied through each of the screw holes and tighten them to hold the frame together. Measure the width of the opening in the wall and add 12 inches. Place a tube of silicone putty in a putty gun and cut the tip. Run two drops of putty along the threshold of the opening in the wall.
Nail through the top left a flap of the frame to hold the frame in place. Attach 2-inch screws through the wood wedges and frame and into the opening in the wall. Fill the holes in the bracket screws with a little silicone putty before driving the 2-inch screws through them. Cover fin nailed to the frame with aluminum tape. Lift sliding panel of patio door Andersen on the outer track. Go inside and slide the panel closed. Slide the sliding panel open. Insert the latch into the hole in the edge of the panel. Use the supplied screws to hold the handle together.