It can be frustrating when a door drags, creaks, or doesn’t close properly. If neglected, these types of problems can lead to higher maintenance costs, not to mention irritated users. Thankfully, there is a way to solve these problems. Lubrication, and adjustment of hinges and closers all help extend the life of a door.

When your doors don’t close properly, it also has a negative effect on your utility bills. Warm air leaking out of cracks and crevices can wreak havoc on your heating costs. Make sure to schedule door maintenance before the cold weather hits!

To know more, check out these articles: Maintaining Locks, Hinges, Closers and Exit Devices, and Door-Hardware Maintenance.