Patio Track Components
We stock roller wheels/bogies and top track sliders in this section.
In this category, you can find all the bogies for patio we have available.
Patio Door Roller Wheels
These are the roller wheels located at the bottom of an inline sliding patio doors.
Patio Top Track Plastic Sliders
These are most commonly made out of black plastic. They connect to metal arms at the top of the upvc patio door and slide inside the top track.
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GU Tilt & Slide Patio Bogie Wheels 38514£105.00See Product
Slimline Patio Door Roller Wheels£17.45See Product
Single Wheel Patio Door Rollers – Type 1£28.50See Product
Single Wheel Patio Door Rollers – Type 2£31.25See Product
High Stack Patio Door Roller Wheels£21.50See Product
Siegenia top track slider£12.90See Product
GU top track slider£17.95See Product
Low Stack Patio Door Roller Wheels£19.95See Product
What are Patio Rollers?
Patio Rollers are essentially the wheels located at the bottom of inline sliding patio doors. They play a vital role in the smooth operation of the door by providing a mechanism for the door to glide easily along the track. The rollers are usually fastened from beneath the glass, requiring the bottom section of the patio frame to be removed to gain access to the fixing screws.
How to Use Patio Rollers?
Patio Rollers are used by being installed at the bottom of the sliding patio doors. They enable the door to move back and forth along the track smoothly. These rollers are fastened under the glass of the door, and secured in place by screws located on both sides of the frame. To access or adjust the patio rollers, you would need to lift the door out of its frame and lay it flat.
How to Adjust Patio Door Rollers?
Adjusting patio door rollers typically involves the following steps:
1.) First, remove the door from its track by lifting it straight up and out. It’s recommended to get help as patio doors can be quite heavy.
2.) Lay the door flat on a secure surface to prevent any damage to the glass.
3.) Locate the adjusting screws on the bottom of the door. These screws control the height of the rollers.
4.) To adjust the height of the door, turn the screws. Turning them clockwise will raise the door, and turning them counter-clockwise will lower it.
5.) Once adjusted, replace the door back on its track and check if it slides smoothly. If not, you may need to adjust the rollers further.
Please note that while this is a general guide, the specifics may vary depending on the particular model of your patio door.
How to Change Patio Door Rollers?
Changing patio door rollers generally follows these steps:
1.) First, remove the door from its track. This is done by lifting it straight up and out. Patio doors can be heavy, so assistance may be needed.
2.) Lay the door flat on a safe and secure surface.
3.) The rollers are typically located at the bottom of the door, held in place by screws. Locate these screws and remove them to free the roller assembly.
4.) Once the old roller assembly is removed, replace it with the new one. Ensure that the new roller assembly is the correct type and size for your door.
5.) Reinstall the screws, securing the new roller assembly in place.
6.) Place the door back on its track.
7.) As with the adjustment, this is a general guide, and specifics may vary depending on your particular patio door model. It’s also important to note that if you’re not comfortable doing these tasks yourself, you should hire a professional to avoid potential damage or injury.