We all know that the plastic door is a great tool for securing a door to a garage or apartment.
But what about if you want to secure a door that will slide into place with minimal effort?
Plastic door slides can help.
Plastic door slide maker Plasticsolid has created a slide that keeps its shape even when it’s being moved by your foot.
The slide is made from plastic and comes in various shapes.
The two-year warranty of Plasticsound comes from the manufacturer and is backed by a two-way radio that lets you know when the slide is ready to be installed.
The manufacturer also promises a lifetime guarantee against manufacturing defects.
“The product is designed to be as simple as possible, yet it still has a lot of functionality,” says Plasticsolidsolid’s CEO, Brian P. Jones.
The plastic door slides are available for a variety of price points and are available in two different lengths: up to six feet (1.2 meters) long and four feet (2.1 meters).
PlasticsSolid says the slides are suitable for a wide range of applications and can be used in homes, offices, and other areas where regular doors or doors that can be pushed against are not practical.
The slides are designed to resist wear and tear but can also be used for door frames.
They are also great for attaching to doors and windows to keep them secure.
Plastic doors can be easily installed, and Plasticsounds owner recommends that homeowners install the slide in the middle of their garage or in the same location as a garage door.
“We’ve found that if you’re looking for a door you can install in two to three days,” says Jones.
For those who want to be more flexible, the company also offers two different sizes of slides, which are also available in different lengths.
The standard two-foot (610 millimeters) plastic door goes up to four feet in length and has a five-year guarantee.
For a longer length, the door slides go from six feet to 18 feet (3.4 meters).
The company offers a range of other options.
The six-foot-long plastic door has a lifetime warranty and can also take an angle, like a doorway, in the back.
The 12-foot plastic door can slide into a wall.
The 18-foot door has an optional front door hinge that can also slide into the wall.
Both slides can be installed in the standard garage door or garage window.
PlasticsOrders.com has the standard, two-and-a-half-foot, and 18-feet versions of the plastic doors.
The company says the 12- and 18, plus the six- and 12-feet options, will be available soon.
“Plasticsolid will continue to make our slides available to our customers, so if you have a garage, you can order them right away,” says P.B. Jones, Plasticsolsolid’s owner.
Plastsolid says that if the door is ever damaged, the plastic slides will not be affected.
“You can be sure that the doors will be in perfect working order,” Jones says.
“But they won’t slide into any of the problems that we see with many door systems.”