The although commonplace, accordian doors can be frustrating due to a bent rail or support pin lost. For this reason, or for any other reason, you may need to convert your French accordion doors swing doors. Most accordian doors can be converted simply, using only tools and basic equipment. As concertina doors are further smaller than the portal by necessity, the gates will never be too large to operate as French doors. These can, however, occasionally leaving gaps above and below the door that is much smaller than the opening.
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1. Accordian doors remove its pressing rails retaining pins in the top of each door and sliding them out of their position in the rails. Pressing the pins on the top and bottom of the door if necessary to remove the door.
2. Unscrew the rails at the top and bottom of the door by loosening the screws with a drill and holding the top rail in place to prevent it from falling once you remove the last screw.
3. Separate accordian doors unscrewing each of the brackets, hinges or straps connecting the two doors. Hold each door in the door frame with the help of an assistant.