We rent, so we don't want to replace the whole thing or even too much on it. What's the point if we're just leaving? And I'm pretty sure the only thing the landlord would come fix was the roof if it was on the floor! Luckily, nothing bad has broke, so it's no big deal. Kind of nice living in such a laid back place. :-)
The problem is that hinges are bent so it sags. There's no latch plate thing either. So, the door sags and the door knob thing just hits the frame, not the hole in the wall. Should we just replace the hinges and the latch plate thing on the wall? How much do those usually run?
Our dogs try going in her room to use the bathroom and we need to keep them out. Right now we have the cage/crate sitting in front of it but it's a pain to continuously move.
Any door fixing tips are much appreciated.
Feel free to ask me to clarify. Not sure how I will, but I'd try. :-)
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