Is Your Garage Door Opening System Acting Up? What To Do

Posted on: 28 December 2016

If your garage door has stopped working and you aren't sure if you need to call a garage door repair professional, there are a few things you can check right away to assess the situation. You can see if the problem is something as simple as oiling the chain or lubing the mechanical components, or if there is something that is damaged and needs expert repair. Here are a few of the areas where you want to look for damages and problems.
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Keep Your Garage Door Safe by Checking on These Three Safety Devices

Posted on: 31 August 2015

The mechanism that opens and closes your garage door is a complex series of cables, pulleys, and springs carefully balanced. It allows you to easily open and close a heavy door manually or with a small electric motor. Three safety devices prevent you and your family from being injured should the system fail. Periodically check these safety mechanisms to make sure they are working correctly and your family stays safe.
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Considerations For Choosing A New Garage Door

Posted on: 8 April 2015

Not only does your garage door affect the look of your home's façade, it has the potential to affect your daily routine. After all, it's probably both your entrance and exit. Choose a garage door with the façade, material and opener that best complements your home and routine. Stock vs Custom Doors The design of the door itself will have the biggest impact on your house's façade. Stock doors are basic and functional.
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3 Things to Consider about Repairing Your Home's Garage Door

Posted on: 10 March 2015

If your home's garage door is starting to make loud sounds or having trouble opening, it is a sign that you are in need of garage door repair. Before you move forward with repairing the door, you may want to consider these 3 things to ensure you make right decisions about the services and products that you go with. Consider Product Lifespans Before deciding on a replacement part for your broken garage door, you need to consider the lifespan of the product.
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