Why Should I Replace My Garage Door?

Posted on: 16 October 2020

Even though garage doors have an extremely long life—at least 20 years, by some estimates—like everything else in your home, it'll eventually need to be replaced. In some cases though, you may choose to replace its well before its expiration date; below are some of the reasons why homeowners make that decision. Because of Damage Garage doors are extremely durable and can stand up to years of abuse, but every once in awhile a storm can roll through and damage it enough that it needs to be replaced.
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Garage Door Opener Problems And What You Should Do When You Need Repairs

Posted on: 17 October 2019

Almost every modern garage has a door opener that makes life easier, but sometimes they wear or fail. Failure of the opener can lead to damage to the door or even injury. Therefore, you want to be aware of any potential problems with your garage door opener. The following tips will help you troubleshoot garage door opener problems and know when it is time to have repairs done: Worn Motors Not Providing the Force Needed to Open Garage Doors
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3 Common Garage Door Problems And Ways Homeowners Should Address Them

Posted on: 12 June 2019

If you have a home, the garage door is one of the more important components of it. Unfortunately, it may not always work as it should. Here are three common problems you'll probably face at some point and solutions for them.   1.  Misaligned Track The track is what the garage door travels on, and as a result, it needs to be completely straight. Otherwise, the rollers connected to this track may have a hard time moving.
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4 Garage Door Styles That Are Hot This Year

Posted on: 4 June 2019

It's a new year and many people are in search of a new look for themselves and for their homes. There's a lot that you can do to spruce up the exterior of your house but for this year, you may want to focus on your garage. More specifically, the overhead door. Because garage doors occupy such a significant portion of the facade, not doing enough in terms of style would be a wasted opportunity.
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