Garage Door Maintenance & Repair

January 18, 2019
Make no mistake; the types of winters we’ve experienced recently are more than hard on garage floor surfaces. Fortunately, there are solutions available to you because some materials are more resistant to the cold and so are less likely to be damaged during the winter.
May 12, 2017
Despite what we would all like to think, our basic needs have essentially remained the same throughout the ages. Regular meals, a roof over our head, and human interaction will generally keep the neediest person happy.
May 5, 2017
There are a number of reasons why a garage door could come off its tracks and hit the ground. Probably you are asking yourself “Why do I need to know the reasons my garage door could come off its tracks?” By understanding what could cause such an event, it will assist you in staying constantly vigilant for any potential problems that could arise.
September 15, 2016
The summer months are gone, and September is here. Back to school, shorter day, trees changing color – all the signs of fall, meaning winter can’t be far away. Hand in hand with these events are some maintenance tasks you yourself can perform on your garage door system at this time of year. They will only take a few minutes but ensure your door’s correct operation throughout the fall season.
December 25, 2015
The pouring snow, gusty winds, and chilling cold all take a heavy toll on the constructional integrity of your garage door. During the colder months, the metal parts of your garage door, such as screws and springs, tend to shrink, not only causing unexpected problems with closing and/or opening, but also making your garage door an unnecessary danger.
November 6, 2015
Winter is well and truly upon us, but have you adequately prepared your home for winter this year? We’re going to go over five of the best tips for winterizing your home, including everything you might need in terms of winter preparation for the colder months ahead.
August 21, 2015
Torsion springs play a very important role every single time you open or close your garage door. Here’s what you should know about what they do, how they affect the lifecycle of your garage door, and what to do when they’re in need of repair.
August 14, 2015
Whether you live in an area highly prone to extreme weather, or you only occasionally get hit by strong storms, the durability of your garage door is vital. Not taking your garage door’s wind resistance into consideration could lead to thousands of dollars-worth of damage to your home. Garage doors are rated for their ability to withstand various wind speeds, and it can be an important factor to keep in mind when you’re deciding on what to buy for your home.
July 17, 2015
Your garage door may look straightforward, but it’s actually a complicated system that contains several moving parts. An unbalanced garage door is at risk of becoming dangerous if left to worsen over time. Here are some of the ways you can spot an unbalanced garage door.
May 15, 2015
The cold winter months are behind us and summer is quickly approaching. So the time is just right to start on some garage door maintenance. Winter’s icy conditions and cold weather can be tough on garage doors, so some repairs and touch ups may be needed. And the inside of the garage will need some maintenance done as well. You may think your garage door and door opener look fine. But checking the parts, cleaning and repairing any damage can save you a lot of money later on. Here are some general tips to keep your garage door in top shape for the summer months.

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