1. Acadia 138 technical specifications (...) Read more
  2. An energy-efficient thermopane window with LOW-E Argon means that during colder (...) Read more
  3. Standard+ technical specifications (...) Read more
  4. Princeton, Eastman and Cambridge technical specifications (...) Read more
  5. So you’ve gotten to the step of choosing the type of glass for the (...) Read more
  6. Triforce, Dualforce and Uniforce technical specifications (...) Read more
  7. H-Tech technical specifications (...) Read more
  8. Winter has its own unique problems that can occasionally cause our garage door (...) Read more
  9. Does your old garage door need to be replaced by a new door, (...) Read more
  10. A series of four videos created by a team of IDA and DASMA (...) Read more
  11. We offer a wide selection of decorative windows for garage doors (...) Read more
  12. More than just the size is different when comparing commercial garage doors (...) Read more
  13. If you experience a malfunctioning of your garage door opener, (...) Read more
  14. Did you know you could open and close your garage door with your Apple HomePod’s voice control? Here’s how. Read more
  15. You’re building a garage. Be careful where you place your access door. (...) Read more
  16. You ran into a problem with your garage door opener (...) Read more
  17. Here are the differences between the different types of lift available. Read more
  18. California technical specifications (...) Read more
  19. A program of Planned Preventive Maintenance will ensure (...) Read more
  20. New technology has made it possible to open and close your garage door from your smartphone. Sounds interesting? Let us clear up some of the details. Read more
  21. Top Tech technical specifications (...) Read more
  22. How to program accessories (...) Read more
  23. Garaga offers many installed garage doors for less than $1000 but be aware that several (...) Read more
  24. Before we get down to talking about the price per square foot for a commercial (...) Read more
  25. It is very difficult to give an accurate price as many different components need to be considered (...) Read more
  26. Trying to estimate a price for budget purposes is difficult because there are several variables (...) Read more
  27. If you decide to paint your Garaga door yourself, the following instructions outline how to do it (...) Read more
  28. Here are the new corresponding GARAGA colours: (...) Read more
  29. If you want to paint your front door or your windows, paint stores that carry any of the major brands (...) Read more
  30. Clicking on the following link opens a PDF document containing (...) Read more
  31. The installation manual for each residential door model can be found under the (...) Read more
  32. See our PDF Read more
  33. See our PDF - Note that for an existing door, rather than taking (..) Read more
  34. In order to install torsion-spring hardware, we recommend a clearance of 12 in (...) Read more
  35. There are different lift types for commercial, (...) Read more
  36. You have to get the opening ready and make sure that the size of the opening matches (...) Read more
  37. If you are replacing your existing door with a new one, you will no doubt have (...) Read more
  38. So you’re ready to buy your next garage door, and you’ve looked at (...) Read more
  39. There are a few points to consider. First, we must be practical (...) Read more
  40. Are you considering the addition of a garage to your home? Do you want it detached (...) Read more
  41. You are invited to consult the complete list of our dealers to know which one is the closest to you (...) Read more
  42. The serial number on a Garaga garage door is located in two places (...) Read more
  43. A ½ HP motor certainly enough for doors in the 8 ft. to 12 ft. (2.4 to 3.7 m) wide (...) Read more
  44. Are you interested in giving a look of elegance and tradition to your (...) Read more
  45. Garaga offers heavy-duty ThermaBlok™ weatherstripping that feature a screw cover (...) Read more
  46. Start by taking a look at and downloading our online Installation (...) Read more
  47. Are you getting ready to build a detached garage in the (...) Read more
  48. This spring system is located either above the garage door opening for a standard lift, or at the ends of (...) Read more
  49. Verify if the handles can move freely between section and top weatherstripping (...) Read more
  50. Would you like to give a country style to your garage door? We have decorative (...) Read more
  51. If you have an electric garage door opener, deactivate the system by pulling on the red cord attached to the trolley (...) Read more
  52. Here is a reminder of some important dates and information: (...) Read more
  53. Yes, indeed (...) Read more
  54. So, in order to store your seasonal gear, are you planning to build a shed or (...) Read more
  55. Are you shopping for a new garage door? You’ve done some searching on (...) Read more
  56. The accumulation of condensation will occur when water comes into contact with (...) Read more
  57. Follow this link: https://www.myliftmaster.com/Login.aspx (...) Read more
  58. Torsion springs are located above the door and are safer and more suitable for double garage doors (14 ft. Wide & over) (...) Read more
  59. YES… Depending on the desired application, you can have Satin (...) Read more
  60. Indeed, you can. Is it the case that when you had a GARAGA garage door installed a few months or years (...) Read more
  61. Aluminum doors (injected with urethane, 1 ¾'' thick doors) offer (...) Read more
  62. The required number of cycles is calculated by determining the average number (...) Read more
  63. Garaga provides two types of lubricants to keep your garage door working smoothly.(...) Read more
  64. No. However there are certain Garaga dealers who provide this (...) Read more
  65. You will find valuable answers and safety tips at DASMA Safety Guideline (...) Read more
  66. The serial number is located on the plastic housing covering the opener (...) Read more
  67. Are you leaning toward buying a wood garage door because of its look (...) Read more
  68. The answer to this question lies in the size of the door and the extent to (...) Read more
  69. For some specific uses of your commercial or industrial garage door, you could (...) Read more
  70. It often happens that the garage is below a room in a condo or apartment (...) Read more
  71. You must expand the interior frame of the door by the equivalent of (...) Read more
  72. Are you considering the addition of a garage to your home? (...) Read more
  73. Ask the installer to provide you with the owner's manual for the door, (...) Read more
  74. Completing your project with a Garaga garage door is a (...) Read more
  75. We carry a wide selection of replacement parts for residential or commercial (...) Read more
  76. Is this an actual problem? Yes, it’s possible, although rare, for your garage door (...) Read more
  77. For equivalent thicknesses, polyurethane has a higher thermal insulation (...) Read more
  78. There is a significant difference. If we think about our home, windows (...) Read more
  79. Are you considering the addition of a garage to your home? (...) Read more
  80. If you are looking for maximum visibility, the models (...) Read more
  81. First, Garaga would like you to take time to enjoy the beauty and performance (...) Read more
  82. Whether for residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural (...) Read more
  83. In all cases, it is best to equip the door with an electric garage door (...) Read more
  84. No, not really. For greater sturdiness for your garage door and to extend its life, (...) Read more
  85. Garaga carries a wide choice of garage doors, including installation, (...) Read more
  86. The MyQ Garage was designed to work with the following brand of (...) Read more
  87. Whenever you are washing your car in the driveway, go ahead and take a pass at your garage door (...) Read more
  88. We have a huge selection of hardware replacement parts (...) Read more
  89. Your garage door is an important component of your home, and (...) Read more
  90. Exterior frame weatherstripping is an important item in weatherproofing a garage door. For this purpose (...) Read more
  91. YES. Following an accident, if one section of your garage door was damaged, you (...) Read more
  92. Rollers, hinges, and all moving hardware should be lubricated with a metal lubricant (...) Read more
  93. Before getting started, it’s important to know that Garaga window frames (...) Read more
  94. Discovery Channel's “How It's Made” series aired an episode on how Garaga sectional doors are made (...) Read more
  95. It all depends on the thickness of the steel. This particular point deserves special attention (...) Read more
  96. We can provide you with remote transmitters (...) Read more
  97. Do you want to increase the perceived value of your home? You can add a (...) Read more
  98. At the beginning of each season, give your door opener a checkup. First, make sure that (...) Read more
  99. Are you building a new garage and wondering how to get the concrete door (...) Read more
  100. We can QUICKLY replace garage door sections (panels) (...) Read more
  101. So that a garage door system works properly for many years, extensive (...) Read more
  102. All residential hardware is not the same. Here is the difference between (...) Read more
  103. Definitely yes… and it’s proven. As your garage door is often 30 to 40% of your home’s façade, if it has (...) Read more
  104. Are you looking to bring some rustic, country charm to your (...) Read more
  105. It depends of the use… Would you like to attached to your (...) Read more
  106. We carry several wireless exterior keypads (...) Read more
  107. Novatech® has established itself as a leader in decorative stained (...) Read more
  108. We carry different types of high quality and effective bottom (...) Read more
  109. We carry different types of effective, high-performance perimeter weatherstripping for whatever type of (...) Read more
  110. To begin with, it is important to understand that since (...) Read more
  111. Garaga carries a wide selection of window models for garage (...) Read more
  112. For a polished, decorative finish, our Decorative Inserts give a designer (...) Read more
  113. Do you have a carport that you would like to turn into a garage? (...) Read more
  114. You will find this information on the label affixed (...) Read more
  115. Hinges come in different formats, sizes and thicknesses (...) Read more
  116. This is one of the questions asked most often by homeowners (...) Read more
  117. Our Printing Process collection creates the impression of (...) Read more
  118. Although uncommon for garage doors, under certain specific (...) Read more
  119. Our garages have increasingly become an area to store almost (...) Read more
  120. Let’s approach this in 2 steps: first the window frame and then the glass (...) Read more
  121. It does happen, when a garage is very humid and in cold (...) Read more
  122. We carry the full line of LiftMaster products (...) Read more
  123. For a more classic look, Orion windows blend with any style (...) Read more
  124. There are three types: (...) Read more
  125. Are you looking to bring some rustic, country charm to your garage door? We have the just the hardware items, reminiscent of wrought iron, to bring the look (...) Read more
  126. Do you want to build a garage adjoining your new house, a backyard (...) Read more
  127. Your garage door isn’t working very well. It’s making all sorts of (...) Read more
  128. Increasingly, new homes are being built that have modern (...) Read more
  129. These are the most popular window models in (...) Read more
  130. Our Garaga Industrial dealers provide a continuous maintenance (...) Read more

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