Who is to blame when the garage door doesn’t open? With so many overhead door parts, it’s hard to really point the finger and be sure of your suspicions. What makes things even more complicated is that one problem can be explained in several different ways. So when the door fails to go up, you immediately think that there are garage door opener problems. But are there? How about the springs? Have you thought that broken springs will keep the door on the ground? How about a broken cable or pulley? What about the door having come off the track! Many things can go wrong and make the door noisy or unable to go up.
Wondering about the benefits of garage door maintenance? We will tell you. But first let us take you back to the day when you first installed your garage door. What was your intention? Surely, you needed a door to cover the big garage opening. But why did you search and ask around? Weren’t you trying to find the best solution in terms of security and resistance? Didn’t you insist of getting a garage door opener with all the required safety features? Read More
Why is it important to choose the right garage doors? The main reason for devoting time in garage door hunting is your security. It has to do with the quality of the door, its opener, and garage door installation. If the door is not strong enough, the motor is not powerful enough and the installation is not done correctly, you will make your property a great target for thieves. And that’s not what you plan when you are trying to find the right overhead or roll up door for either your home or commercial property. Read More
Not all garage door springs are created equal. Your choice depends on a number of factors, including door type and application, door weight and overall dimensions, and particularities in building structure. No wonder why measuring the springs and taken into consideration the available space at the sides or over the door are both important before garage door spring replacement. Read More