Do’s And Don’ts For When Your Garage Door Freezes In The Winter

31 March 2018
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If you live in a cold weather climate, then you might have certain concerns during the wintertime. For example, one thing that you have to worry about is your garage door freezing up on particularly cold days and nights. If you are worried about this problem, remember these simple do's and don'ts next time that you find yourself dealing with this situation. Do Prepare Ahead of Time First of all, it's not a good idea to wait until it's already freezing cold outside to start thinking about your garage door. Read More 

3 Important Factors To Consider When Selecting A New Garage Door

6 December 2017
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One of the most underrated aspects of a home is the garage door. Not only does it serve an important daily function of getting you in and out of the garage, but it can also enhance your home's aesthetics in a unique way. If you're looking for a new garage door, keep these factors in mind: Cost A huge determinant of which garage door you ultimately choose is the price, especially if you're on a budget. Read More 

Preventing Break-Ins When Travelling Out Of Town: 3 Tips For Securing Overhead Garage Doors

4 April 2016
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It's more common than you think. Data released by the FBI in 2012 indicated that 1 in every 36 homes are burglarized each year, with each break-in resulting in an average loss of approximately $2,230. If you're planning on travelling out of town, your house becomes even more vulnerable to break-ins, as observant criminals may take this opportunity to ransack your home. Overhead garage doors are vulnerable openings for criminals. Here are 3 tips on how you can further secure your garage doors before you leave to prevent your home from becoming targeted. Read More 

How To Remove The Slack In Your Loose Garage Door Opener Chain

11 December 2015
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A slack garage door chain can prevent your electric garage door opener from opening the door properly, if at all, and can damage the sprocket or internal gears of the unit. That's why you need to take a few minutes to adjust the chain to remove the slack; the job is simple, and anyone can perform it with a few basic tools. Below are the instructions, as well as a list of tools and materials you will need, for tightening the chain on your garage door opener. Read More 

5 Ways To Winter-Proof Your Garage

10 December 2015
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Winter can take a serious toll on your garage. Unless you make adequate preparations, winter can lead to a garage door that's frozen shut, a concrete floor that's stained from salt and the elements, and other potential issues. Luckily, there are things you can do each year to prep your garage for winter. Here are five great ways to winter-proof your garage: Use Garage Floor Mats In the winter, car tires and your shoes track in all sorts of snow, rain, salt, and other potentially damaging debris. Read More