What To Know About Garage Door Springs And Safety Cables

Posted on: 29 October 2015

Garage doors require a bit of maintenance to keep them running smoothly. Part of that maintenance having the garage door springs and safety cables inspected and repaired when necessary to ensure the door opens and closes smoothly. Check out these three facts to help you understand your garage door springs and safety cables a little better. There Are Two Types of Garage Door Springs The two types of garage door springs from which you can choose are torsion springs and extension springs.
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Learn How To Quell Those Garage Door Noises

Posted on: 28 October 2015

The sound of an opening or closing garage door is a common staple throughout suburbia. But that doesn't mean that your neighbors or your loved ones want to hear you make your grand entrance or exit every time you leave or enter your garage. Besides, the loud racket your garage door makes could also be a sign of serious problems on the horizon. The following offers a few pointers you can use to nip garage door noise problems in the bud and give your neighbors and loved ones some peace and quiet.
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4 Fall Tune-Up Tips For Your Garage Door

Posted on: 13 August 2015

The winter weather can take a toll on your garage door. Icy rain can pool underneath the door seal, causing it to freeze to the ground. Below-zero temperatures can freeze the metal springs and pulleys, which can cause the door to operate more slowly and make more noise than it ordinarily would. And the cold weather can add to the wear and tear on the door. To protect your garage door from the harsh winter weather, it's a good idea to do a complete tune-up of your door in the fall.
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