3-Step Troubleshooting Guide For When Your Garage Door Does Not Open Properly
7 March 2016
If your garage door is not opening properly, you may have decided to try to find the problem yourself. If you have already ruled out problems with your automatic door opener, use the following three-step troubleshooting guide to see if there is a mechanical issue with the door itself.
Step 1: Inspect The Tracks For Debris
The first step in finding the cause of your garage door's trouble is to check the tracks for debris that are blocking the path of the rollers.
3 Simple Solutions To Make Your Garage Stylish
19 February 2016
A clean and attractive home exterior is important, but you may understand the role your garage door plays in your home's curb appeal. While surprising to hear, an updated, clean, and appealing garage door can increase your home's look and value. Thankfully, you can give your curb appeal a boost by beautifying your garage door. Using this guide on stylish trends, you can make your garage door gorgeous, appealing, and valuable.
What To Do When Your Garage Door Has Air Leaks And Lacks Insulation
29 October 2015
An attached garage helps to serve as a buffer between the interior of your home and the elements. You want to make sure that it is an energy-efficient space that keeps out cold air during winter and is not vulnerable to bad weather and unwanted critters. When you live in an older home with a garage door that has not been replaced in over a decade and feel the structure does not offer enough all-around protection, you should consider performing some of the following upgrades.
What To Know About Garage Door Springs And Safety Cables
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.