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Garage Door Installation: Is It Time to Consider Alternative Garage Door Colors?


You only live once. And you probably only have one garage door every 20 to 30 years. Like life itself, make it count! Why settle for an ordinary brown or beige garage doors when you’ve got all the colors of the rainbow to choose from?

Oil Tempered vs. Zinc Galvanized Torsion Garage Door Springs Explained


Oil tempered garage door springs have been around for a long time, pretty much since the day the family car moved from the carriage stable into an actual garage. They’re probably the most common garage door spring. They work pretty well, but their Achilles tendon

How Safe is Your Garage? 5 Tips to Keep Pets Safe


Your garage keeps your car safe. It protects lawn and sports equipment from thieves. It also provides shelter and storage for old clothes family heirlooms, and camping equipment. But how safe is it for pets? I remember when my first childhood pet, the cutest Persian

Ask Yourself These 5 Questions Before Replacing Garage Door


We don’t buy a new garage door very often, so it’s important to make the right choice when you do decide to install a new one. There’s a lot to consider, including visual appeal, function, and cost. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before

Garage Door Problems: 5 DIY Home Repairs


Does your garage door not open or close properly? Does it grind, rumble or make lots of noise? In most cases, the repair is quite simple and may even be something you can do yourself. It’s time to take a closer look at your hardware

Study: 4 Ways to Deter Thieves from Breaking into Your Home and Garage


As the largest entryway to your home, a garage door presents a huge security issue. Keeping it in good repair is not only important to curb appeal and the safety of your family, but also when it comes to the security of your home. And

Garage Door Repair Tips for Regular Maintenance

Want some handy tips on caring for your garage door? One of the most important things to remember is that regular care and upkeep can minimize repair issues, help your door last longer, and make it open and close much more quietly. Every few months, you should go over any moving parts with a garage door lubricant. Don’t use WD40 because it will cause the parts to rust. Take a wrench and tighten down any loose bolts and screws. While you’re at it, inspect any rollers for loose or missing pieces and replace when necessary. Take a look at the springs and cables for any frayed, rusty or breaking pieces. If you notice any damage, always call a professional. Springs can be extremely dangerous and are not a DIY repair.