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3 Types of Garage Door Materials


If you are considering installing a new garage door, the first decision you need to make is what material to use. Essentially, there are 3 basic garage door materials: steel, aluminum, and wood. This guide will walk you through how to find the right garage

5 Reasons You Should Consider Installing a Second Garage


Have one garage? That’s cute, but two garages are even better. You might not even realize you need a second garage, or even want one, but the truth is it can change your life. Here are 5 reasons why a second garage is the bee’s

Does Your Garage Door Have Battery Backup? Why It’s Necessary


It’s official. If you install a new garage door in Sacramento, or really anywhere in California, you’ll be required to install battery backup. As of July, it’s the law. All new garage doors are required to have battery backup. The law was sponsored by a

The Benefits of An Access Control System for Homes & Businesses


An access control system is a sophisticated technology that helps you control who comes in and out of your gate. Devices can vary but most involve some version of transmitters, card readers, keypads, timers, and telephone systems. It’s an essential investment in the security of

4 Reasons You Should Install a WiFi Connected Garage Door Opener


Garage door openers are already incredibly convenient. At the touch of a button, the door opens so easily and inviting. There’s no need to get out of the car and brave the elements of the weather. But technology is about to make it even better.

5 Reasons You Should Reconsider Garage Door Repair DIY & Hire a Pro


Thanks to the Internet, you can learn how to do pretty much any job yourself — including garage door repair. But here’s the thing: Do you really want to? Garage door blogs and YouTube videos make a lot of this stuff look easier than it

Tips for Sacramento Exterior Door Installers

If you understand basic carpentry, installing an exterior door in your Sacramento home shouldn’t be much trouble. Most of the job can be completed with basic hand tools. Make sure you accurately measure the size of your old door. Most are standard but there can be some variations. In order to get accurate measurements, be sure to remove any interior trim. Once you remove the old door, pay close attention to the condition of the framing and subflooring in the sill area. You’ll need to cut out and replace any rotted wood. For thinner doors, the sill area may need to be built up to compensate.