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Archive: January 2021

How to Make an Airtight Seal on Your Garage Door


To some degree, every garage has it’s issues with dirt, water, and mouse droppings. But these problems can become especially bad if your garage door bottom seal is worn out. During rainstorms, it can let in water and dirt. It can also be an entry

Tips to Preventing Critters from Infesting Your Garage


Is your garage a cockroach AirBNB? Maybe — and those disgusting little pests don’t even need to sign a contract. Your garage is a warm and inviting place. That makes it susceptible to an infestation by all sorts of creatures — snakes, mice or rats,

Our Case for Professional Garage Door Bottom Seal Repair


Granted, repairing your garage door bottom seal isn’t dangerous work. It’s not like replacing a garage door spring, balancing a garage door, or installing a brand new garage door — jobs that absolutely require the expertise of a professional to ensure safety and precision. Repairing

DIY Garage Door Repair: Step By Step Guide to Painting Your Door


Is your garage door an eye sore? Since a garage door is the largest facing feature on a home, it really sets the bar when it comes to curb appeal. An unattractive door doesn’t just make you an embarrassment to the neighbors — it can

Improve the Security of Your Home with These 5 DIY Garage Door Repairs


Most people don’t realize it, but thieves look towards garage doors as an opportunity. Not only is the garage door the biggest door in your house, but once the burglar is inside your garage door, they are hidden from sight. This gives them the necessary

Broken Garage Door? Don’t DIY – Hire a Technician Instead


We get the DIY spirit. As professional garage door repair folks, we love to repair many things, not just garage doors. We thrive off the challenge. We’re always trying to fix stuff around the house. But for the layman, keep in mind that garage door

Garage Door Repair DIY: Is It Worth the Risk?


DIY repairs are not only a great way to save some money, they can be a fun weekend project. But whether you’re a natural handyman or handywoman or you’re just trying to see if you can fix it yourself to save some money, DIY garage

Fixing the Garage by Yourself: Good or Bad Idea?


No doubt that our opinion is bias here but we strongly believe you should not try to fix a garage door by yourself. While it can absolutely save you money, it isn’t always worth the savings. Here’s why: 1) Garage Door Repair Costs For the

Repairing Loose Garage Door Screws


Assess the Condition of Your Garage Door Components If you’ve been using your new garage door for a few years without performing a tune-up, chances are there’s a few screws that need tightening or replacement.  Screws, nuts, and bolts are all prone to loosen up

Restoring a Dull Garage Door Panel


Missed Opportunities for Maintenance There’s a reason most garage doors are made of composite or metal; they’re hardy and much more resistant to time, weather and wear and tear than older, wooden garage doors. But even so, over time, a garage door panel will lose

How to Tell If You Have a Broken Garage Door

If your garage door is not opening, then don’t panic. There’s a good chance that it could be as something as simple as a dead remote or power outage. Start by checking the batteries in your remote or use the wall switch instead. If the door still doesn’t open, then verify that you don’t have any power outage issues. Just because the electricity is on in the rest of your house doesn’t mean that a fuse wasn’t blown or that there’s an issue in the garage. Try plugging your opener into a different socket to be sure. If you’re still having issues, then it’s possible you have a broken part on the panel or with the opener.