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Archive: January 2021

Wildfire Preparedness Includes Garage Door Opener Upgrade


Battery Backup For Garage Door Openers Is Required By Law Wildfire season in California is more disastrous each year, and it’s important for homeowners to always be prepared for evacuating their property. When imagining this scene, your thoughts probably turn to your family, pets, important

Noisy Garage Door? Here’s Why & How to Fix It


Every time you go to open it, you know it’s coming: Your garage door is like a high school heavy metal band that’s so out of tune. You’re driving the neighbors crazy. The hair on your arms stands up. Even your cat can’t take it

Garage Door Opens on Its Own? How to Fix This Bizarre Phenomenon


It’s almost like your garage door has become haunted by a ghost — it suddenly goes up without you doing anything. But no, chances are it’s not the fault of some spectral spirit. Your garage door is in need of repair. Nevertheless, it’s understandable to

Need to Reprogram a Genie Garage Door Opener? Our How-to Garage Door Repair Guide


Own a Genie garage door opener that suddenly stops working? Perhaps it needs to be reprogrammed. This is a fairly easy repair you may need to do periodically following a thunderstorm or power outage. Though it’s not quite as simple as flipping a switch, there

The Benefits of a Smart Garage Door Opener


If you haven’t upgraded your garage door opener in the last 6 years, it might be time to step into the 21st century. Smart garage doors open an entirely new world of convenience and possibility. They put complete control of your garage door right at

Garage Door Torsion Spring Repair Explained

Your torsion spring is the spring located across the top of your garage door. It should only be repaired by a professional. These springs are under an incredible amount of tension. They can cause serious bodily injury if they should suddenly snap. This spring is what makes opening and closing your several hundred pound garage door seem so easy. You can usually tell if a spring is broken by looking at it. Either the spring is stretched out so it has lost its tension energy or there will be a two-inch gap in the spring, which is a visible gap of where the spring broke. You can also check the spring by examining the door’s balance. If you raise it up and it hangs from one side or the other, you likely have a spring problem.