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Archive: April 2018

Proper Lubrication of Garage Parts

04/23/2018

When it comes to garage door lubricant, more isn’t better. Too much lubricant can attract dust, grime, and foreign objects which will negatively impact the operation of your door. And if you’ve applied lubricant to the track then it could cause the door to slide

Garage Door Sensor Cleaning Tips

04/2/2018

If your garage door won’t open, one of the first things you should check are the sensors. These laser sensors can be found on the base of the garage door opening. The sensors should be pointing directly at each other and there should be no

Is It a Problem If Your Garage Door is Loud?

01/15/2018

If your garage door sounds loud, there’s a good chance something is wrong. First, it’s important to understand that there are numerous garage door parts that all work together to open and close your door. It’s normal for there to be some sound and it

Garage Door Track Lubrication: Yes or No?

11/20/2017

Some garage door owners apply grease, oil, or some other form of lubricant to their garage door tracks, thinking that it’ll help smooth operation. Unfortunately, this isn’t a good idea for a few reasons: 1) Grease or oil attracts dust and grime which could ultimately

4 Popular Reasons Your Garage Door May Break Down

09/20/2017

For most people, their garage door works reliably until one day it breaks down out of the blue. But the truth is garage door problems are often the result of a lack of proper maintenance and inspections. While not all issues can be prevented, many

Choosing the Right Garage Door Lubricant

08/27/2017

To keep your garage door operating smoothly, you should apply a light coating of lubricant to metal garage door parts like springs and hinges a few times a year. This little step can save you hundreds of dollars in garage door repairs by helping to

Garage Door Parts Recycling: Getting Rid of Scrap Metal

05/5/2017

Wondering what to do with the leftovers after your repairman comes to replace your garage door parts? The good news is that most garage door repair companies will recycle your old parts for free. However, if your repair was a DIY project or the technician

This Is Why WD-40 Should Not Be Used on Garage Parts

09/26/2016

Are You Using the Wrong Lubricant on Your Garage Door? Got a noisy garage door? Don’t grab that trusty can of WD-40 just yet. In case you didn’t know, WD-40 isn’t a lubricant! It’s actually a solvent – and a great one at that. Because

Reduce Your Energy Costs With These Garage Modifications

06/2/2016

When purchasing a garage door, one of the last thoughts on most people’s minds is how energy efficient the door is. After all, your door just serves as a way to enter and exit your garage, right? In truth, your garage door is the single

Increase Your Home’s Value and Safety With New Garage Doors

Are you considering buying garage doors? If so, check out the following facts about replacing your garage door in your home. Because a garage door takes up a significant portion of your home’s exterior, a charming new panel can increase your house’s curb appeal, and thus its overall sale value. A major bonus for those looking to sell. You can also expect to see reduced energy costs if your new door comes with insulation. Garage doors that are wind or hurricane-resistant can even reduce the cost of your homeowner’s insurance. Give Sac’s Garage Repair Company a call today and find out how brand new doors can benefit your home or business.

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