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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 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

Dealing with a Noisy Garage Door

08/22/2017

A noisy garage door isn’t just annoying – it’s a sign that there’s a problem with your door. Fortunately, most garage door noise can be fixed with a simple tune-up. Start by inspecting your garage door for signs of damage. Make sure there are no

Why a Door Off Track Is a Dangerous Situation for Garage Owners

When a garage door is off track, it comes a dangerous hazard that could seriously injure someone or damage property. Why is this? In simple terms, your door is no longer connected to the track and could completely collapse. In many cases, home and business owners will try to “force” the door closed or open. Trying to operate your door while it’s off track often leads to irreversible damage to parts or the door itself. If you notice any signs that your panel is no longer on track, then immediately block off the area surrounding the door and call a technician for help. Repairs for a door in this situation are simple and inexpensive if taken care of right away.

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