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Archive: August 2020

4 Tips to Having the Best Garage Door in the Neighborhood

08/17/2020

The garage door is the largest front facing feature on your house. Why not have the best garage door in the neighborhood? Not only will it make your neighbors jealous, but your house will literally be worth more. In fact, your garage door is probably

Installing a New Garage Door? 6 Materials to Consider

02/3/2020

Garage doors come in a variety of materials. Each has various advantages, shortcomings, and cost considerations. Here’s a brief breakdown on some of the most common garage door materials and what you need to know to select the best option for your new garage door.

Thinking about a New Garage Door? 5 Signs It’s Time

01/20/2020

An attractive and well working garage door is important. It’s one of the biggest factors in determining the value of your home. It’s also important for peace of mind, convenience, and that cozy contented feeling of owning a beautiful home. And most homeowners replace their

Why You Should Invest Your Tax Return on New Garage Door Installation

04/22/2019

Expecting a big tax return this year? You could blow it on some new clothes, an ATV, or a vacation. Or you could invest it in a new garage door, which just happens to have one of the highest returns on investments for all home

Tight on Overhead Space? 3 Alternative Approaches to Garage Door Opener Installation

02/25/2019

Installing a new garage door opener on a new or existing garage door? Don’t be surprised if space ends up being a challenge. The carriage for a garage door opener is going to require a good deal of space so there’s room to allow it

Oil Tempered vs. Zinc Galvanized Torsion Garage Door Springs Explained

11/12/2018

Oil tempered garage door springs have been around for a long time, pretty much since the day the family car moved from the carriage stable into an actual garage. They’re probably the most common garage door spring. They work pretty well, but their Achilles tendon

Ask Yourself These 5 Questions Before Replacing Garage Door

10/29/2018

Most people only buy a new garage door once or twice in their lives. But if you own a home long enough, you’ll probably install a new door eventually. It’s an investment — one that’s worth doing right. And yes, garage doors can be pricey,

7 Awesome Renovation Ideas for Your Garage

08/13/2018

A home is more than just a roof for shelter. It’s the center of family life, the very place the best moments in our life take place. And one of the biggest areas of your home is most likely your garage. If you’re looking for

New Garage Door, Front Porch, Windows Top the List of Home Improvements

08/6/2018

Looking to make home improvements? Spring is a great time to begin. It’s a time for renewal, a chance to take stock and make improvements on the things we’ve put off all winter. But what’s the best bang for your buck when it comes to

Why Garage Door Replacement Is a Good Idea

06/25/2018

You can easily spend a couple thousand dollars on a new garage door installation — it’s a serious investment. Not that you should be scared. It’s actually a very sound investment since it’s real equity that gets pumped into the value of your home, nearly

Signs You Need Garage Door Service

How do you know if your garage door needs repairing? If it’s not opening smoothly or doesn’t open at all, something’s definitely wrong. If it refuses to open, it could be as simple as faulty wiring or misaligned sensors. In fact, it could just be a matter of dead batteries in your remote or a blown fuse in your garage. Noisy garages are another sign they need repair. You might be able to solve this problem with a little garage door oil on all the moving parts, or it could be you need a new track or new rollers. If your door is noticeably off its tracks, stop using the door immediately. You can seriously damage the tracks or the garage door. If a repair seems beyond your abilities, give us a call. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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