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Archive: March 2018

5 Do-It-Yourself Blogs for Your Next Home Project

03/19/2018

If you’re anything like us, we love a good do-it-yourself project. Whether it’s DIY garage door repair or a cool little craft, we’re all for it. So, we decided to scour the web and found 10 of the coolest DIY blogs for all you handy

Crashing into Your Garage Door: Is it Salvageable?

12/5/2017

Whether you’ve accidentally backed into your garage door or your teenager made a big mistake, there’s a good chance that you have a large dent in your panel. If you’re wondering if it’s possible to save the garage door, the answer is: maybe. The main

Garage Door Repair: How to Replace a Roller

09/5/2017

A well-maintained garage door can often last you a decade or longer. Unfortunately, this doesn’t also apply to your garage door parts. Chances are, you’ll need to replace things like screws, springs, hinges, and rollers long before you’ll need to buy a new garage door.

Fix My Garage Door! How to Use the Emergency Release Cord

To fix a garage door, sometimes you need to use the emergency cord to release it from the automatic opener. First, make sure the door is in the down position. Disengaging the cord when your door is still up can be extremely dangerous, especially if your spring is weak or broken. If the door is stuck in an open position, call a professional immediately. Next pull the emergency release cord, usually a red cord that hangs from the door trolley. Then manually move the door to where you want it. When you are ready to re-engage the door, manually move it back to the floor. Pull the emergency cord back towards the door. Start the automatic opener again. The chain should automatically connect.

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