Garage door maintenance & repair

November 16, 2021
When the days get shorter, and the warm summer air gives way to the first subtle chills of fall air, you can count on two things happening. The once thick trees and flowers are laid bare as the leaves begin to change, and you’ll have to start thinking about winterizing your home.
May 11, 2021
Are you a fan of all the smart home items available today? Do you enjoy having a Wi-Fi-connected house? You may not realize that even your garage door opener can make life a touch easier. This is especially the case with Chamberlain LiftMaster products, which have nearly endless technology features!
October 5, 2020
Are you finally going to put a heating system into your garage? Perhaps you have been thinking about it for a while, and you wanted to finally get some heat out there? Maybe you have an older system for heating the garage that needs to be replaced?
May 28, 2020
If your garage is damp or humid, it can be an uncomfortable place to spend time. Whether you’re spending time there working on DIY projects or even just hitting your home gym, it can be very uninviting when the space is damp or humid. Besides, these elements can also lead to corrosion and rust or mold and mildew buildup. Humidity issues are far more common in hot, humid climates and damp regions, as well as in cold climates near bodies of water. Here are some tips for reducing the humidity in your garage, no matter the season.
February 13, 2020
The springs on your garage door probably aren’t on your mind every day. Unless you’re considering a new garage door or opener or yours happens to break down, it is not something that people usually even think about. This system is placed on the interior of the door to help counterbalance its weight, offering easy manual or electric operation by making the door seem much lighter.
September 13, 2019
You want your garage door to last for a long time, naturally. However, you also know that over time, things can wear out and need to be replaced. This is true not only of the garage door opener but also the door itself.
August 30, 2019
If you own a construction company or another service business, you likely have a garage where you store all your equipment and tools. Most of these garage doors are 10 feet wide and 12 feet high, not the same as a residential garage door.
December 21, 2018
When you hear the phrase “spring break,” you may think about fun in the sun. Unfortunately, not everyone has an exciting spring break. Especially when the spring break involves a loud, sudden noise from the garage. When you break a spring on your garage door, you may be startled or worse. After you take a moment to catch your breath, you take a look where the noise came from. Sometimes it isn’t as obvious as you might think. However, once you look up toward the ceiling, you may see that the lifting spring is no longer intact and is instead in two pieces.
November 30, 2018
Your garage door is old, but it seems to be working fine. In most cases, it’s probably made out of metal, but it may be wood. However, it is beginning to show signs of its age. Is it worth your time and energy to repaint it, or should you invest in a new garage door system? It’s not necessarily a clear-cut decision. Below, we’ll discuss some of the factors that should be considered during your decision-making process.
November 30, 2018
Similar to the slight rattle you ignore while driving your car, you can get used to small noises or irregularities that signal your garage door is still working properly. Unfortunately, your garage door is often times ignored until it quits functioning altogether, but your car you take in for routine maintenance.

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