Signs It's Time To Replace Your Garage Door

Posted on: 28 February 2017

Before you call your garage door repair team again, you might want to consider these signs that it's time to replace your garage door. It Keeps Breaking Down A single malfunction isn't such a big deal with garage doors. The door has a lot of moving parts, and you can expect for one of them to break every now and again. But if your repairs have added up to roughly 50% of the garage door's value, then you're probably spending too much. [Read More]

The Truth Behind These 2 Garage Door Myths

Posted on: 28 February 2017

While garage doors require very little attention aside from some annual maintenance, there are misconceptions about garage doors for painting and insulation. Here is the truth behind two garage door myths. Myth 1: Garage Doors Don't Need Insulation It's common for garages to not have heating and cooling in them, so they are typically colder or hotter than your house in the winter and summer respectively. Since they are not the same temperature, many homeowners make the mistake of assuming that a garage door doesn't need insulation. [Read More]

5 Things To Consider About Upgrading A Manual Garage Door

Posted on: 28 February 2017

If you're moving into a house that has a garage with a manual door, you may be considering an upgrade to add an automatic opener. While an upgrade will definitely add some value to your home, there are some factors to consider if you're deciding if it's time to make the upgrade or not. The Weather The nice thing about an automatic opener is that you never need to get out of the car to open it. [Read More]

Preventing Theft With A Garage Door

Posted on: 27 February 2017

Your garage is a potential jackpot for a burglar, since you use it to store things ranging from your car to power tools. That's why you must pay extra attention to the security of your garage and the main entry point, the garage door. It's a potential security vulnerability, though it's possible to make a garage more safe by following some helpful tips. Secure The Remote Opener You may not realize it, but the easiest way for a thief to get into your garage is with the remote. [Read More]