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]

2 Ways To Keep Your Automatic Garage Door Working Right

Posted on: 27 February 2017

Access to an automatic garage door allows you to enter and exit your enclosed garage without leaving the comfort of your vehicle. While automatic garage doors can be a valuable asset to any homeowner, these doors can also be a hazard if they are not properly maintained. Here are two things that you can be doing to ensure your automatic garage door continues to function properly and remains in good repair. [Read More]

3 Step Guide Finding The Problem When Your Garage Door Does Not Open

Posted on: 27 February 2017

When coming home from work one evening, you may have discovered that your garage door wouldn't open. If so, use the three steps below to try to find out what is causing the problem: the door, the switch, or the garage door opener itself. Step 1:  Check The Garage Door Before you turn your attention to the garage door opener and its components, the first thing you should do is check the garage door to see if the trouble is being caused by blocked or bent tracks. [Read More]