Updating Your Existing Garage Door for Improved Energy Efficiency

Posted on: 14 September 2022

One area often overlooked when addressing energy efficiency in residential properties is the garage door. For many people, the garage is just a place to park the car, but if there is living space connected to the garage, cold air could get in through the garage door and cost you money on heating.  Upgrading Your Garage Door The original garage door installation on your home was most likely fine, but over time the door can loosen up, allowing air to get in.
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Do You Need Garage Door Repair Services? 3 Reasons To Call Professionals Today

Posted on: 16 June 2022

One of the most used entryways in most homes is the one leading to the garage. Therefore, regardless of how sturdy this door is, it is bound to wear out at some point due to its frequent use. The wearing out of this door increases the chances of the entire door system malfunctioning or failing. Unfortunately, most garage door issues arise at the most inopportune time. But unless you are trained, any garage door repair attempt you make might escalate the problem.
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2 Signs Your Garage Door's Springs Are Broken And Need Repairing

Posted on: 11 March 2022

Recently, whenever you go to pull into or exit your home's garage, you may have noticed that the door is not moving as smoothly as it should. You may notice that it is jerking as it moves or has started to stall. If so, one possible explanation for the issues with the door is that the springs are broken. When trying to determine whether the garage door's springs are the culprit and need to be repaired by a professional, look for the signs discussed below.
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How To Diagnose A Garage Door That Struggles To Open And Close

Posted on: 21 December 2021

A garage door that looks and sounds like it's having a difficult time moving open and closed could be damaged in a way that impedes or weakens its movement. Damage to the door changes its shape and the way it moves. It can also create or exacerbate problems that prevent your door from moving and pose potentially serious safety risks. Doors Broken, Warped, or Misshapen Physical damage to the door of any kind will often prevent it from moving properly, as a door that is somehow misshapen will no longer be able to smoothly move within its tracks.
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