When it comes to your garage door, there are typically lots of questions and unknowns, especially if you’re deciding to replace or repair a part on the garage door. A garage door panel is a frequent topic of discussion — if one is damaged, should it be repaired or replaced? The answer will vary by situation, so there is not a single answer that can be applied all. For the most part, replacing the panel our recommendation, however there are reasons that a repair would also fix the issue. Read more
You know it, I know it — winter in the Midwest is not the best time to be outside, especially if you have to clean or fix something like your garage or garage door. That’s why it’s very important to finish up important outdoor preventative maintenance now, so you’re not working in the cold during the middle of winter.
With our four fall garage maintenance tips below, you’ll be worry-free as you approach freezing cold weather! Read more
Your home needs a new garage door, but which type will be best for your home? How much space do you have? Are you looking to expand your space? What all needs to fit inside the garage? These are a few questions to start you off in the right direction of your searching process for the perfect garage door type.
To begin, there are two most common types of garage doors that work best for homes: sectional and roll-up. From there, these doors are available in various materials, styles, finishes, and within every budget. Each door type has pros and cons — here is a guide to help you determine which door is best for your home! Read more
Looking at a garage door, there are a bazillion parts of all shapes and sizes. One of the big, important parts are the springs of the garage. The size and number of springs depends on the garage door(s) you have, but we’ll cover the basics. That way, you can continue to be a knowledgeable home owner.
What are garage door springs?
Garage door springs are the most important part of raising and lowering your garage door. Without the springs, your motor and door could not work together for the seamless performance we’ve come to expect. They counterbalance the heavy door and the up or down motion needed. For the most part, there are two types of springs: torsion and extension. Read more
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