In winter, it’s tricky to keep your energy up, especially by the end of the day. All you want to do is slip inside, get your slippers on, and enjoy time with the family during the holiday season. You pull up to your home and hit the garage door opener button. You wait a moment, try again, but nothing happens! It can’t be the door opener remote, you just changed the batteries! Oh dear, it looks like you have to reprogram the LiftMaster by Chamberlain garage door opener!
Power outages happen in all areas of the world, no matter what the weather is usually like. Almost everyone has experienced one at one time or another, be it due to a thunderstorm, rolling blackout, or a blown fuse that ends up affecting the entire street. The last time it happened to you, maybe you were coming home from an exhausting day at work. Maybe it was a family trip when everyone was ready to get home and comfortable, or maybe you were already cooped up inside with a gaggle of rowdy children ready to get outside for some fun… No matter the situation, a power outage is a source of frustration and a wrench thrown in the day that no one wants to have to deal with.
Garage door maintenance is a must. Like anything in your home, it needs to be looked over and taken care of from time to time if it is going to provide you with the longevity that you deserve. If you aren’t keeping up on maintenance, your garage door will suffer as a result.
If your garage door is in good shape, even if it’s a little older, you may not be interested in replacing it. However, sometimes it might be worth considering whether the time and effort of repainting it is worth it. Choosing which option is best can take some serious thinking and decision making. We are here to help you with that decision.
Look, I get it, your garage door was a BIG investment, and the last thing you want is to have to spend EVEN MORE money getting it repaired every couple of years.
Well, I’ve got good news for you! If you do these four things, your garage door should be in top working order for decades to come!
Let’s start at the beginning…