Garage Doors

August 30, 2019
When faced with this unfortunate situation, you could hire a company that specializes in this type of cleaning. There are several cleaning products to tackle the problem. Here, we channel the spirit of HGTV and provide helpful hints for erasing the damage.
August 16, 2019
Chances are, most of the garage door windows you’ve seen have been along the top of the door or right below that section. What you might not know is that these are not your only options.
December 21, 2018
At some point, we all do it. You pull up to the house in a rush, push the button on the opener, park and then run inside to handle an emergency. Maybe the kids are out playing and need the garage door open, so they can get their toys out and then put them up. Whatever the case, you end up leaving the garage door open overnight. That’s no big deal, right? Actually, it is a bigger deal than you might realize.
November 30, 2018
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.
June 29, 2018
Have you ever left for work, saw your old garage door closing as you backed out of the drive, and thought “Man, that door makes a lot of noise, but as long as it’s still working, I guess it’s probably all right.”? If so, you aren’t alone. Many homeowners have older garage doors that are noisy or slow, but still work, so they leave them be.
May 15, 2018
Have you noticed that your energy bill seems to keep going up and up even though you are trying to use less electricity? You might find that this increase in energy usage is coming from your garage door. It’s not the raising and lowering of the door that is causing the energy drain – that only uses a miniscule amount of energy. The real problem could be coming from heat and cool air being loss through the garage door. Even those who have garage doors that are insulated might find that their door is not performing optimally. This is certainly true for those garage doors that are not equipped with thermal breaks and top-performing weatherseals. If you are getting ready to buy a new garage door, then you might want to consider some of the following factors to make sure you are getting a door that will help to keep your energy costs down.
May 14, 2018
Popular in the 1950s and ‘60s, carriage house doors have recently made a comeback. Urban and suburban homeowners looking for a way to convey luxury, warmth and style have opted, in increasing numbers, to bring carriage house doors back into vogue.
May 14, 2018
Building a small garage? Having a shed built on your land? Wondering what the best way to add a door to your garage might be? Really, a sectional door is the ideal solution. Why is that, though? Let’s look at some of the most compelling reasons to consider installing a sectional door on your shed, barn or small garage.
December 29, 2017
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…
November 24, 2017
Undoubtedly a must-have accessory, garage door openers make our lives so much easier! But, like with all electrical appliances, problems may arise, and when they do, you need to know what the specialists are talking about! This article should help. (...)

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