Fixing A Wood Panel In Your Overhead Garage Door

If you had a recent mishap happen where you bumped into your wooden garage door with your vehicle, leaving behind a crack in one of the panels, repairing it promptly will become a necessity. Tending to a crack in your wood overhead garage door will keep it from sustaining additional damage as the door is opened and closed. Here are some steps you can use to patch a small cracked portion of a wood panel in your garage door on your own. [Read More]

A Guide To Understanding Why Your Garage Door Will Not Close All The Way

If your garage has an automatic door opener, there are several problems that could be indicated when the door fails to open and close as expected. It is crucial to be sure that you know how to diagnose those issues as early as possible to minimize injury or damage. For example, you depend on both the reversal mechanism and photo eye to detect a person, animal or object in their path when descending. [Read More]

Buying A Garage Door? Ask These Five Questions

If you're buying a new garage door, it's important to note that there are many different styles that will cater to different homeowners. Consulting a garage door specialist will help you find the perfect fit. Here are five questions to ask before you make a decision on any garage door.  What Color Is It? First, consider the color of the door and how it fits with your goals. Do you want the door to stand out from your home to add a flash of visual interest? [Read More]

3 Tips For Maintaining Your Garage Door

In order to keep your garage door at its absolute best, you will need to consider a few important maintenance steps. Maintaining your garage door will allow you to remain safe, protect your home as a whole, and ensure that your door lifts and closes with no problem. With this in mind, take advantage of these tips below in order to get the most out of your garage door springs, motor, chain, door panels, and other components. [Read More]