5 Things to Do If You Crash Your Car Into Your Garage Door

Posted on: 5 May 2017

If you've backed your car into your garage door, you are not alone. This is a relatively common occurrence, but unfortunately, depending on how hard you hit the door, it can have a range of consequences. Here's what you need to do if it happens. 1. Check If the Opening Mechanism Works After you have got your car back into its regular parking spot and turned it off, you should check to see if the automatic garage door opener still works.
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3 Qualities of a Burglar-proofed Entryway

Posted on: 28 April 2017

Your front, back and garage doors are your first line of defence against a potential burglar. It is not enough to just have a door and one lock, particularly today when criminals have become more adept at their game. A strong front door and a weak back door still leaves you vulnerable in cause of attack. A rule of thumb is to ensure that all your exterior doors have the same level of security.
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Do Your Garage Door Springs Need Repair? 4 Ways to Find Out

Posted on: 11 April 2017

Garage doors are used every day. Unfortunately, many homeowners rarely take time to inspect the condition or even the performance of their garage doors. This makes it hard for them to spot any faulty issues early enough and they end up with costly repairs. Among the major components of your garage door is the springs. Whether your doors have torsion springs or extension springs, the daily operation of your door subjects the springs to constant stress that may cause their deterioration.
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Door Repairs: Tips to Remedying Squeaky Doors

Posted on: 21 March 2017

Over time, you may find that your doors have become much noisier than normal. This noise will typically manifest as squeaking due to the numerous movable parts that comprise doors. Some homeowners may opt to ignore this squeaking, assuming that it would be too difficult to remedy on their own. The truth though is that it is not hard to troubleshoot the cause of the squeaking and possibly fix it on your own.
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