Garage Door Spring Replacement: What You Need To Know

When your garage doors were installed, they were installed with a spring that is designed to help the garage door motor raise and lower your door. This spring also makes it possible for you to open and close your garage door manually in the event of a power outage or a bad motor. Still, garage door springs are not designed to last forever — so it's important to know what to expect when it comes to spring replacement. [Read More]

Three Reasons Water Is Coming Under Your Garage Doors

Water coming into your garage from under your garage doors is a sign the weatherproof seal you need isn't working the way it should. This can happen because of alignment issues, faded or cracked weatherstripping, or physical damage to the doors themselves. If you experience this problem regularly, here's what to look out for. Weatherstripping Needs Replacing Every garage door has weatherstripping installed around it to create a weatherproof seal when the door is completely closed. [Read More]

A Helpful Guide for Homeowners Purchasing New Garage Doors

At some point owning a home, you may have to replace the garage door. This is a huge investment that you need to get perfect to avoid buyer's remorse. You can be confident in your new garage door installation thanks to these tips. Assess Material Options One of the more important factors to take into account when buying a new garage door is the material it is made of. There are a lot of solid options, including steel, aluminum, and wood. [Read More]

4 Springtime Garage Door Maintenance Tasks

Garage doors are specifically designed to be able to withstand significant wear and tear. Because of this, a lot of homeowners tend to forget to maintain their garage doors. It should be part of a spring cleaning to-do list. After garage doors are exposed to winter weather, it is essential that garage doors undergo an inspection and routine maintenance to ensure that any repairs that are necessary are performed. If minor repairs can be performed early on, significant repair costs can be avoided. [Read More]