Tuesday, September 22, 2015
A garage door leads a pretty basic life – going up and coming down repeatedly at your bidding, until that fateful day when it decides to ignore your commands and stay put. This may not seem much like a big deal, but what if there is an emergency and you need to drive out immediately?
If being stuck inside is bad enough, what happens when you’re stuck outside? A garage door may not seem like much, but on those days when the weather is less than favorable, you’ll be considerably glad to have one.
Monday, September 21, 2015
Life in Fort Lauderdale can be pretty great, especially if you have all the necessary equipment and amenities at your disposal. One of such necessities is a fully functional garage door. This is because the weather conditions can sometimes be erratic and surely you don’t want the elements making a mess of your garage. Sometimes, this means calling for repairs; other times, a replacement may be inevitable. How do you identify which?
Chipping paint and the occasional dents are pretty normal in any garage door. A new coat of paint, along with a few hammerings here and there, can easily resolve those concerns. There are some instances, however, wherein the repair option is no longer feasible and you have no other choice but to call for a replacement.
Sunday, September 20, 2015
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Severe storms experienced by everyone in Southwest Florida only reinforce the importance of securing your home’s windows and doors, more importantly your garage doors. In fact, the loss of garage doors has been identified as one of the major factors that contribute to hurricane storm damage among homes, according to the Emergency Management Agency.
Friday, September 18, 2015
One of the important decisions to make in constructing the new garage is the kind of door to use. The right garage door will not only give your home ample protection, but can greatly contribute to improving its curb appeal and resale value. There are several choices available.
Thursday, September 17, 2015
The garage door in your Boca Raton home has to be durable and tough to be able to protect your home and belongings from intruders or from the elements. The problem is that, like other pieces of home equipment, they are subject to wear-and-tear. It’s quite possible for your garage door to develop a glitch or two after several years of operation. Here are a few examples of common problems associated with garage doors.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Before calling local garage door repair professionals, check if you really have a sensor issue – but exercise caution when you do. First, it helps to know how typical safety sensors work. There are often two sensors, one on each side, with one sending the other a beam of infrared light. When this beam is disturbed, the door would refuse to budge, as a standard safety procedure. The electronic components inside sensors are typically long-lived, but they’re not invulnerable to failures over time.
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Springs are perhaps one of the most underappreciated components of a typical garage door. Such a belief is understandable in a sense, but choosing to almost completely ignore the springs is quite uncalled-for—without them, the door wouldn’t even be able to work properly. Any sort of trouble with your garage door has, more or less, something to do with these springs, and you’ll have to know when they’ve actually failed. A garage door’s springs can give out under a variety of ways, as any local garage door repair expert in or around Tamarac would confirm. In general, a good combination of continuous lifting and weather changes can gradually weaken the metal springs and cause them to break. When they do break, they don’t do so quietly: the garage door falls down in a large bang that could severely injure or destroy anything blocking its path on the way down.