Garage Door Services Can Prevent Or Repair These Issues

If you have a busy lifestyle, you likely do not think about your garage door often. Hopefully, you do not skip garage door services. Many American garages are used for more than storing vehicles. The need to access them often makes it sensible to take proactive steps that can reduce the need for garage door repairs. Many repair issues are the result of a lack of maintenance. The following points identify a few common garage door repairs. Read More 

4 Problems That Indicate Your Aluminum Garage Door Needs Repair

Garage door repair is something that most people don't often think about until their door gets stuck. It's not uncommon for an aluminum garage door to get jammed or broken. Luckily, some clear signs can tell you it is going to need a repair soon. Knowing these signs will help you call for garage door repair services before it's too late. Here are the four problems that show your aluminum garage door needs a repair. Read More 

Three Ways To Use Your Garage Door Opener As Safely As Possible

A garage door opener allows you to easily gain access to your garage any time you choose. It is important to make sure that you do everything you can to use the opener responsibly so that no one can gain access to your garage whom you do not want to have access to it. The guide below walks you through a few ways to be as safe as possible when you use a garage door opener to get in and out of your garage. Read More 

How To Replace A Garage Door Wall Switch

If the light on your garage door opener isn't working properly, check the wall switch. The wall switch activates the light on the garage door opener, which raises or lowers the door. A wall switch can easily be replaced by a beginning DIY enthusiast. Here are some tips to replace a garage door wall switch. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: work gloves step-ladder non-contact voltage tester multimeter with continuity  Phillips screwdriver or slotted screwdriver flathead screwdriver (optional) 22-gauge bell wires (optional) hammer (optional) insulated staples  (optional) wire strippers Set a step-ladder to reach the outlet in the ceiling for the opener cord, and disconnect it. Read More 

To DIY or Not: Three Garage Door Problems That Should Be Handled By Professionals

If you are like most homeowners, you probably like to tackle some projects yourself to save time and money. While there are a lot of projects that can easily be done without the help of a professional, not all projects fall under that scope. If you are thinking about tackling a DIY garage repair, make sure it isn't any of these three projects: 1. Broken Springs After several years of daily use, it is inevitable that your garage door springs become non-functional. Read More