Three Things You Should Consider Before Installing An Automatic Gate

Posted on: 12 February 2016
Automatic gates offer security and convenience, so it's only natural to want one around your home. However, before you install an automatic gate, there are several factors you should consider. Thinking about these factors will help you to pick the right automatic gate for your family. How Much Power You'll Need When shopping for an automatic gate you choose the gates you want and then select a motor to power them.
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Tips For Protecting A Garage Door From Hockey Pucks

Posted on: 13 January 2016
If you are a homeowner whose child plays hockey, chances are good that you are either going to need to figure out a really good way to protect your garage door from impromptu street hockey games, or you're going to have to resign yourself to replacing your garage door every few years. The latter option can become very expensive. As a result, you probably want to protect your garage door as well as possible.
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Why Won't Your Garage Door Open?

Posted on: 14 December 2015
You're sitting in your driveway in your car full of groceries, and your garage door won't open. The problem could range from your remote control batteries being dead to the garage door opener motor being burned out. Here is how to do some simple troubleshooting to discover why the door isn't working. Checking the Remote If you have another remote control, try that one. If it works, replace the batteries in your original remote and try it again.
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3 Reasons To Upgrade Your Garage Door Even If It Isn't Broken

Posted on: 16 November 2015
While the saying "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" may apply to many things in life, it doesn't apply to old garage doors. If you haven't updated your garage door in many years and have routinely had repairs done when needed instead of replacing it, then realize that there does come a time when replacement is not just a good investment, but essential for the safety of your family. Here are three signs that you need to replace that old garage door, even if it isn't broken at the moment.
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