Pets and Garage Doors: Keeping Your Animals Safe

Posted on: 10 August 2015
You're eager to improve the look of your home with a new garage door, but you are concerned about your pets. How can you make sure your animals are safe around the door and that they can get access to the garage if needed? Think Twice about Installing Pet Doors in the Garage You can install pet doors right into the garage door to give your pet access to the garage.
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What Can You Do About A Garage Door Chain That Came Off The Gear?

Posted on: 6 August 2015
Your garage door is raised and lowered by a motor attached to a drive chain. The chain is located over a track that runs along the ceiling of your garage. Over time, the drive chain can suffer from a condition referred to as "fatigue," which is basically a loosening and slackening of the chain. This slackening causes the chain to dip in the middle, so that it brushes along the track when it runs.
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Exciting New Features Found On Today's Garage Doors

Posted on: 4 August 2015
After you have owned a garage door for a few decades, you may decide that it is time to completely replace your garage door with a new one. There are several garage door innovations that can make your newest garage door much better than your old one. Even if your old door is still working, you may want to purchase a new one for the greater security features and durability.
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Questions About Some Common Issues With Garage Doors

Posted on: 3 August 2015
Your automatic garage door was likely a major investment in your home, and repairing this device can be extremely expensive. For those that are unfamiliar with garage doors, it is important to understand a couple of the issues and threats that can strike this part of your home. By considering these two answers to common questions about these problems, you will be better able to ensure that your home's garage door is kept safe from some potentially major damages.
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