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  • Questions About Some Common Issues With Garage Doors


    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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  • What Every New Homeowner Should Understand About Garage Door Repair


    As a new homeowner, you may be enthusiastic to approach home updates and repairs, citing the confidence, skill, and money you gain in the process of attempting to do it yourself. But even though many home repairs are possible to attempt with little experience (or through help from internet resources), attempting to repair your garage doors are an entirely different issue. From the motor to the springs, your garage doors are a dependable powerhouse for accommodating swift access to and from your garage and home.
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  • Dealing With A Noisy Garage Door: Troubleshooting And Repair


    When you use your garage door opener, are you constantly annoyed by loud noises coming from the door as it opens or closes? If so, then you might want to contact a garage door service to have the problem repaired. Before you do so, however, there are some simple steps you can take to troubleshoot common garage door problems that may be causing a noisy door. Try Lubricating the Rollers and Chains
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  • Take Care Of Your Springs And Your Garage Door Will Last You For A Long Time


    The life of your garage door, as rated by the manufacturer, usually includes both the door and its mechanisms. If one of the mechanisms causes the garage door to no longer work, then the garage door has "failed." By contrast, the mechanisms themselves, such as the torsion and extension springs, have their own life cycles independent of the door as a whole. The Cycle Life of the Torsion and Extension Spring
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