Finding time for some easy DIY maintenance can help prolong the life of your garage door. What’s more, a little preventative maintenance can help reduce the risk of injuries and damage to your property.
Whether it's a renovation or a brand-new build, the right custom garage door can enhance your home’s overall appeal, make it more secure, weathertight, and boost its value. So what are your options? Here are 5 tips to help you choose.
Pulling up to your garage to find the door won’t open is frustrating. Now it seems you’ve got to call a repairman – or do you? Here are 6 common reasons your garage door won’t open and how you can fix (most) of them quickly and easily.
Your garage door is your home's biggest moving part. To make sure it doesn't cause damage in a fall, get rigged open by an intruder, or injure someone, it's important to stay on top of upkeep by following these 9 maintenance tips.
When an up-and-over, or canopy, garage door doesn't open, it may have dropped out of its vertical guide track. This can happen when you open or close the door from one side, rather than in the middle, or try to open or close it too quickly.
Keeping your house safe from burglars is mostly a matter of making it look like it's more trouble than it's worth for thieves to break in. Here are do and don't tips to keep your home safe from burglars.
Over time grease and grit build up in your garage door's moving parts and form an abrasive sludge. If left alone, this sludge eats away at your door's rollers. Thankfully, cleaning and oiling your garage door's moving parts can clear out this sludge.