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Factors to Consider When Replacing Your Home’s Garage Door

Whether you’ve only recently purchased your first home or you have been living in your own house for years, you may feel blessed to have skated by with only minimal repair and maintenance needs. Indeed, some of the biggest headaches for homeowners come from a leaking water heater, a malfunctioning air conditioner or even a burned-out well pump, especially when these breakdowns happen in the middle of the night.

Going the Distance: Making Your Garage Door Springs Last Longer

garagedoorThe average garage door is surprisingly heavy, with most doors weighing 200 pounds or more depending on the materials they’re made from. Garage door springs are designed to support this tremendous weight so your arms or your garage door opener doesn’t have to take the brunt of the load while lifting or lowering the door.

Like everything else on a typical garage door, garage door springs can deteriorate, and they’ll eventually fail. The following shows how you can get the most out of your garage door springs and even extend that lifespan with a few helpful care and maintenance tips.

A Guide to Lubricating Your Garage Door

Your garage door is only as good as the care and attention you give it. Lubrication is an essential part of garage door care and maintenance. Without it, you’ll find yourself having a hard time opening and closing your garage door in anything resembling a smooth fashion. The following offers an in-depth guide on the importance of lubrication and how you can successfully lubricate your garage door.

Why Does My Garage Door Squeak?

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The screech or squeak of a garage door can be as grating as nails on a chalkboard. But squeaky garage doors are more than just annoying. Garage door problems can affect your garage’s structure and integrity and can threaten your safety.

When it comes to a squeaky garage door, there isn’t just one cause. To solve the cause of the squeak, make sure you check for all the following issues.

Garage Doors: Wood, Steel, or Aluminum

When you choose a new garage door, you have three main options: wood, steel, and aluminum. Wood is a traditional, timeless garage door material that you’ve seen on homes your whole life. Steel and aluminum are fearless newcomers, bringing their own distinct advantages.

You can choose between the three by considering different garage door features and deciding which aspects you value most.

Helping Make Your Vision A Reality

Modifying a home can be a daunting task. It can be difficult to know which components to use, how to install them, or whether you need them in the first place! Our team will simplify the process, allowing you to make the changes and pick the garage that accentuates your home the most without any of the stress.