The Influence of Weather Conditions on Garage Door Functionality

Weather conditions can significantly impact the performance and longevity of garage doors. From scorching summer heat to freezing winter temperatures, each season presents its own distinct array of obstacles and difficulties. This blog post delves into the ways various weather conditions can affect garage door performance and provides practical solutions to mitigate these issues. Summer Heat and Garage Doors During prolonged periods of heat, metal garage doors can expand, leading to alignment issues. [Read More]

Dragging You Down: Reasons Why Your Garage Door Is Sluggish

Garage doors are often the last thing homeowners think about when it comes to home maintenance. They open and close without a hitch, so you may not think twice about them. However, when a garage door begins to open and close slowly, it can indicate a problem that needs to be addressed. Take a look at some of the potential causes for a sluggish garage door and why quick action is necessary. [Read More]

Clear Signs Your Garage Door Opener Needs Repair

Your garage door opener is a critical part of your garage door. It is one of the most used items in your home. It's unlikely you will notice the door opener is not working until it gives you some warning signs that all is not well. Here are some of the major signs that the door opener needs repair. The Door Opener Is Very Loud If your garage opener suddenly went from being quiet to being very noisy then pay attention. [Read More]

Is It Time To Upgrade Your Garage Door?

Having a garage door that lasts for years is something to be proud of as it shows the door was well-made. However, eventually, you do have to make some upgrades due to safety issues and general functionality. Your older garage door may have served you well so far, but now it's time to consider some upgrades. The Garage Door Opener Doesn't Automatically Reverse This is a critical safety issue. If you have a garage door opener that raises and lowers the door via remote or switch, it has to have an automatic reverse function that sends the door back up if the sensors pick up anyone or anything in the path of the door. [Read More]