What To Look For In A Garage Door Opener

Posted on: 2 February 2021

Are you currently shopping around for a garage door opener? If so, it will help to look for the following things to know that you are getting one that is a great fit for your home. Steel-Reinforced Belt Drive You should take a look at the kind of belt that comes with the garage door opener. Ideally, you are going to want a belt that is steel-reinforced for a couple of reasons.
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Why Is Your Garage Door Not Opening Very Fast?

Posted on: 12 June 2020

Your garage door is the quintessential "set it and forget it" type of machinery. It's installed before you move in and hardly ever think about while you live there. Until it stops working. Or, perhaps even more frustratingly, it takes forever to open and close. If that's the case, you might need to have your garage door repaired, but it's worth investigating these common reasons first. Reason One: The Setting Is Switched to Slow
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Garage Door Repairs And Improving The Life Of Your System

Posted on: 15 October 2019

When you take care of your garage door system, it is going to last longer. Poorly aligned tracks and loose tension springs can cause unnecessary strain on your garage door opener. Brackets can become loose over time, causing your tracks to get out of alignment. If the door continues to open and close with loose brackets, you can end up ruining your tracks. Check your garage door periodically to make sure the tracks are clean and lined up.
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Why You Should Consider Having An Opener For The Garage Installed

Posted on: 7 December 2018

If you have a garage or two at home, you may want to consider paying a contractor to install garage door openers for you. Sure, you might have done fine without one for a while, but if you check out the following points, you might decide that it is well worth it to get the opener now. You Don't Have To Get Soaked From The Rain When you pull out of a garage that doesn't have an automatic opener, you have to park the vehicle, get out, and go manually close the door and lock it.
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