Our professional technicians have the knowledge and the skills to handle any garage door problem you may encounter. To learn how to care for this type of system, give our tips below a look.
Make sure the door connecting your garage to your home can be locked
Garage doors these days have made great advancements as far as home security is concerned. However, crafty tech-savvy burglars may still find a way to bypass their specially designed features to get inside your garage and then into your home. If you have a door separating your home from your garage, make sure it is a sturdy door that can be locked for a little bit of extra security.
Test the balance of your door
Checking how balanced your garage door is would help you determine whether or not spring adjustment will be required soon. To do this, first make sure the door is fully closed, then disconnect it from the opener. After you've done that, lift the door manually until it is halfway open, and let it hang there. If it moves up or down immediately and isn't able to stay in place, then you need to have the spring adjusted. This is a dangerous task, so it's better to let our experts take care of it.
Choosing a new garage door
Your choice will likely depend on your expectations and requirements. In many cases, a professional can guide you towards the right decision for you. You'll need to consider factors such as budget, size, type of material and whether or not your new door meets the horsepower capacity of your opener.