About A Fast Closing Garage Door & Torsion Spring Problems

Posted on: 5 January 2016

Are you concerned because your garage door closes fast and hits the ground before stopping? You may be dealing with a major torsion spring problem that can be dangerous if you don't get it fixed by a repair specialist in a prompt manner. Below, learn important things about a garage door that moves faster than it should so you can determine how to go about fixing the problem. What Leads to a Garage Door Closing Fast & Hitting the Ground? [Read More]

The Green Machine: Four Tips For Creating An Eco-Friendly Garage

Posted on: 2 June 2015

The "green" trend is popular today because many people realize that they can save cash—as well as help the environment by switching things up a little. The garage is one area of the home that many people simply overlook, however a few upgrades can really make a difference. If you are interested in creating a more eco-friendly garage, start by following these four tips: 1. Double Check for Hazards The garage is a hot spot for hazardous materials and chemicals because so many people store them in it—and it makes sense. [Read More]

When Should You Repair Or Replace A Garage Door?

Posted on: 11 March 2015

You are in a hurry and rush into your driveway, click your button to open the garage door, and . . . BAM! What happened? Your garage door didn't open but you drove in anyway. While this is an extreme scenario, it is pretty much indicative of how most people think a garage door failure occurs. One moment it is working, the next it isn't. However, there are usually signs before your door fails that can keep you from experiencing this unfortunate scenario. [Read More]

Which Material Is Right For Your New Garage Door?

Posted on: 3 March 2015

Are you looking for a new garage door? If so, you'll have a lot of options to choose from. Style is a big factor when choosing a garage door, as is budget. One of the biggest factors, though, is the door's material. The material influences everything from appearance to cost to durability. Garage doors usually come in three different materials: wood, steel, and aluminum. Here are the biggest differences between the three: [Read More]