Overhead Garage Door Repair Specialists
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What is a wind load and do I need it?
A wind load is basically a regular garage door that has been reinforced structurally to withstand strong winds and meet the specific building code requirements in your area. You will need a wind load if you live in an area prone to strong winds such as hurricanes and windstorms.
What materials are garage doors made of?
Garage doors are usually made from wood, steel, aluminum, and fiberglass. Each of these materials has their own benefits, but most homeowners choose wood and steel doors. If you want a natural product that can withstand the test of time, then choose wood, but for lesser maintenance, opt for steel.
How can I increase my garage door’s security?
First of all, you can add to your garage door existing lockset another locks. For instance, a keyed lock seems to be the best option. Furthermore, those innovative modern trick locks will definitely provide you with a high sense of security.
Why does my garage door open only a few inches?
The most common reason is a broken spring just above the middle of the garage door. Garage door repair technicians advise homeowners to inspect the spring thoroughly and if you notice a gap in the spring, then it is certainly broken.
Why is my remote not working?
First turn off the security lock feature on the wall switch, if it is turned on. Ensure that the LED light is not blinking. This feature can be turned off by pressing and holding the LOCK button for a few seconds. Now the lights will stop blinking. Also check if the batteries in the remote need to be replaced.