On this page you can find clear and concise answers to various garage door related FAQs. If you're looking for additional information or need emergency assistance, give us a call.
When should I consider replacing my garage door?
If your door is damaged or a part is broken and cannot be repaired or replaced, it may be time to consider purchasing a new door. When there is structural damage, replacing the door may be the best solution. When in doubt, ask one of our expert team specialists to take a look. It might be more cost-effective to make repairs instead of purchasing a new door.
My door won't open after I heard a loud bang. What's wrong?
More than likely the loud "bang" you heard was from one of the springs breaking. This is a common occurrence and can be easily repaired by an experienced professional with the proper tools and experience. Do not attempt to replace a broken spring by yourself. This is a dangerous procedure and can cause injury to you or someone nearby. For proper service or more information, contact our experienced technicians to resolve the problem properly.
What are the points to consider before buying a garage door?
There are a number of points to consider that would help in the process of finding the right door for your home. For example, the appearance, material, and design as well as insulation value, spring hardware, wind resistance, warranty, safety and which kind of opener would be right for you. If you're not sure where to start, contact our team for advice!
What are the merits of wooden garage doors?
The first benefit is that age-old look which goes so well with period properties. Moreover, wooden garage doors have been found to be moisture-resistant particularly if you use cypress, redwood or cedar. The downside is that you will have to engage in a lot more maintenance during wet weather and suffer pests.