The following statements may, at first glance, seem obvious to you, or you may not think they're important. Our professional advice, however, is to heed the warnings and tips in this post. Many home and business owners run into serious problems by skipping regular inspections, being careless, or attempting to do work they're unqualified to perform. This information will help keep you safe and your garage door in good shape longer so you can avoid unnecessary repairs or the need for premature replacement.
If your garage door is old, worn down, outdated, or doesn’t work anymore, it's time to look into buying a new one. Installing a new garage door can increase the resale value of your home, improve its overall look and feel, and save you money you'd otherwise be spending on costly repairs. If you can relate to any of the following scenarios, it's probably past time to replace your garage door.
If your garage door is misbehaving and you don’t know why, don’t brush it off, regardless of how small the problem may currently seem. Do a little investigative work to try to pinpoint the problem now—before it escalates. If you can’t figure out what’s wrong, call a trustworthy garage door repair technician to inspect your system for you. If you wait too long to fix a small issue, it could become a major, expensive problem before you know it. Here are several common problems homeowners face when their garage door starts acting up.
Most homeowners make at least one of three common mistakes. If you’re among them, it’s time to make a change! Doing so can save you a lot of money and prevent many accidents.
Some would rather get out the toolbox and try their hand at repairing their broken garage door than pay a garage door technician to do the job. At first glance, it may seem like the frugal option, but is it truly wise to attempt to repair your garage door on your own if you’re not a certified professional? Before you begin your next DIY garage door repair project, ask yourself the following questions.
Does your garage door seem to be jammed? There are several reasons this could have happened. The answer may be simple and easy to fix, or there may be a larger underlying problem with your garage door system that requires an expert to repair.
Topics: residential garage door repair
Garage doors can last for a long time, but nothing lasts forever. Eventually, your door will wear out, or something will happen that causes it to become damaged or break down. Here are some of the most common reasons garage doors break down or malfunction. If you find yourself in any of these situations, call a professional, trustworthy garage door repairman to assess any damage and recommend the best plan of action.
You probably hear the terms “free estimate” and “free quote” all the time, but have you ever wondered how they actually work? What goes into an estimate and how is a job quoted? Today, we’re going to break down the process, so if you call us wondering what a repair or replacement will cost, you will understand the steps taken to determine an amount. We offer both residential and commercial estimates for our customers.
Many homeowners must face the decision to either repair or replace their garage door. How can you tell if your whole system is on its last leg and needs to be replaced or if it simply needs to be repaired? If you’re struggling with this, and you really have no idea what the better option is, call a trustworthy garage door repairman (or woman) to inspect your door and offer a professional opinion. Often, the best answer will become clear. Here are several instances where it would be wiser to replace rather than repair your garage door.
We receive all sorts of calls about garage doors in Des Moines and surrounding areas where people are running their door with a broken spring. People don’t know where the spring is located, let alone know how to check if it’s intact or not. Most of us don’t give our garage doors a second thought these days with how busy our lives are...until it stops working. Then it sends us into a panic! Here are a five tips to help you prevent getting your car trapped inside your garage due to a broken garage door spring.
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