When you have an automatic garage door, you probably don't think much about it until it stops working. If your door is starting to struggle to open, or you notice a whining, grinding sound as the door is being used, it may be time to replace your garage door. While many problems can be repaired, if your door is getting old and needs repairs often, you probably need a complete replacement.
24 January 2017
With proper care and maintenance, you can expect your business's automatic doors to last for many years. Here are three ways you can help your doors last longer and remain safe for daily use. Keep items out of the way Automatic doors work by utilizing sensors that pick up on movement, opening when people or animals approach. These sensors can also be triggered by objects that are in the way of the door's tracks.
7 October 2016
When you are preparing for a big move and gathering moving supplies, most people tend to focus on boxes. While boxes are important, they are only one part of the materials that you need for your move to be successful. Make sure that you also have these supplies on hand so that all of your belongings are protected. Plastic Wrap There are many uses for plastic wrap during a move, with it being a very versatile item.
11 May 2016
Replacing your beautiful old windows with new ones may not be a decision that you came to lightly. Some of the windows used during the construction of older homes are very beautiful and can be hard to let go of. Instead of getting rid of the beautiful old window, you can give it a new purpose in your kitchen. Suspended windows over center islands or over tables will add architectural charm and provide you with a creative use for the old window that you don't want to let go of.
24 December 2015
A garage door must be properly maintained in order to keep it working properly. There are small things that you can do to your garage door to keep working at maximum efficiency without having to call a service person. Align The Sensors The sensors on the garage door can throw off the entire opening and closing of the door if they are not in proper alignment. Take a long piece of string and tie one end to the sensor on the left side and then tie the other on the right side.
4 December 2015