Decorating Your Garage Doors for the Holidays

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Things To Consider Before Buying A Garage Door Opener

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There’s no denying that a garage door opener can simplify your life. This handy-dandy tool eliminates the need to get in and out of your car in order to open and shut your garage door. No more getting wet in the rain or getting cold in the snow. No more fumbling with keys to lock and unlock the garage door. While a garage door opener is extremely convenient, there are a few things that you are going to want to know before you start shopping for one. Read More»

How To Fix Damaged Garage Door Fronts

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Wooden garage doors offer a traditional style and functionality that is hard to beat. The front of your garage door can fade due to constant exposure of the sun. This fading can even expose the wood beneath, leading to deterioration of the wood door. This, in turn, can lead to the swelling and warping, compromising the normal operation of the door. This article will explain how to patch and repair your garage doors. Read More»

Tips For Homeowners To Maintain Their Garage Doors

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Do you own a home that has a garage? Is your garage door something that you tend not to think about much? Although you may not give much thought to your garage door when it works, a non-functioning garage door can easily turn a good day into a bad one. Here are some signs that you may need to repair your garage door soon: Your garage door opens reluctantly: Some garage door openers are lethargic, at best, when it comes to the speed at which they open your garage door. Read More»

Learn How To Remove Rust From A Metal Garage Door And Keep It Protected

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If rust has formed on the bottom portion of your metal garage door, don’t call a garage door service just yet; learn how to remove it and restore the door back to its original condition yourself. After doing so, you can keep the door protected in the future to prevent rust from forming again. Use The Following Materials sponge water hose steel wool pad white vinegar detergent low and fine grit sandpaper hand sander painter’s tape lint-free cloth rust-inhibiting spray primer (for exteriors) rust-inhibiting spray paint (for exteriors) drop cloth Clean The Door And Remove The Rust Read More»