The answer to your garage door dilemma may be simpler than you think. Check out our comprehensive list of FAQs and find out what your next step should be.
I think my garage door needs new springs. Can I replace them by myself?
Replacing your garage door springs requires specific tools and proper training. One wrong move and you can suffer a serious injury. Don't risk trying to do it yourself. Call our experts and we'll make sure your springs are replaced safely and correctly.
Does my garage door and its opener need regular maintenance?
Garage doors and openers are very durable, but they can both benefit from regular attention and maintenance. Keeping their various parts clean and applying lubrication to the appropriate sections on a semi-annual basis can actually prolong their lifespan. Your door's weatherstripping should also be replaced when signs of wear start to appear.
What is the best way to clean a garage door?
If you have a pre-finished steel door, you can simple clean the surface with water and a mild detergent. Gently scrub dirt and mildew from the surface and rinse the entire door with water when you are done. If there are any stubborn spots, you should be able to remove them with a gentle cloth. Remember that you should never pressure wash your garage door.