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Test and lubricate your springs before winter
Most of your garage door is made up of different metallic parts. Your garage door springs are no different. When the chill of winter hits, the springs can become quite stiff and possibly break. Lubricate your springs regularly, but more so over winter. You can usually do this by yourself, but if you’re not sure what needs to be done, call our team for help and advice.
Your garage door needs some occasional maintenance
Most people usually get things checked around their homes at least once a year. They check the heating system before winter, their cars a few times a year. Doesn't it stand to reason that your garage door needs to be routinely checked as well? With so much daily use and so many moving parts and complex components, any number of things can go wrong. Get your door checked annually by our professionals and we'll take care of any little issues before they become big problems.
Take the right decisions
When it comes to garage doors, make sure your decisions are wise and sound. Don't make compromises when it comes to your personal safety and security. Invest in low cost maintenance door materials, powerful openers, the best springs, and professional repairs.
Give your garage door a visual inspection every month
Every person wants to own a flawless garage door. In that event, a visual inspection will help you detect any technical problems. All you have to do is check your garage door opener, cables, springs and roller in order to ensure that they are working properly.
Keeping the Cost of Garage Door Installation Low
Try to get the right product and size regardless of price. Ideally modern technology should be incorporated because it brings the cooling and heating bills down. It is also one of the critical security measures that you can use occasionally.
Get backup systems with batteries
Getting a backup battery system for your opener is very helpful. During power outage the system will work as usual and you won't lift the door manually. The batteries last for 24 hours in full operation and there are LEDs showing the charge status.
Get broken cables replaced as soon as possible
Garage door cables must be in an excellent condition at all times. Trying to operate a door with a broken cable will make the panels tilt and possibly collapse. Not only that, one of the system's springs may snap, and if you're anywhere near it when it does, you could get seriously hurt. You should seek professional assistance immediately.