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The following tips will help you take better care of your garage door and its various parts, as well as understand the different features your system has to offer.
Always take your garage door remote with you
Thieves are always trying to find easy ways to gain entry into private homes and a garage door remote is one of the easiest ways do that. Never leave it in your car or with a parking attendant. It is safer to simply add the remote to your keychain and keep it with you at all times. That way it won't fall into the wrong hands.
Only the damaged panels need to be replaced
Because garage doors are big, they are usually sectioned into several panels that are connected by hinges. That means that if your door gets damaged, you can - depending on the severity of the damages - get specific panels replaced, rather than the entire door. Give our experts a call when this happens and we'll find a matching panel that'll perfectly fit your door.
My garage door won’t go up
If your garage door has stopped going up, the most likely culprits are the springs. Depending on your door, you will either have one or two of these components, which are the ones in charge of actually lifting your door. Our experts recommend that you get the damaged spring professionally replaced, as it can be extremely dangerous to handle this component without the proper training.