Garage Door Tips
Not all garage doors and their components are the same.· If you are trying to keep your spending in check, find a great value, not necessarily the cheapest option. Be sure to ask your technician all that is included in the price quote.· Ask if there will be any additional charges to get your new door up and running. Get all warranties and guarantees in writing. Installation is just as important as the product you choose.· Be sure you hire a qualified technician to do your work.
Garage Door Brackets
We don’t think about repairing our garage door often. It’s one part of our home that is just supposed to, well, work.When it doesn't, you can be stuck, literally. If you have been having problems with your garage door, you could check some of the following: Brackets: The brackets on your garage door hold the tracks to the wall and allow the door to move up and down. If they become loose, you can tighten the bolts or screws back into the wall. If they become dented, you may need to pound them out with a rubber mallet or call one of the professionals on TeamDaveLogan.com to repair or replace the tracks. All our garage door repair professionals are put through a 17 point pre-screening and would be happy to help you! Find a company now!
Garage Door Tracks
So your garage door needs repair and you aren't sure what to do. Have you tried looking at the tracks to make sure they are properly aligned and level? A horizontal track will slant toward the back of your garage. If you notice that the tracks may be out of alignment, you can tap them back into position and then screw or bolt them into place. If this is more than of a garage door repair than you want to handle yourself, all our garage door repair professionals are put through a 17 point pre-screening and would be happy to help you! Find a company!
Garage Door Rollers
Haven’t found the answer to your garage door repair yet? How about the rollers? Are you finding dirt and grease built up on the rollers? This can hinder the garage door from opening and closing easily. You’ll want to clean the rollers and then lubricate them as well with spray and powder. Dirt and grease can build-up on the rollers of a garage door, and hinder the garage door from going up and down smoothly. Clean the rollers and lubricate them with spray and powder. If this is more than you want to handle yourself, all our garage door repair professionals are put through a 17 point pre-screening and would be happy to help you! Find a contractor today!