Tips For Those Considering Installing Commercial Garage Doors

If your business must regularly receive shipments from large trucks, it can be beneficial to invest in the installation of commercial garage doors as this can significantly improve the ability of your workers to load and unload trucks. However, if you have never had the responsibility of caring for a commercial garage door system, you should keep a few important tips in mind when it concerns these door systems. Consider Investing In A Secondary Power Source [Read More]

Garage Door Problems? Some Things You Can Fix Yourself

Garage doors are big and very heavy. The springs that are in place to open and close the door are taut and can cause serious injury or damage if not handled properly. All this makes doing your own garage door repairs difficult and hazardous. However, there are some repairs you can do yourself when the door is not working properly. Here are some things to look for. Track Alignment One of the first things you can check is the track alignment. [Read More]

Building A New House? Two Tips To Help You Select The Right Garage Door

One of the most exciting aspects of building a brand new house is having the ability to choose all of the different features that will go into it.  You get your picks in nearly every part of the construction, from what type of flooring you have, the siding material selection and even the kitchen appliances.  However, while all of the aforementioned items are certainly high on the list of importance, there's another crucial piece that you have to select as well:  The garage door. [Read More]

Repair A Metal Garage Door That Has Holes And Rust Spots On Its Exterior

If your garage's metal door has small holes and rust spots on its exterior, repair the door's surface by completing the following steps. Afterward, apply a coat of rust inhibiting sealer to the metal to protect it from further damage. Supplies a metal cleaning agent long-handled scrub brush water hose epoxy metal repair putty putty knife power sander high grit sandpaper rust dissolving gel paintbrush vinyl drop cloths masking tape can of rust inhibiting sealer mixing stick paint tray paint roller and frame roller extension handle Clean The Door's Exterior And Fill Holes [Read More]