Posted on 5/25/2020 4:00 AM By Door Power
Learn about some of the most common garage door problems and how you can troubleshoot them at home from the garage door experts at Door Power.
Posted on 12/23/2019 4:00 AM By Door Power
A garage door that does not close properly is not just a safety hazard; it also compromises the security of your home. If your garage door doesn't close fully, there are several small issues that may be causing the problem. At Door Power, we know how important it is that your garage door functions safely and provides protection for your home. To help you better understand why your garage door won't close, we've listed a few of the most common reasons behind the issue. Take a look.
Posted on 6/3/2019 4:00 AM By Door Power
If your garage door isn't working right, the first thing on your mind is usually to get it fixed so you can gain access and restore security. However, having a broken garage door fixed isn't always the best option. Depending on the situation, sometimes it's better to take the opportunity to have it replaced. Here are some questions to ask yourself as you make the decision to repair or replace your garage door.
Posted on 5/6/2019 4:00 AM By Door Power
Whenever a garage door opener stops working out of the blue, the solution to the problem can usually be something incredibly simple to solve. Since many garage door owners who have similar problems that can easily be solved, we're going to explain likely repairs for such instances. However, if our advice isn't correcting your issue, it's possible that you'll need to contact a professional.
Posted on 3/25/2019 4:00 AM By Door Power
There’s a difference between a garage door that won’t open or close all the way, and one that is completely jammed. When your garage door doesn't move at all, you’ll need to call the experts at Door Power to inspect the problem, as jammed garage doors need to be fixed by a professional. Whatever the issue is, it could lead to costly repairs or a complete garage door replacement if you don’t take care of it right away.
Posted on 1/21/2019 4:00 AM By Door Power
When we install garage doors, we fit them with the rails that were designed for that door and that door only. In fact, every garage door that is manufactured comes with its own set of tracks. Although some companies do make rails that are adjustable, they rarely work universally. In other words, there’s a good chance that your next garage door replacement will have to be a complete replacement, parts and all.
Posted on 11/19/2018 4:00 AM By Door Power
Are you thinking about adding a second garage to your home? If you would like to expand your garage and make room for a second car or more storage for your household items, Door Power can help you choose the right garage door that will match your home and add security to your garage expansion.
Posted on 1/8/2018 4:00 AM By Door Power
When we install garage doors, we fit them with the rails that were designed for that door and that door only. In fact, every garage door that is manufactured comes with its own set of tracks. Although some companies do make rails that are adjustable, they rarely work universally. In other words, there’s a good chance that your next garage door replacement will have to be a complete replacement, parts and all. This is why we recommend an entire system overhaul to ensure that your new garage door will work correctly. When the rails go wrong, it will affect your door’s performance. Below are ways to tell if we need to replace the rails on your door.
Posted on 11/20/2017 4:00 AM By Door Power
Is it time to give your garage door system a much-needed refresher? Door Power has put together our top five picks for garage door upgrades and replacement ideas that will revitalize your entire garage. Check out our recommendations below:
Posted on 10/23/2017 4:00 AM By Door Power
Your garage door is a complex mechanism made up of several functioning components, each essential to the seamless movement of the door. Part of the mechanism includes a cable and spring that allows the door to open and close in a controlled manner. The springs are under a high amount of tension. For this reason, a spring break could cause the door to slam down and cause injury to a person or damage to an object. The garage door cable, is responsible for catching the door in the event that the spring breaks.
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