One day, you push the button to open the garage door, and nothing happens. The motor whines, and maybe it starts to smoke or smells hot. It’s done. Replacing a garage door opener is something handy homeowners can do themselves, though it is time consuming and requires a number of hand tools and a drill. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When a garage door won’t close all the way, the most likely culprit is a problem with the door’s safety sensors. If one or both of them is obstructed, a signal will constantly be sent that there is something in the way. The door might close just a few inches and then retreat upward again. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When a garage door spring is loose,worn out or broken, the door won’t open or close properly. This can be dangerous if the door falls on someone, and it might damage your vehicle. Plus, having to manually open and close the garage door without the aid of the spring is an inconvenience! and depending on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.