How & Why You Should Use Garage Door Lubricant

Posted by Tommy Mello on

Heading home from a long day at work drops your stress level instantly -- at least until you have to face your noisy garage door again.  The screeching, banging, and groaning is a chaotic symphony...

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Customizing Garage Doors with Windows and Hardware

Posted by Brenda Mendez on

When your home needs a big burst of curb appeal on a little budget, there’s one surface that can act like a giant blank canvas: your garage door. It’s amazing how much a little hardware and...

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Garage Door Spring Replacement Guide – How to Tutorial

Posted by Brenda Mendez on

The garage door is the heaviest movable object of your home, weighing in the neighborhood of 400+ pounds. We put our trust in the rollers, tracks, and springs when the door cycles up and down,...

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How to Replace Your Garage Door Cables

Posted by Thomas Mello on

Before beginning any project ensure that you have all the materials necessary to complete the job. The size of the door will determine the cable size, for example a 7ft door you will use an...

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How to Add a Second Garage Door Torsion Spring

Posted by Thomas Mello on

The main benefit of changing your garage door system from a one spring, into a two spring system is first and foremost SAFETY. If a torsion spring breaks, there is nothing supporting the door. Generally...

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