Your home's garage door is an integral part of your living space, and it can be a significant investment. For this reason, you'll want it to stay in good repair for as long as possible. That means you need to replace parts as they wear out or break. One common repair is replacing worn-out hinges on the garage door with new ones. Typically hinges for residential garage doors require 14-gauge wide-bodied hinges.

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Garage doors are heavy and large, so they must be properly supported at all times. The hinges will also need periodic maintenance over time with oiling and adjustments required.

It might appear contradictory, but garage door hinges are gauged so that the thicker gauge has a lower number than the higher. So for commercial garage doors, you will require a heavy-duty 11-gauge wide-bodied hinge. Take note when it comes to residential hinges; you shouldn't use hinges with gauge sizes more than 14. The performance and durability of your garage door may be damaged in the long run if you choose thin hinges, even though you might save a little money by doing so initially. Thin hinges are a lot more prone to degradation than thick ones.

If you have an old, outdated garage door, it can be a safety hazard for your family. You don’t want to take any chances with the safety of those you love. That’s why we offer garage door hinges that will make sure your door is secure and safe from harm.

When you're ready to find some new garage door hinge replacements, you can rely on high-quality products from Garage Door Nation. Our goal is to make sure your garage door functions properly by providing quality products at affordable prices that will last for years to come. If you have any questions, you can also speak to one of our knowledgeable staff using our live chat option.

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