Garage Door Repair: How To Deal With A Bad Sensor That Won't Let The Door Won't Close

Posted on: 10 April 2019

If your garage door won't close, the problem might be the sensors at the bottom of the door. There is a sensor on each side, and one sends a light beam to the other one, which acts as a receiver. If the light isn't detected by the receiver, your garage door won't close as a safety mechanism. When this happens, the opener may blink, but the door won't move. Here's how to deal with this problem.
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Worthwhile Renovation Ideas That Will Improve The Value Of Your Home When It Comes Time To Sell

Posted on: 9 April 2019

When it comes time to tackle a remodeling project many homeowners are hesitant to spend money on something if it doesn't have the potential to return on the investment. Many people feel that there are lots of things that they'd love to change about their home, but they might not have a lot of extra money and they want to focus on something that has the potential to recoup this investment.
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Listen To Your Garage Door

Posted on: 3 April 2019

Garage doors play an important role when it comes to accessing commercial properties. These doors allow service vehicles to enter and exit mechanic bays. They also provide an access point for the loading and unloading of goods in a warehouse. Having your commercial garage door break down could seriously disrupt your company's workflow and compromise productivity. Being able to spot signs of a potential breakdown before your garage door stops working entirely will help you avoid costly delays in work activities.
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New Garage Door? Know How You Can Maintain It

Posted on: 31 March 2019

If you have recently had a new garage door installed, one of your goals may be to start maintaining it better now that you have a fresh start without any problems. Here are three ways that you can maintain your garage door: Clean The Door The exterior of a garage door collects a ton of dirt over the years. A storm can cause dirt and rain to splash against the surface, which will leave the door with some ugly stains.
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