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Reasons To Avoid Doing Your Own Garage Door Repair

Has your garage door stopped working, and have you decided that you are going to try to save money by fixing it yourself? You may want to rethink your decision. This is one job that you may want to leave to the garage door professionals for the following reasons. You Could Injure Yourself When Performing This Type of Repair The garage door uses springs that have a lot of tension on them, and they are connected to your garage door's torsion cable. Read More 

How Do You Know When Your Garage Door Needs To Be Replaced?

In most homes, the garage door is used daily since it is where the vehicles are parked. A bit of close observation can go a long way if you notice something just doesn't look right with your garage door or how it is operating. The question is – how do you know when it is time to have your garage door replaced? The Door Won't Open or Close Check the connection between the control panel and the door. Read More 

Securing The Windows In Your Garage Door

Authorities in Edmonton estimate that there are an average of eight home invasions each month. Many would-be burglars gain entry to a property through the garage door, and windows can provide an easy access point into your home. If your garage door features windows, here are three simple things you can do to secure these windows against home invasions in the future. 1. Add privacy film to your garage door windows. Read More 

About The Cause & Solution For A Garage Door That Doesn’t Open

Has your garage door stopped opening and you have no clue how to fix the problem? You may have an easily repaired problem with the sensors, or the door may simply be old and damaged. Find out below how a garage door can stop opening, as well as what a professional can do about it. What Can Lead to a Garage Door Not Opening? The only way for the sensors to work is for them to be able to communicate with each other, as there is one near the bottom of both sides of the garage door. Read More 

How to Repair a Hole in Your Wooden Garage Door

If you accidentally back your vehicle into your wooden garage door while it is closed, you will not be able to open it until you make necessary repair. If you had hit your brakes upon impact, you may not have much damage, allowing you to make the repairs yourself. Larger hits that involve large holes or pieces falling off of the door would need to be fixed by a garage door repair service like Calgary Overhead Doors LTD. Read More