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We put together a list of all the questions we get asked most frequently about garage doors. You’ll find them all on our FAQ page along with helpful answers from our experts.
Why wooden garage doors demands regular maintenance?
When it comes to looks, nothing is more stylish than a wooden garage door. However, wood doors are preferred more for their appearance than for their durability. Wood expands, contracts, and can warp or crack as it weathers. You’ll have to repaint or refinish it always to keep it in good shape.
Do all my garage door parts stand lubrication?
Unfortunately, no, there are some components that do not stand lubrication. In that category we can include the garage door track. However,according to our experts, you can lubricate other moving parts such as rollers and bearings. In this way, you will keep your garage door mechanism in good shape.
Do I need to add safety cables to the extension springs?
Garage door repair specialists recommend that you do as these cables help in containing the spring if it snaps unexpectedly. Broken extension springs can move inside a garage at a high force causing serious damage to the car and can injure anyone too.
The door does not close unless the button is held down, why?
First check the photocells or the safety sensors as there could be an obstruction, they may be dirty, faulty or partly blocked even. Clean the lenses and adjust them so they line up and the lights are turned on. The door should function properly after this.
Why should I pick a steel garage door?
A steel garage door is more affordable than other types of garage doors - thanks to advanced manufacturing. They offer strength, energy efficiency, security and variety as they come in different designs and colors to add curb appeal to your home. If you have a tight budget, a steel door is the best option for you.