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What to Do When I Back Into the Garage Door?

Backed Into the Garage Door? As confident as most people tend to be in their parking skills, sometimes we all have some spatial relations issues to put it lightly. Suppose you’ve decided to back your car up to the garage just as you have dozens upon dozens of times before. This time, however, you experience an involuntary lapse in judgment and next thing you know, you’ve backed into the garage door and dented the bottom two panels of your precious garage door. What do you do now? Should you attempt to fix the issue yourself, consult a professional to fix […]

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What Should I Do When Someone Steals My Remote?

Did you know that one of the most prominent means of breaking into a house nowadays is by stealing someone’s garage door remote and entering through the garage? Imagine approaching your car only to notice that the remote is no longer clipped to your visor or located where you typically keep it. You search around for a moment to no avail. Someone has stolen your garage door remote. This may seem insignificant until you remember that the registration papers for your car (usually conveniently stored in the glovebox) contain your home address. As of 2016, approximately 88% of all burglaries […]

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Choosing a New Garage Door Opener

Is your garage door opener squealing or working much slower than it used to? You aren’t alone. It’s not difficult to forget about your opener and the fact that it will eventually need to be replaced in the midst of other daily tasks; when it happens, though, you’ll understand how irritating it can be. Selecting the right garage door opener is not the simplest of tasks, however. When is the last time you researched the specifics of garage door openers? Selecting the Opener Which Type of Drive is Best? The first question you must ask yourself when choosing a new […]

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Replace the Entire Garage Door?

Should you replace your entire garage door? It’s inevitable: your garage door is going to get banged up through the years. Whether you slightly (or not so slightly) misjudge how close you pulled the car up to the door or the neighbor boy decides it’s time to do some target practice with it, you will eventually have to replace your beloved door. However, before you shell out the money for an entire brand new garage door, take some time to evaluate the damage. Is the whole door in shambles or is it simply one panel of the door? If you […]

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Garage Door Won’t Close

If every time you attempt to shut your garage door it immediately begins opening back up, you have a pretty agitating problem on your hands. Fortunately enough, it’s an easy fix! We’ve compiled a few typical causes for a garage door that won’t close along with the solution to each: The Disconnect Switch is Activated If you try to close your garage door and the opener is incessantly running but the door doesn’t budge, you’ve probably activated the disconnect switch on accident. The disconnect switch is a rope or knob on the garage door opener which does exactly what it […]

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How to Reconnect a Garage Door Opener After an Outage

In a society which thrives on electricity-dependent technological advancements, it should come as no surprise that power outages have become the bane of our existence. Nearly every aspect of modern life relies on a source of electricity. How many times per day do you simply turn on a light or use a computer? Or perhaps plug your phone into charge? One aspect of daily life which is not difficult to neglect in the event of a power outage, however, is your garage door opener. Suppose a lightning storm tears through your small suburban area and destroys a transformer down the […]

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Adjust Opener Limits

Having a new garage door opener installed is an important venture. It guarantees that your garage door will open and close smoothly and safely every time as long as it is properly maintained. You are given the freedom of choosing whether you want a chain, belt, or screw opener, whether you would prefer a name brand such as Genie or LiftMaster, and multiple other aspects of what opener you would prefer. It’s not just an opener, it’s your opener. However, it is easy to overlook the limits set on the garage door opener. Did you know how far up or […]

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How to Program Your Garage Door Remote

It’s a secure feeling to have a new garage door opener installed. It guarantees you will no longer have to wonder whether your garage will function properly or not. One detail which is easy to overlook in amidst the process of choosing the proper opener and having it installed (unless bold enough to do it yourself) is how to program your opener to a remote. It’s a relatively simple but necessary process. So, how to program your garage door remote? The Process First, identify whether your opener has a smart-learn button (most newer models do). The button should be located […]

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How to Find a Reliable Contractor?

You decided that this was it! The house must be renovated. The kitchen has long been lost on its ‘magic’, the rooms are not planned according to your family composition, and you want to rebuild your home according to your needs. Time to find a reliable contractor. It is important that you know who you deal with before you enter the renovation phase because when you are already there, you can not regret it. Renovations are a long story, complex, dirty, tedious, and not simple at all both for the tenants at home and for all the neighbors and people living […]

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Garage Door Sensors and Sunlight

Did you get home, parked your car in the garage, hit the wall button to shut it, and halfway through it stopped, and reversed back up? You have checked that nothing blocks the sensors’ beam and made sure all wires are connected properly, and still, the same thing happens over and over again? It May Be Caused by Sunlight Sunlight can interfere with the sensors’ beam and cause them to act as if an object blocks them. Many years ago, sensors weren’t common. Nowadays, for safety reasons, most garage doors have them. The sensors only work when the door is in […]

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