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  • What are the signs of a broken garage door spring?

    The first sign is a loud bang. The spring itself will be broken in half and this is easy to spot if you look up. Even if you have not noticed the first two signs, you will discover that your garage door is not opening. The best thing to do in this situation is to pull the emergency handle of the opener and get the spring replaced fast.

  • What are the advantages of a smart device garage door opener?

    You will be able to monitor and control your automatic door remotely no matter where you are, either at the office or on vacation thousands of miles away. All you have to do is use an app on your smartphone. You can adjust the settings to get an alert every time someone opens the door. You can open it for house employees and close it when the kids forget to do it.

  • Is a chain drive better than a belt drive?

    Figuring out which of these two systems is more beneficial for you can be easy, depending on your preference. While both systems are roughly identical, it’s important to note that there is a difference in noise. Belt drive door openers tend to be much quieter than their chain based counterparts.

  • How long does a garage door last before wearing off?

    This depends fully on the use and circumstances the door faces, but on average a door can last up to 25 years. This is no guarantee because it depends on many factors!

  • What do I do when my garage door won't fully close?

    First, check if there is nothing in the door's way! If that is the case and the door still won't close fully, it could be the safety sensors. You can call our company for more information!

  • Do the garage door weather strips require replacement?

    Yes, they have to be replaced when they get worn out or damaged. The best way to check their condition is to close the garage door fully during the day and turn the light inside off. If you seen any light coming through the sides of the door, you have to replace the weather stripping.

  • What are the materials used to make a garage door?

    Garage doors can be made from different materials. Experts say that different types of garage doors exist, including those made of wood, steel and fiberglass. Each type has its own benefits, and it depends on the preferences of the homeowner.

  • How often must I test the sensors?

    The truth is that garage door opener sensors are extremely important parts for your safety and that's why they must be checked as often as possible. You actually have to make sure they are clean and facing each other since it's the only way to detect obstructions and reverse the movement of the door. Garage Door Repair Arlington suggests testing them weekly by placing an object in the way of the closing door.

  • Do all openers have sensors?

    Openers made after 1993 are obliged to have sensors with the reverse mechanism. Most recent ones also embody a timer, which would close the door when you forget or sensors that would detect carbon monoxide and smoke in the garage and open the door.

  • How do I avoid a broken spring?

    Garage door springs are the most dynamic parts of the mechanism; though, they can break if they are not maintained regularly and especially if they are not lubricated with the right products on time. You should also replace them before their life cycle is over.

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