There are a few reasons garage door remotes stop working. We highlight four common scenarios that lead to remote failure and what you can do to try to fix it. You may need a new remote if your door won’t open after trying these suggestions.
Trying to leave the house but your garage door won’t close? We’ll quickly cover a few reasons why that might be happening and what you can do to help. If you still need help, please contact a local garage door repair company for support.
If you recently tried to use your garage door opener but nothing happened and the light on your opener started blinking, you’re in the right place. Our article troubleshoots some common causes of a blinking garage door opener light. The blinking light acts like a smoke signal to alert you of an issue that needs immediate attention.
Are you looking for ways to weatherproof your garage? Installing garage door weatherstripping around the four corners of your garage door will help keep wind, debris, and water out. Read on to get answers to some of the most common garage door seal questions.
If you’re having trouble with your garage door staying in the right position, you may have the wrong springs or need your springs adjusted. Read on to learn what to do if your torsion or extensions springs are too strong, too weak, or just right. The key to a balanced garage door is the appropriate spring tension. Springs counterbalance the weight of your garage door, so if your door is out of balance, we start by checking the springs.
Note: There are no mentions of Goldilocks, the Three Bears, or porridge.
Do you want to get in and out of your vehicle to raise and lower your garage door? The likely answer is no, but sometimes we get a request for manual garage doors for a garage conversion or barn. While rare, we want to provide our thoughts and expertise around manual doors. We’ll dive into 5 scenarios where considering manual garage doors makes sense.