Most frequently asked questions
What Do I Need to Know When Looking for A New Garage Door?
Knowing how big your garage door is can be super useful and save you a bunch of time when you want to get a new one.
What Garage Measurements Do I Need?
- Check how wide your door is by measuring from one side to the other.
- Measure how tall the opening of your garage door is, starting from the floor up to the top part.
- Measure the space above the opening, from the top to the ceiling.
What Is a Garage Door Header?
What Is the Difference Between a Torsion/Extension Spring?
Do I need To Insulate My Garage Door?
Why is My Garage Door Opening & Closing on Its own?
My Garage Door Won’t Go Up at all…Why?
What’s is the Cost of a New Garage Door?
The price changes based on the kind of garage door you pick and the type of opener you choose. You can choose from wood, carriage style, and steel doors. It really comes down to what you like and how much you want to spend. It’s all up to you as the homeowner.
Why should I Replace My Garage Door If It’s Not in Need of Repair?
How Do I Know That My Garage Door Is Properly Balanced?
Open your garage door halfway and then stop it. If it stays right where you stopped it, your door is balanced.
When you open your door, the bottom of it should match up with the big piece of wood above the door.
Doing these checks helps keep things safe and working well.