Common Questions

Can I change out my own springs?

As easy as it may look, the answer is no. The springs on the door hold a lot of tension and without the proper tool, you are at a much higher risk of injury. It is recommended that if your springs need to be changed or repaired, that you call a professional, and that’s where we come in.

How much will a new garage door cost?

The cost of a new garage door depends on multiple factors. since there are so many different ways to customize a door, A new garage door installation typically runs about $2,500. This includes labor, materials and any other fees associated with the project. Prices may very depending on door size and style of garage door you choose.

How often should I have maintenance done on my garage door?

Your garage door needs maintenance every year. It is important to check the condition of the tracks, rollers, springs, hinges, cables, pulleys, etc., to ensure they are all working properly. This is also a good time to inspect the weather stripping around the doors and windows to ensure it is still in good shape.

What are the different kind of garage doors?

There are many different types of garage doors available today. Some are made out of wood, while others are made out of steel. Some are also made out of aluminum, fiberglass, vinyl, or plastic. Each type of material offers its own benefits and drawbacks. For example, metal garage doors tend to last longer than other materials, but they are heavier and require more maintenance. Wood garage doors are typically cheaper than metal ones, but they may warp over time. Vinyl garage doors are usually the least expensive option, but they do not hold up well against the elements. Plastic garage doors are lightweight and easy to install, but they are prone to cracking and breaking down over time.

How important is a insulated garage door?

An insulated garage door is one of the most important things you can do to keep your house warm during winter months. It helps prevent cold air from entering your home through the garage door.