What Homeowners Keep in Their Garages

by Jeremiah Larsen, December 4, 2018

Only 24% of all households use their car as a place to park their car. The question has to arise: what are the rest of them doing with the space in their garage? Basements in the Valley are rare, so many of the activities which people in other states conduct … Continue reading

Garage Door Safety

by Jeremiah Larsen, November 19, 2018

Recently, Tony Orlando, 73, longtime crooner and resident of Branson, Missouri, got his finger caught in the garage door mechanism. He joined the 10,000 plus people a year who wind up in the Emergency Room due to garage door accidents. Orlando, who garnered fame in the seventies with such hits … Continue reading

Garage Door Misalignment Causes

by Jeremiah Larsen, November 14, 2018

As garage door specialists, we noticed something: garage doors are a lot like the doors in your house. They can work well for years, but then one day, they start squeaking a little or sticking. That is when you realize you have to do something. Sometimes, since a garage door isn’t … Continue reading

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Fall Garage Maintenance Chores

by Jeremiah Larsen, October 30, 2018

  Winter is almost upon us, which means garages and garage doors are going to be cold. Doing a few maintenance chores now will keep you from having to spend too much time out there when it gets uncomfortably cold. Keeping your garage door functioning will keep your family safe … Continue reading

Prevent an Attached Garage from Spreading Pollution to Your Home

by Jeremiah Larsen, October 14, 2018

Many homes have an attached garage, which is tremendously convenient in our hot Phoenix weather. An attached garage also increases security. It also provides the convenience of fewer steps when loading and unloading the car. However, if you have an attached garage, you may want to consider air pollutants.  Car … Continue reading

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Weaknesses of Garage Doors

Weaknesses of Garage Doors

by dcappello, September 24, 2018

Today we’re going to talk about four weaknesses inherent to garage doors. By knowing these weaknesses, you can tailor your security to circumvent them and derail a burglar’s attempts to exploit them as a means of entry to your home. Since many garages are now attached to the house, this … Continue reading

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4 Steps to a New Garage Door

4 Steps to a New Garage Door

by dcappello, July 31, 2018

There are many advantages to a new garage door. The long-running Cost vs. Value Report rates garage door replacement as the #1 home improvement project. This project has a 98.3% return on investment, can improve the look of your home’s façade, and reduce maintenance time and cost. Follow the next … Continue reading

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Your Guide to Buying a Garage Door Opener

Your Guide to Buying a Garage Door Opener

by dcappello, June 25, 2018

In the market for a new garage door opener? Then you’ll want to read our guide for buying a garage door opener. Drives Chain-drive, belt-drive, and screw-drive are the most sold garage door openers. Chain Drive Chain-driven openers are very economical. They use a metal chain to drive the trolley … Continue reading

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Impress Mom this Mother’s Day

Impress Mom this Mother’s Day

by dcappello, May 4, 2018

While timeless classics like flowers, chocolates and scented candles are sure to please this Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 13, 2018!), it’s time for a more modern spin. Take the time to show your mom how much you appreciate everything she does for you by checking some of her more time-consuming … Continue reading

New Garage Door Installation Benefits

New Garage Door Installation Benefits

by dcappello, March 28, 2018

While there may still be a chill in the air, spring is here, which for many homeowners means that it is time for home improvement. A season for renewal, spring home improvement tasks include organizing and cleaning. Spring also means maintaining, repairing or replacing the one home feature most homeowners … Continue reading

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