Garage door working slowly? Find the solution here!
Have a look at our FAQ page for solutions to this and many other problems you may have with your garage door, opener, springs or other components.
How should I care for the opener safety sensors?
It’s essential that you test them at least four times a year. The simplest test is to wave a rake or a broomstick in front of one of them while the garage door is closing. You should do it from a safe distance, of course. The sensors require cleaning as well. Remove dust with a soft cloth and dampen it to get rid of dirt.
Isn't it best to have one-piece door than sectional ones?
It depends on one's preferences. Most people prefer sectional doors because they're more functional and practical. They don't need much space in order to open up and if one of the panels is damaged, it's replaced separately. With one-piece doors, you would have to replace the entire door when they're dysfunctional.
Why roll ups are great for small garages?
Small garages need doors with limited components so that they won't occupy too much space. Roll up garage doors are ideal. They don't have the vertical tracks, overhead doors do, and don't need space as they move since they just roll up. These are the main features, which make them ideal for small spaces.