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Doors / Garages

Metal Garage Kits Provide Ideal DIY Structures

Metal Garage Kits Provide Ideal DIY Structures

by eZineArticles.com on Nov 4, 2011

Metal garage kits come in a variety of designs, styles and dimensions. The majority of these kits can be assembled with only one or two people. Many manufacturers tout that raising one of these structures from start to finish can be accomplished within one weekend and by using only basic, everyday household tools. If you are looking for an easy, do-it-yourself garage, shed or structure then metal garage kits could very well be for you. Continue reading →

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DIY Garage Door Opener Repair

DIY Garage Door Opener Repair

by Guest on Dec 12, 2011

Garage Door Won’t Open or Close? Garage Door Gets Stuck? Garage Door Opens and Closes on Its Own? Garage door opener repair is not beyond your ken, as long as you know how to plug things in and lubricate them. Garage door openers are simple devices that rely on little more than a motor and a track to raise and open your door. If you’re having problems with your garage door, this is what you can do to fix them. Continue reading →

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DIY: Fit Your own Kitchen Door

DIY: Fit Your own Kitchen Door

by Lorena Benchis on Dec 15, 2011

If you need a new kitchen door fitting and are looking to save money, you might be considering tackling the job yourself. If this is the case, it is worth bearing in mind that embarking on an ill-advised DIY job can end up costing you more time and money in the long run, trying to fix the mistakes you’ve made. So, if you are inexperienced or ill-equipped when it comes to DIY, it might be best to enlist the services of a professional. Continue reading →

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Garage Doors Matter

Garage Doors Matter

by Guest on Jan 4, 2012

A garage door will add style and charm to your home. As an investment, it will add value to a home as well. The color, design and state of the door will have a significant effect on the home’s appearance and curb appeal. However, the look of the garage door is not the only factor; buyers must take into account what purpose their garage door will serve. For instance, will it also serve as a play area, family area, workshop or utility room? If so, a door with excellent insulating properties will be paramount.  Continue reading →

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Helpful Hints for a Jammed Pocket Door

Helpful Hints for a Jammed Pocket Door

by Michigan State University on Apr 26, 2012

Pocket doors can be frustrating when they don't work properly. The door itself is hung from rollers that run on a track above the door and into the wall cavity. When the door doesn't work smoothly, it's usually because the rollers have come off the track. Sometimes it is possible to get the wheels back on track by lifting the door upwards and pushing the wheels back onto the track. Continue reading →

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Safety First: Garage Doors

Safety First: Garage Doors

by Bill Nixon on Dec 8, 2012

If you have electric garage doors, the chances are that you will use them more often than if you had to manually open and close them yourself.  That is of course what you bought them for in the first place, but constant and regular use will test even the most durable of doors over a period of time. To keep your garage doors running smoothly and to ensure that they do not let you down, you need to undertake some periodic maintenance and basic checks to ensure that you get as trouble free life as possible from your product. You also want to make sure that they are working properly and are safe to use. Continue reading →

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Tips on Installing Garage Door by Yourself

Tips on Installing Garage Door by Yourself

by Guest on Jan 14, 2013

Installing a garage door is not very difficult. In fact, it is quite easy to do and possible even if you are a complete novice when it comes to Mesa Garage Door Installation. At first glance, you may be intimidated by the parts and pieces which come in the package, but do not be---these tips will help you put them together in no time at all. Continue reading →

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Benefits of Having Door Canopies to Shelter to the Door

Benefits of Having Door Canopies to Shelter to the Door

by Steve Gott on Jan 16, 2013

The typical homeowner is always looking for something that makes his or her home more comfortable, more energy efficient and more desirable in the real estate market.  There are a lot of complicated ways to increase the energy efficiency of your home, but there are a few low techs, tried and true methods that do a significant job saving energy. Continue reading →

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Common Problems with Automatic Garage Doors

Common Problems with Automatic Garage Doors

by Guest on Jan 30, 2013

Most homeowners invest in an automatic garage door for convenience. When the door stops responding or gets stuck in an open position, it can be very frustrating to solve. Our team at Action Garage Door Repair Specialists can help you restore your garage door's functionality as quickly as possible. Most of the repairs we complete on Fort Worth garage doors involve some of these common problems. Continue reading →

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First Impressions Start at the Front Door

First Impressions Start at the Front Door

by Tom Grant on Mar 18, 2013

First impressions count in any number of situations and this is also true when you are trying to sell your property or present it in the best possible light to any visitors. One of the first things that people will notice about your house is the door, so making the right choice is quite an important decision. If you are planning on selling your home then you really need to generate kerb appeal in order to achieve success and get a quick sale at the right price. Continue reading →

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