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Stop Garage Door Problems Before They Become Your Nightmare

Stop Garage Door Problems Before They Become Your Nightmare

by James Finch on Jul 28, 2014

It's a fact! Electric garage door problems cannot be avoided altogether. Parts will wear, the opener will need upgrading or replacement, the bottom seal will need to change and the sensors will need to be adjusted. As long as the problems are trivial and do not compromise your safety, they can also be solved easily. Continue reading →

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What to Do When Your Home Keyless Entry Does not Work?

What to Do When Your Home Keyless Entry Does not Work?

by Guest on Aug 11, 2014

Keyless entry systems for the home are advanced security options that can ensure better protection against burglary and other facets of home security. Because of the existence of keyless entry systems, you will worry less about re-keying the locks, misplaced or lost keys, and the likes. Continue reading →

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Garage Door Replacement Is Harder Than You Think

Garage Door Replacement Is Harder Than You Think

by Chris Dozier on Aug 17, 2014

Getting a new garage door can be a very exciting and pleasant process indeed. With so many choices and beautiful designs, you can dress the garage entrance in the most colorful garment on the market. Though, the process of garage door replacement does not involve only the aesthetical part of the door. Continue reading →

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6 Simple Steps to Patch an Asphalt Driveway

6 Simple Steps to Patch an Asphalt Driveway

by Guest on Sep 9, 2014

A few days ago I noticed a small patch of loose asphalt on my driveway and just ignored it because I didn’t think it was a big deal. But a few days later I was shocked to find out that the tiny spot of peeled asphalt had become a pothole that was about 5 inches wide and 2 inches deep. Continue reading →

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Simple Home Tips for Repairing Your Garage Door

Simple Home Tips for Repairing Your Garage Door

by Guest on Sep 10, 2014

Garage doors are prone to malfunctions now and then due to their frequent usage and perpetual exposure to the elements. They compose of different components and if you have an electric opener then they have an even more complex build. These factors make it economical and time-saving for any homeowner to be well-acquainted with a few quick and easy do-it-yourself home repairs. Continue reading →

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A Quick Maintenance Checklist for Your Garage Door

A Quick Maintenance Checklist for Your Garage Door

by Guest on Nov 5, 2014

You probably have never given your garage door a second thought.  It does its job day in and day out - it opens and closes.  What more is there to think about?  The most important thing you CAN think about - safety. While an automatic garage door may seem safe, maiming injuries and some deaths (mostly to children) occur every year.  Continue reading →

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How to Repair Your Driveway

How to Repair Your Driveway

by Boris Dzhingarov on Nov 7, 2014

Asphalt and concrete driveways are subject to wear and tear over time. Nature gradually damages the paving, and this will lead to potholes or cracks. Vegetation may also force its way up through the surface. However, repairing your driveway is much simpler than it may appear. Continue reading →

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5 Tips to Keep Your Front Door Safe

by Guest on Nov 10, 2014

Whether a thief is welcome or unwelcome to your home depends on how well you have your front door secured. A great looking door may have the weakest security as strength is not in how the door ‘appears’ but what exactly is behind the doors. Continue reading →

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How to Install a Garage Door Opener Easily

How to Install a Garage Door Opener Easily

by Guest on Nov 26, 2014

Garage door openers always look nice and beautiful at residential areas. Usually garage door openers appear in simple, elegant and graceful designs to capture your imaginations. Although these door openers seem like a luxury item, but they aren’t a luxury item. Due to this factor, it becomes very easy for the home owners to buy the finest quality openers in the market cheaply. Continue reading →

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How to Keep Garage Doors for Years

How to Keep Garage Doors for Years

by Howard Haas on Feb 11, 2015

The choices we make define our lives. All decisions you make today concerning your garage door will reflect on your life tomorrow in terms of convenience, security and safety. The decisions you will be called to make tomorrow will still have an impact on your life and on the lifespan of your garage door. Continue reading →

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