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How To Repair Damage To A Fiberglass Garage Door

Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Fiberglass garage doors have the advantage of being both light and strong. They also have a fairly easy to maintain surface that only requires the occasional cleaning. However, the door can be damaged if you accidentally bump into it with your car. Depending on how extensive the damage is, it might be possible to repair it with a little work. When you’re dealing with a big crack, it’s probably best to simply replace the panel with a new one provided by the manufacturer. But for small cracks, you can use the following steps to...

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How To Replace A Broken Window In Your Garage Door

Posted by on Jan 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have a window in your garage door break, you want to repair it right away. When you own your garage door, the glass left in the frame can fall out, posing a safety risk. Also, leaving the window unfixed can make it easier for someone to break into your garage. To replace a broken window in your garage door safely, you’ll want to follow the steps provided below: Collect the necessary equipment: Work gloves Phillips screwdriver Flathead screwdriver Wastebasket Rubber mallet Piece of pre-cut replacement glass Instructions for...

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Taking Care Of The Hinges On A Garage Door

Posted by on Dec 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Each component of a garage door must work together in order for the door to work like it should. A problem with one component of a garage door can lead to problems with other components of the door. For example, a problem with the hinges could put stress on the rails and motor of the garage door. Added stress can lead to premature failure. Thus, if you want your garage door to last for as long as it should, you need to properly maintain your hinges.  How Hinges Get Damaged The moving parts of a garage door should be protected with a...

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3 Important Facts About Seamless Gutters

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a home-owner who wants to spend less time maintaining the gutters on your home, seamless gutters are an ideal solution. Because they are composed of a single piece of aluminum, there is no risk of backup as there is with less sophisticated gutters. In addition, it is helpful to note that due to their unique construction, seamless gutters require less cleaning. Seamless Gutters Have Almost Invisible Seams Despite their name, seamless gutters do have seams. However, because they are composed from one piece of aluminum, the seams are...

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