Posts Tagged ‘garage doors’

Homeowner Thinks Installer Should Fix Frequency Problem for Free

Written by Michael Dryer on . Posted in Garage Doors and Operators

It’s not abnormal to see yet another local news story about a city or town suffering from wonky garage door remote activity due to nearby military frequency interference. However, this story caught my eye today because 1. The homeowner believes the garage door installation company should fix the issue for free (the cost is estimated […]

Garage Door Operation 101 – a homeowner’s guide to the garage door and how it works.

Written by Michael Dryer on . Posted in Garage Doors and Operators

One of the most overlooked “appliances” in your home is the garage door. You press a button. It goes up. It goes down. Simple, right? Not really. Like every other mechanical device you own – your cars, your kitchen and laundry appliances and your heating and cooling systems – your garage door and its operating […]

Just as you need your garage door system to operate properly every time you need it, you also want it to operate safely at all times.

Written by Michael Dryer on . Posted in Garage Doors and Operators

After all, the garage door is the largest and heaviest moving object in most homes. It can cause injury or even death if damaged or misused. Here are 10 things everyone in your household should know about garage door safety. It’s a good idea to review these with everyone in your household from time to […]

Clopay Ultra-grain Avante Collection

Written by Michael Dryer on . Posted in Garage Doors and Operators

Clopay Building Products’ contemporary glass and aluminum Avante Collection door with the new ultra-grain faux woodgrain print finish has been named one of the “Best New Exterior Products” of 2008 by Custom Builder magazine. According to the company, ultra-grain delivers the best of both worlds: the realism of wood with the low maintenance benefits of […]