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Full View Garage Doors

Full View Garage Doors
in South Florida

Full view garage doors are a type of garage door that uses glass in place of panels. This type of garage door provides an attractive and modern aesthetic while allowing natural light to enter the garage. In addition to their aesthetic appeal, full view garage doors provide increased security, energy efficiency, and safety. The glass used in full view garage doors is made of polycarbonate, which is a highly durable material. This type of glass helps to keep the garage cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, which makes it an energy-efficient option. The polycarbonate glass also helps to reduce noise from outside, making it an ideal choice for those who want to keep their garage quiet. Full view garage doors are also designed with a strong locking system to ensure that the garage is always secure. Additionally, the glass is laminated to provide extra protection from potential break-ins.

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I’m not sure if my door needs servicing or not, can you come out and take a look?

Yes, we offer a free consultation where one of our experts will come out and take a look at your door. We will then be able to advise you on whether or not your door needs servicing.

The bottom rubber of my door has fallen off. Can it be replaced?

Our garage door weatherstripping and seals are designed to fit your garage door perfectly. We will match your bottom rubber precisely to fit your door. In case your track is rusted or bent we can add a new track for the bottom seal to slide in.

What is needed for garage door maintenance?

Garage door maintenance typically involves inspecting and lubricating the moving parts, checking the door balance, and testing the auto-reverse safety feature. It would help to look for signs of wear and tear, listen to unusual noises, and check that the door is operating smoothly. Any significant issues like a non-operating door, a broken spring, or a sagging door should be addressed by a professional. Regular maintenance can help prevent major issues and prolong the life of the door.

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