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Hurricane-rated Garage Doors

Hurricane-rated Garage Doors
in South Florida

Garage doors need to be reinforced in high-wind conditions, but many people are unaware of this fact. These doors are often referred to as Wind Load Rated, Storm/Hurricane Rated, or simply Wind Rated. As the homeowner, you are responsible for choosing the appropriate wind load product to meet or exceed your local building code, with the help of your builder and garage door dealer. Local wind load requirements for garage doors can vary depending on the size of the door, its location on the structure, and the local wind zone, among other factors. Homeowners are responsible for making sure their garage doors meet local building codes. Our hurricane garage doors are the best way to protect your property from the most severe weather conditions.

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FAQs

What kind of maintenance does my garage door need?

Our standard maintenance service includes a detailed examination of your door and motor for wear and tear. We'll lubricate all moving components and adjust the springs and tracks if necessary. This reduces squeaking from rollers, hinges, and springs, and extends the lifetime of the mechanism. A spray-on lubricant (suitable for garages in particular) is used.

What includes pulling a permit?

It includes paying city fees, Notice of Commencement (above $2500), architectural drawing, wind load calculation and scheduling final inspection. We will take care of all the details from start to finish, including scheduling final inspections at an additional cost.

My garage door opener is not working properly, what should I do?

There are a few things you can check before calling for assistance. For example, be certain that the garage door opener is plugged in and that the electrical power is on. Also, check to see if the eye sensors are aligned, and that there are no objects blocking the door. You should also try clicking the wall button to rule out any remote issues. If you have done these things and the opener still doesn't work, please contact us so we can assist you.

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