One way to help protect your home from hurricane damage is to install a hurricane rated garage door. These garage doors are designed to withstand high winds and flying debris, and can help keep your home safe and dry during a storm. Plus, they come in a variety of styles to suit any home’s aesthetic. So, if you’re looking for a way to help protect your home from hurricane damage, consider investing in a up to code hurricane rated garage door. If you're not sure if your garage door is hurricane rated or windcode rated, request a free review from our professionals.
There are several signs that indicate your garage door needs servicing. If your door is making unusual noises, is slow to open or close, or if the door feels heavy when operated manually, these are all signs that you should have your door serviced.
A high-lift conversion is the easiest way to upgrade your existing garage door to accommodate a car lift. If you have a garage door that is not high enough for a car lift, we can convert your existing garage door to create additional room to install a high-lift. With our high-lift conversion and installation process, you can convert your existing garage door without replacing it. Once a lift is purchased, we will know your specific lift height requirements and then we can begin a high-lift conversion. We are trained to convert any door according to your needs.
When a garage door spring breaks, you may notice several signs. The main indicator is a loud noise, which does not necessarily only happen while the door is operating. In addition, the coil will also be physically separated, the door will be extremely heavy, and there will be loose cables.