4 Details to Make Your New Garage Door Shine

Garage doors don’t last forever. After a long winter of icy storms and some spring-time gale force winds, your garage door might just be about ready to retire. But that doesn’t mean you have to replace the whole thing. Sometimes garage doors and the actual garage door mechanisms operate on different replacement schedules. While this… Read more »

How to Make Your Garage Door Springs Last Longer

Garage springs are tricky to take care of. They’re under constant pressure, and that makes them prime candidates for wear and tear. But because they’re under all of that pressure, it’s dangerous for your to fix them on your own. Here are a few ways to safely make your springs last as long as possible…. Read more »

What Should You Do When Your Garage Door Ices Shut?

Your home’s gutter system might usually keep water away from the bottom of your garage door. But during winter, your gutters might be clogged with enough ice and leaves to send water cascading in front of your garage. Maybe the nearby piles of snow finally thawed only to be turned to ice by an overnight… Read more »

5 Ways to Add More Curb Appeal to Your Twin Cities Garage Door

Most people don’t notice theirĀ garage door unless it’s causing problems. But if you’re putting your house on the market or you’re renovating the front lawn, don’t let your familiarity with the door blind you to its faults. Updating your garage door is one of the most cost-effective ways to boost your home’s curb appeal. Here… Read more »