Troubleshooting a Garage Door that Won't Move

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Many people think of their automatic garage doors as a necessity to keep their cars safe from the outside elements. However, the door is rarely thought about directly until it breaks. There are a wide variety of different pieces that can stop working and cause an issue. Sometimes, you will be able to see a broken chain, a bent track, or a damaged roller. Other times, it can be hard to see the problem, like when the garage door runs for several seconds but the garage door fails to move.…

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Removing Graffiti From Your Garage Door With A Solvent: What You Need To Know

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Few things are more frustrating than the discovery that somebody has sprayed graffiti on your garage door. Even a relatively small ‘tag’ is unsightly and a constant reminder of vandalism, so most people want to remove all traces of the offending marks. Find out how a solvent could help you remove unwanted graffiti from your garage door, and learn how best to use these chemicals to deal with this unsightly problem.…

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How To Make A Snappy Recovery From Garage Door Cable Failure

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It’s no fun getting stuck in your own garage, but that’s exactly what could happen if your garage door cable suddenly decides to give out. As with any other component that’s a part of your garage door, the cables that support your garage door can wear out after years of wear and tear. Large amounts of rust and corrosion, as well as extreme fatigue, can also cause garage door cables to fail catastrophically.…

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