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Lifting Your Garage Door with a Broken Cable: A Step-by-Step Guide

Posted Saturday, July 15th, 2023

Lifting Your Garage Door with a Broken Cable: A Step-by-Step Guide Introduction: Dealing with a broken garage door cable can be a frustrating experience. It not only hampers your daily routine but also poses potential safety risks. However, with the right approach and careful execution, you can still lift your garage door temporarily until professional […]

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What happens when the garage door cable breaks?

Posted Thursday, June 15th, 2023

Garage doors are a crucial part of any home, providing both security and convenience. However, they are also complex mechanical systems that rely on several components to operate correctly. One of these critical components is the garage door cable. When the garage door cable breaks, it can cause serious problems, and in some cases, even […]

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How much does it cost to fix garage door cable?

Posted Monday, May 15th, 2023

Garage door cables are an essential part of your garage door system that help lift and lower the door. However, they can become damaged over time due to wear and tear or accidents, which can cause your garage door to malfunction or even become dangerous. If you need to fix your garage door cable, you’re […]

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How long do garage door rollers last?

Posted Saturday, April 15th, 2023

As one of the most important components of a garage door system, garage door rollers play a crucial role in the smooth operation of your garage door. They work in tandem with the tracks to help lift and lower the door, making it easy for you to enter and exit your garage. However, like any […]

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How Often to Replace Garage Door Rollers

Posted Tuesday, March 14th, 2023

Garage doors are a crucial part of any home, providing security and convenience for homeowners. But, like any other mechanical component, they can suffer wear and tear over time. One of the most important components of a garage door system is the rollers. These rollers are responsible for smoothly moving the door up and down […]

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The top 10 reasons your garage door won’t work

Posted Wednesday, February 15th, 2023

The top 10 reasons your garage door won’t work As Seattle’s best commercial and residential garage door service professionals, we’ve pretty much dealt with every issue you can think of when it comes to garage door repair. Even still, there are sometimes issues that continue to surprise us, like the tiny insect nest growing on […]

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Automatic Garage Door Benefits

Posted Sunday, January 15th, 2023

Garage Door Opener Benefits  Garage doors are available in many designs and types, each with an array of different benefits. Let’s discuss the perks that garage door automation offers Seattle, homeowners: Better Security Garage door openers boast an array of state-of-the-art tech. These unique features help set the garage door opener apart from manual garage […]

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The top 10 reasons your garage door won’t work

Posted Thursday, December 15th, 2022

As commercial and residential garage door service professionals, we’ve pretty much dealt with every issue you can think of when it comes to garage door repair. Even still, there are sometimes issues that continue to surprise us, like the tiny insect nest growing on the photo eye sensor or the tennis ball that somehow managed […]

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How do I know if my garage door rollers are bad?

Posted Tuesday, November 15th, 2022

  You may not realize how often you use your garage door until something goes wrong. Keeping your garage door in good condition is important for your convenience and safety. Your garage door’s components will sometimes need to be replaced, including the rollers. The signs that your garage door needs new rollers include: Excessive Vibration […]

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How do you fix a garage door that won’t go up?

Posted Saturday, October 15th, 2022

  Lifting the door manually is not recommended but it is possible. If you decide to open the door manually use extreme caution garage doors are heavy and they feel heavier without working springs. When possible have another person assist in lifting the door. We don’t recommend attempting to open the door alone unless it […]

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