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Do you ever take time and think about what can go wrong with your Garage Door?  I hope not.  Garage Door are something that you should be able to take for granted.  When I come home I expect to push the button and have it open and I expect that when I push the button as I go into the house it will close and stay closed.  But things sometimes do go wrong. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: The most common causes of garage doors damage


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The Most Common Causes of Garage Doors Damage
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  • Do you ever take time and think about what can go
    wrong with your Garage Door?  I hope not.  Garage
    Door are something that you should be able to
    take for granted.  When I come home I expect to
    push the button and have it open and I expect
    that when I push the button as I go into the
    house it will close and stay closed.  But things
    sometimes do go wrong.

3
Springs Break.
  • We are asked occasionally will these springs
    break.  We answer  yes.  All springs break. 
    They break as a function of use the more you use
    the door the sooner they will break.  Not all
    springs are created equal.  The most common
    springs that come with Garage Doors are what we
    refer to as Standard springs.  We offer a choice
    of upgrading to Highlife Springs.  They last
    longer because they are bigger but they still
    need to be selected to have the right amount of
    strength to match the door.then you should
    consult it to a Garage door repair man.

4
Cables Break.
  • The lifting cables on a Garage Door are what are
    referred to as wire rope.  Although they are
    categorized as aircraft quality they do get
    brittle over time and start to fray. When they
    begin to fray they begin to unwind and can snap. 
    It is best to replace them as soon as wear or
    damage is detected.  It is a good idea to have
    them replaced in pairs to insure that they are
    the identical length.

5
Rollers Wear Out.
  • Most rollers that come with new Garage Doors are
    awful.  We always upgrade to a premium roller to
    make sure the door runs smoothly for years to
    come.  Good rollers make it so there will be less
    drag as the operator pulls the door up and down. 
    A Garage Door that runs smoothly will last longer
    because it is not fighting itself and it will be
    safer too. If it does not work properly consult
    it to Garage door repair man

6
Garage Door Openers Wear Out. 
  • When you think about how much work the Garage
    Door Opener does it is surprising how long they
    really last especially when they are on the
    receiving end of so much neglect.  On the newer
    Garage Door Openers there is very little
    maintenance that needs to be done but over the
    years they do wear out then show it to a Garage
    door repair man.

7
Hinges and Hardware Wear Out.
  • Only occasionally do hinges break, they just get
    noisy.  That is our cue to give them some oil. 
    The more common hardware items that break are the
    bearings and sheaves.  They are moving parts that
    do wear out with use.  If they are not kept
    lubricated there is metal on metal contact that
    can cut through shafts and cables.  With regular
    attention they will perform for years and years.

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