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Does My Door Need to be Repaired or Replaced?
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Does My Door Need to be Repaired or Replaced?

Damaged garage doors are common, but still a frustrating problem to have. While no one wants to deal with the cost of a new garage door, sometimes an upgrade is necessary. Sometimes the door can just be repaired, though, which makes many people ask, “how do I know if I need a new garage door?” Do you have to replace your garage door or can you just fix it? Let's talk about some of the reasons you might pick one option over the other when it comes to broken garage door solutions.


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What to Look for in Commercial Garage Doors
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
What to Look for in Commercial Garage Doors

Commercial garage doors may look similar to residential doors, but they’re actually a lot different. Commercial garage doors are subjected to a lot more everyday use and wear-and-tear, plus they’re more likely to get dinged and banged from industrial equipment. That means a good commercial door needs to be extra tough as well as functional and good-looking. If you’re in the market for new commercial garage doors, here are the most important factors to consider. 


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Wind Load Garage Door Construction: Why It Matters
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Wind Load Garage Door Construction: Why It Matters

Oklahoma is a high-wind area, and when those winds come sweeping down the plains, you want to be sure your home is prepared to handle them. Making sure your garage door has the right wind load capacity is critical for preventing major damage to your door and the rest of your home as well. Here’s why.


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When and How to Replace Your Garage Door Seal
Tuesday, May 05, 2020
When and How to Replace Your Garage Door Seal

Your garage door seal is the unsung hero of your garage, providing a soft cushion for your door when it closes while also sealing out moisture, rodents and cold air. In fact, when a garage door seal is working properly, it’s easy to forget all about it. But once the seal is damaged or starts to fail, you’ll probably notice pretty quickly. Without that proper seal, your door will be louder when it closes and the leading edge meets the concrete. A bad seal means that edge is exposed to damaging impacts that can interfere with the way the door works and even alter the structural integrity of the door.


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