Got questions about garage doors? We have our FAQ section to give you the answers.
A garage door is usually the largest moving object in your home and the mechanism is highly technical with a large number of small parts. Proper installation is a highly technical operation and should be left to professionals like our staff who are trained to handle installations properly. Also, in many cases, a do-it-yourself installation will void your warranty. Our installers can usually install a new door in just a few hours and guarantee that their work meets all safety requirements.
Backup batteries are integrated parts of many new age garage door openers these days. They are actually essential to your security and convenience. They will enable you to use the overhead door even if the power is out and if they are fully charged they can open/close the door approximately 50 times.
Yes, it's easy. They're found in the opener unit and you'll only have to remove the cover and use the exact same kinds of bulbs. For greater protection, disconnect the electric opener first so that you won't be in any danger.
Thin garage doors, despite the size, are still safe. With new technology, even thin material can be very strong, especially with reinforcement and additional lamination. However, they may not stand as strong as steel garage doors against brute force such as a vehicle accidentally ramming into them.