Here you can find answers to some of the most searched for garage door FAQs. Take a look at the rest of our website if you're interested in more useful information.
How can I change the batteries inside my remote?
Most of today's remote controls have an indentation on the back of the unit next to the battery compartment. Use a coin or a small screwdriver to twist the indentation slightly and the cover should pop open. Of course, if you replace the batteries and the remote still won't work, you may need to have it reprogrammed, repaired or replaced. Our team can help.
How much headroom do I need for my garage door?
The minimal amount of headroom an average garage door requires is about ten inches. However, the type of springs the system uses will affect this requirement. Doors with torsion springs will need at least twelve inches of headroom. There are garages with what's considered a low clearance, and those rooms then have to use special tracks to compensate for their lower headroom space.
Why should I insulate my garage door?
Insulation and/or bottom seal enhancements should be added to garage doors for a number of reasons. These reasons can range from promoting energy efficiency to protection from insects or tiny critters, and even noise reduction. Our experts don’t consider garage door replacement necessary in order to increase the insulation of your garage. It's often possible to achieve this with only a few additions and some modifications.