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Get to Know Your Garage Door: Purchase, Maintenance, and Repairs

Get to Know Your Garage Door: Purchase, Maintenance, and Repairs

Your garage door is a major home purchase. The garage door you select will be the centerpiece of your home’s exterior. Before you purchase your garage door you should consider price, maintenance, and repairs. In this article, North Metro Garage will help you get know you garage door better; providing tips on purchase, maintenance, and repairs.

Purchase

Garage doors can vary substantially in price depending on their material, brand, and craftsmanship. Gаrаgе Dооrѕ аrе mаnufасturеd using wood, metal, fіbеrglаѕѕ, and mау be іnѕulаtеd to рrеvеnt heat loss. It can be difficult to blindly estimate how much your garage door will cost. Call North Metro Garage for a free estimate: 720-212-9933. We will help you select a model within your budget that fits your home well.

Maintenance

Thеrе are few key роіntѕ tо keeping your garage door іn good wоrkіng соndіtіоn. We recommend having your garage door inspected annually and always contacting a professional before attempting to repair your garage door.  You are capable of maintaining your garage door by keeping the tracks centered and oiling your door’s hinges. If you have any questions regarding maintenance feel free to contact North Metro Garage.

Repairs

As mentioned, when your garage door is not functioning properly contact a professional technician. The pros at North Metro Garage are happy to help you. All of our technicians have been properly trained and certified. We are a locally owned independent company that strives to help our customers stay within budget without sacrificing quality.

North Metro Garage is here to help. You can reach us at: 720-212-9933. We have tools and staff to solve all of your garage door problems, big or small. Thank you for reading North Metro Garage’s blog!

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  • Tyler Meredith
    February 8, 2017, 1:39 am REPLY

    I like what this article mentions about garage doors varying a lot on the materials and craftsmanship. It makes sense that a cheap garage would be relatively weak and easy to break while a higher quality one could be more durable. I’ll have to remember this to make sure that when I get a new door it’s easy to maintain and won’t break too often.

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