FAQ For Garage Doors:
- What are the standard sizes for residential garage doors?
increments starting at 8’ wide to 20’ wide and the most common heights are 7’ and 8’. there are various increments that can differ from the standard that is dependent on the door model and manufacturer.
- Does my garage door need to be replaced or can I replace just a section?
It depends on the extent of damage, the age of the door, and the brand. can add a call (this number ) to schedule a visit to discuss options.
- Do insulating doors really help and which rating to go with?
The r-value for garage doors is a measurement that determines thermal efficiency. the higher the value the greater the insulating properties. for North Carolina, you don’t need over a 12.9 r-value. not only it helps as a buffer for temperatures ( cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter) it reduces what we call the drum effect noise, so it doesn’t have all that banging noise
FAQ Operator Questions:
- Chain operator or belt operator better?
Chain operators are rugged but reliable.. can be a little noisy.. meanwhile, a belt operator is most ideal if near or adjacent to living areas due to being silent and smooth.
- Why doesn’t my garage door only go down a little bit and then back up?
The eye sensor either went bad or out of alignment.
- Which operator brand is the best?
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