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What Are Your Options for Dealing With Broken Panels?

General wear and tear, weather conditions, and accidents can cause damage to your garage door panels. Garage Door Repair Company offers garage door panel repair in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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How to Open a Garage Door During a Power Outage

If you need to open the garage door during a power outage, pull on the bypass cord or chain and lift the door. When the power returns you, reconnect the cord to the garage door.

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Garage Door Safety Inspections

A garage door safety inspection will help you identify the parts that you need to repair or replace on your garage door. Garage Door Repair Company offers garage door inspection and repair in the Twin Cities metro area.

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Choosing the Right Weatherstripping for Your Garage Door

The right weatherstripping can insulate your garage door during the winter or summer months. Garage Door Repair Company offers garage door installation and repair in the Twin Cities metro area.

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The Most Common Questions About Garage Door Repair

They say that there’s no such thing as a bad question. Such is the case with professional garage door repair. If all our clients were experts, we would never get a phone call. So when you contact a Garage Door Repair Company technician to repair your garage door, have your questions ready. We’ll be happy to answer them.

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Safety Beam Issues in Commercial Garage Doors

A safety beam is a safety device that senses an obstruction and signals the door operator to reverse the door or bring the door to a halt. The safety beam and the infrared transmitter that accompanies is built to operate in work environments that would typically be too rough for regular garage door equipment.

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What are the Best Sectional Garage Door Applications?

Commercial sectional garage doors offer thermal efficiency inside your building while providing greater visibility, adding natural light, and creating a more aesthetic design. Sectional garage doors also provide noise insulation from city traffic and weather conditions.

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Can a Better Garage Door Reduce Your Energy Bill?

The average 16 x 7 ft garage door weighs 160 pounds. Lifting and lowering the garage door multiple times a day requires a tremendous amount of energy. A garage door opener utilizes that energy to move them effortlessly. Thus, when an opener lifts the door, it affects your energy bills.

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Childproofing Your Garage Door: 4 Child Safety Tips

When you have children, any household item can become a danger, and your garage door is no exception. You also know that telling your kids to stay away from your garage door only makes them gravitate toward it. To children, garage doors can be fascinating toys; but to you, a closing garage door can be a serious threat. Fortunately, there are quick and easy methods you can employ to childproof your garage door and protect your little ones from harm.

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4 Cool Garage Door Apps for Your Smartphone

Just about everywhere you go, you have your smartphone with you. So why not make use of an app to open your garage door? While a garage door app may not have previously crossed your mind, it can be highly convenient and is quick and easy to use. Even if you can’t remember if you closed your garage door when you left the house, your smartphone can let you know!

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