Our repair specialists can fix every type of opener or spring, so there's no one better to answer all your garage door related questions than our team. Feel free to check out the following FAQs and get the information you've been looking for.
Can I use WD40 as a lubricant on my door?
As a universal product, WD40 is great. It can also act as a rust inhibitor on a lot of the parts of your garage door. However, this product is technically not a lubricant. If your door needs lubricating you should use a silicone based, or white lithium grease lubricant. Our experts can advise you on the suitable types of lubricant for your door.
Will insulation help me save money?
Insulating your garage door can contribute to the energy efficiency of your home, which, yes, will save you money in the long run. The insulation will reduce heat transfer and make it easier to maintain the indoor air temperature you desire, which will lead to less power consumption from your HVAC unit.
When does my garage door track need to be replaced?
If the tracks have corroded or become seriously bent and dented, replacing them would probably be advised. When a part of your door fails to function properly it could affect other parts as well, and although some track related issues can be fixed, sometimes replacing them will be the more appropriate solution.