If you have a garage, you know that it's an important place. It's where you keep your car, your bike, your lawn mower, and other equipment. But your garage isn't just a place to store your stuff. It can also be a space where memories are made, where you do your best work, and where your family gathers. Below, we'll go over the signs that it is time to repair your garage doors.
Did you recently have an accident where you hit your garage door, which dented one of the panels? Thankfully, you don't have to replace the entire garage door to fix it. Here are a few tips for replacing the damaged panel on your own.
Secure The Door To The Frame With Vice Grips
The first thing that you'll want to do is make sure that the door is secure and not going anywhere.
Unlike old garage doors, modern doors boast quieter operation, thanks to lighter materials, sleeker rollers and better openers. However, even the best garage doors do wear out over time and start to give off unusual noises.
Here are the common reasons for a noisy garage door.
Worn Out Rollers and Springs
Over time, your garage door rollers experience wear and tear due to friction. Eventually, the rollers become crooked and produce a grinding or a squeaking noise.