Archive for the ‘Garage Doors Ripon’ Category

What Do You Do In Your Garage?

Friday, November 26th, 2010

Garages offer more than just a place to store junk you can’t bear to throw away. They also offer more than a place to store your can overnight. To thousands around the country, garages are a place of work and play; from offices and workshops to playhouses and home gyms, the people of the UK make use of their garages in an exceptional variety of manners. (more…)

Why Won’t My Electric Garage Door Open?

Monday, August 30th, 2010

There are few things more frustrating than paying a considerable amount of money for a decent product, only to find that it isn’t working like it should. One thing more frustrating, however, is when it doesn’t work at all. In most cases, an electric garage door failing to open has a fairly simple, straight-forward and often non-door-related cause. So, before you go shouting at the manufacturer, putting a dent in your new (or old) garage door or paying a lot of money to repair your opener, consider the following: (more…)

Why Does My Electric Door Stop Opening?

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Sometimes doors get stuck and there are various reasons why. If, for example, the force sensors are playing up, the door will typically open a short way and then close again. In doors that don’t have a reversing safety mechanism, this can also result in the door simply stopping. This will either require the tuning of the sensors or a minor repair to the safety mechanism. (more…)

The Growing Size of Garage Doors

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

As the size of cars continues to increase, so does the size of our garages and garage doors. Large family cars are now so big that many of them don’t even fit into older garages, or have to be parked right up against the wall in order for the driver to get out!

Maintaining the Condition of Garage Doors

Sunday, May 30th, 2010

Here at the garage door blog, we often cite the ingenuity of investing in a high quality garage door, to add greater value to your overall property. However, there’s no point installing a beautiful new garage door if you’re just going to let it fall into disrepair and eventually detract curb appeal from your house instead of adding it.