Posted on 2/11/2019 4:00 AM By Ken
Garage doors open and closing using moving parts. Therefore, a certain amount of maintenance and repairs are necessary, because nothing lasts forever. Yet, you can mitigate how much you spend on repairs by following a few practical tips on buying and caring for your garage door.
Posted on 10/15/2018 4:00 AM By Ken
An insulated garage door is a great way to cut down on your energy costs. A garage door retains heat during the winter months and cool air during the summer months. The added layer of insulation can reduce energy consumption and keep your home comfortable all year long.
Posted on 9/17/2018 4:00 AM By SuperUser Account
Few things make you cringe like hearing your garage door make some strange noise. The good news is that the noise sounds worse than it really is. The bad news is that you if you don’t schedule an inspection, the problem will only get worse.
Posted on 7/16/2018 4:00 AM By Ken
A squeaky garage door can be more than just an annoyance. Certain sounds in the operation of your garage door can indicate problems. Knowing whether it is just a minor sound or the onset of a major issue is important. The experts at Bluff County Garage Doors explain the different squeaks of your garage door and what those sounds mean.
Posted on 3/12/2018 4:00 AM By Ken
Garage door rollers keep the garage door aligned with the tracks and allow the door to open and close with as little friction as possible. Rollers are available in a wide range of sizes, materials, and design, but are primarily made out of hard plastic or steel. Bluff Country Garage Door Service can replace the old rollers with brand new rollers to keep the door opening and closing smoothly. Contact us today, to schedule a garage door inspection.
Posted on 1/15/2018 7:21 AM By Ken
Is spring on your mind? There's something about reaching the new year that prompts people to look forward to spring. Perhaps it's because the warmer weather is only a few short months away. Here at Bluff Country Garage Door Service, we have spring on our minds as well. Here, though, we have more than just the upcoming season with its warmer temperatures and busier outdoor times. We're also thinking about the springs on your garage door and think you should be thinking about them too.
Posted on 12/18/2017 4:00 AM By Ken
You probably use your garage door frequently but don't really give it much thought. Like the other systems of your home, though, you need to be aware of the signs and symptoms it demonstrates to determine when you should have a professional inspect it. Doing so can help address any potential problems before they get worse and render your garage door unusable. Bluff Country Garage Doors encourages you to contact us immediately if you notice any of the following signs.
Posted on 9/18/2017 4:00 AM By Ken
If you want to know what the most important features and benefits of garage doors are, who better to ask than those who buy them every day. Below are five of the most commonly asked questions by homeowners before beginning a garage door installation.
Posted on 5/15/2017 4:00 AM By Ken
Quick! When's the last time you thought about your garage door? If you're like most people, you don't give this aspect of your home too much consideration beyond making sure that it's completely open before you back your car out and that it closes firmly behind you before you drive away. Chances are, though, that if your garage door suddenly no longer worked properly, then it would be foremost on your mind. A garage door service plan can help you avoid that scenario and here's how:
Posted on 4/10/2017 4:00 AM By Ken
The garage door is a more important aspect of a building than most people realize. AS long as it works properly, there really isn't much need to think about it until you consider how it needs inspections and maintenance just like every other feature in your house or building. People who work in an industrial or farm setting may recognize the importance of garage doors on a deeper level than the average homeowner, but it still applies that the door is taken for granted until it is damaged or needs to be replaced.
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