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Since we are a Family Business, we don't constantly change employees or hire people with the hope they know what they are doing. As a Father and Son Team we take the Care and Responsibility needed with each and every job! We offer prompt Emergency Spring Repair Service, plus all your Garage Door needs. And unlike those guys with the 'big ads', we don't charge 'big prices'. So give us a call today - you'll be glad you did!
Free Important Information You Should Know! :
You should have items like Door Springs and Rollers checked on a regular basis. An Overhead Door can be a dangerous item if not maintained properly. It could also cost you far more in repairs if the door comes crashing down or breaks loose, then if you repair smaller worn parts early on.
There are several options when choosing an Overhead Garage Door. Not only are there dozens of door styles to choose from, there are also several options in openers and drives. Be sure to know all the options, and choose what is best for your particular situation.
If you have an older Overhead Garage Door, chances are it does not meet present day code, and will not stand up to wind like the modern Garage Doors do. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the American Red Cross in their booklet "Against the Wind - Protecting your Home from Hurricane Damage", the loss of the garage door was one of the four major factors in homes destroyed or damaged in Hurricane Andrew. As the American Red Cross warns, once the garage door goes, the full power of a hurricane enters the home, blowing off the roof and resulting in major damage to, if not complete destruction of, the home. The Florida Alliance for Safe Homes has stated that "about 80 percent of residential hurricane wind damage starts with wind entry through the garage door."