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  • Custom Wooden Garage Door

    Check Out This Slideshow Featuring a Gallery of Custom Wood Doors From Overhead Door!

    Here’s a great video showcasing a gallery of some great examples of our custom wood door projects! 

    Check out more options for wood doors locally here!

    Custom Wooden Garage Door

  • Customer Review

    New customer becomes a loyal fan of our service

    We love hearing from our garage door customers, especially new ones! This is a great example of the service that we strive to provide to all customers, new and old.

    Customer Comments

    For what it’s worth, you all were the first we met with and gave us the best, most comprehensive quote and were very kind about walking us through the process (our first garage doors!) While you weren’t the cheapest, you definitely have a stellar reputation in town and made it pretty easy to say “yes” when we really compared.  Having the showroom is also a big plus.  I’m sure you get good feedback all the time, but just wanted to pass that along!  My stingy husband didn’t even take TOO much convincing!

    Many thanks,


    If you are interested in a new garage door let us know how we can help. You can even request a free estimate online.

  • Summer Maintenance

    Beat The Summer Heat With These Garage Door Tune-Up Tips

    Greater Hall County, Why take chances with the summer heat affecting your garage door? Summertime puts conditions in play that can affect your garage door system’s performance. As one of the most important appliances in your home, it’s a smart call to be attentive to your garage door opener and garage door during summer months. With the impact the temperatures have, most garage door systems benefit from summertime garage door tune-ups.
    Summer Maintenance

    Summer Considerations for Garage Dor Systems

    Here are just a few of the factors that can affect your garage door during the summer months:

    • Heat and Humidity: It’s quite expected that increased temperatures will make your garage warmer in the summertime. The reason this can become an issue is that electronics can be sensitive to extreme temperatures. Heat can affect both the sensors and the wiring in your garage door opener’s motor. At temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, things expand more than expected. This can have an impact on how your garage door performs.
    • Direct Sunlight: Did you know that the sun can impact your garage door’s performance? It’s not just about the increased heat, either. Why might not your garage door operate properly during a certain part of the day? It could be because of the sun. Sometimes the sun tricks garage door operators to sense an obstruction when there is none, which causes the door to not shut properly.
    • Potential Power Surges: Electrical storms during the summer can produce lightning and power surges that can affect how your garage door operates. To mitigate power surges to your garage door opener, use a single-plug surge protector. If your garage door opener system suffers from a significant surge without the proper protection, you may need to have the system replaced.


    Benefits of Summer Garage Door Tune-Ups

    Consider these benefits to seasonal tune-ups during warmer months:

    • Optimize your garage door’s mechanics with heat-related adjustments
    • Prolong your garage door system’s life expectancy
    • Ensure that your door is lubricated with a formulation appropriate for higher temperatures

    Summer Garage Door Maintenance Tips

    Here are some simple things you can do yourself to maintain the performance of your garage to deal with higher temperatures:

    Routinely Inspect the Hardware

    One initial step that you can take on your garage door summer maintenance project is to inspect the hardware for any wear and tear that may have occurred over the year. Simply look over all of the visible parts to see if any hinges look loose. Also be sure to check if track seems to be misaligned and if bolts look to be missing. Tighten all visible bolts and replace anything that might be missing. This simple step can make sure your garage door is able to open and close smoothly and without interruption.

    Keep The Hardware Lubricated

    One of the easiest ways to keep your garage door running smoothly throughout the summer if to lubricate all of the hardware. Ensuring that hardware is lubricated will eliminate loud noises and screeches while opening and closing. Lubricate all hardware and parts of the door with a 3 in 1 type of oil. You should never use grease when lubricating your garage door.

    Keep Your Door Clean

    Simply washing the door will remove dirt, grease, and grime that has built up over time. Water and a mild household detergent can be used to clean the surface of steel and aluminum doors with ease.

    Not only is garage door insulation beneficial during the winter months, but can also be extremely helpful during the winter. Keep out the heat and the air conditioning in by making sure your garage door is properly insulated. This can also help to keep out the heat in living spaces that may be located directly above the garage.

    Check For Damage From Weather

    Make sure there are no holes or openings in your garage door and that it is reinforced properly to keep your house safe from additional harm and damage during storms.

    Routinely Test Your Garage Door

    One of the easiest maintenance tests that can be done during any time of the year is to simply test out the garage door. Open and close the door to ensure that it is working properly and that nothing seems to be out of place and to ensure that it is not making any strange noises.

    The best way to maintain your garage door for years to come is to schedule a seasonal tune-up with a certified professional. Our technicians can identify hard to catch problems before they arise to keep your garage running smoothly all year long.

    Schedule a summer tune-up today.

  • All About Garage Door Safety Inspections

    All About Garage Door Safety Inspections

    Garage doors are often the largest moving object in a home. It’s critical to properly maintain them so you and your loved ones remain safe. If you aren’t sure what a garage door safety inspection includes, continue reading.

    Prior to the safety inspection, our service technician will discuss any noticeable repair or replacement issues of concern with you.

    Garage door safety inspections address the following safety and maintenance items:

    • Every garage door in your home is reviewed under a 14-point inspection
    • Each garage door opener system in your home undergoes a 12-point inspection
    • Tighten or replace defective garage door bolts and nuts
    • Lubricate the garage door’s rollers and pulleys
    • Lubricate the whole drive mechanism on your garage door
    • Adjust the electric garage door opener and tighten the chain
    • Set the garage door opener limit switches
    • Lubricate the whole drive mechanism on your opener system
    • Check the keypad and transmitter batteries and replace up to two as needed

    After the garage door safety inspection:

    In addition to verbally reviewing the inspection details with you, a service technician will supply you with a completed inspection checklist that notes any safety issues or recommended repairs in writing. You will receive a copy for your records with the service call receipt.

    Keep your family safe and extend the life of your garage at the same time with a garage door safety inspection. Schedule a convenient appointment time online!

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  • What You Didn't Know About Today's Garage Doors

    What You Didn’t Know About Today’s Garage Doors

    The garage door, not the front entry door, is the main access point to the home for more than 70% of homeowners. (National survey)

    The garage door can command six times more space than the front entry door.

    71% of homeowners use garage door openers to get into their homes every day. (National consumer survey)

    Increase home value by 1-4%. An upscale garage door can increase the appraised value of your home by 1-4%. (StrataMark national study)

    92% of all garage door manufacturers on offer online door designers on their websites.

    Due to high spring tension, installing or repairing a garage door can cause serious injury or death. Find a pro at

    Garages are getting larger. 23% of new one-family houses completed in 2014 had a three-car or more garage, compared to only 11% in 1992. (U.S. Census Characteristics of New Housing)

    71% of homeowners who recently replaced their garage door believe it increased the value of their home. (Nationwide online survey)

    Garage doors can take up more than 30% of the front view of the house.

    Lose the garage door, lose the home. When hit with high winds, a home’s destruction often starts with the garage door, especially a double-wide, non-insulated, non-reinforced door.

    What You Didn't Know About Today's Garage Doors, a non-commercial website created by the garage door industry, includes dozens of door photos from many manufacturers and includes a dealer locator.