If you need a new garage door, you may be wondering what the potential impact would be if you choose to get a replacement. As you scour the internet for answers and look for eco-friendly options, you may be wondering if there’s a way to make a switch without increasing your carbon footprint. Before you panic or feel like you’re all out of options, we’re here to let you know there are high-quality, durable solutions on the market that are eco-friendly and energy sufficient.
The emergency release on your garage door may not be something that you think about very often, but understanding how it works is a good life skill and could even save you or a loved one’s life. In this blog, we tell you why it’s important, how to operate the release and what to do if there is a problem with your garage door.
It’s always difficult seeing the light at the end of the tunnel when thinking about home improvement projects. We understand that a new deck or garage door will look nice, but it’s not always obvious how much return on investment (ROI) you get in the long run.
When thinking about your home’s curb appeal, the mind typically goes to roofing, landscaping or the overall design of the house. While these are all vital to presenting a beautiful house, the color and design of your garage door can really stand out — for better or worse.
Your garage door may be one of your home’s most prominent, visible elements, presenting the opportunity to improve your home’s curb appeal or, if it’s in bad shape, detract from your home’s appearance. That’s why The Door Company (TDC) — California’s leading garage door company – wants homeowners to recognize when their garage door has seen better days and it might be time to consider replacing it.