Commercial garage door installation is a project not to be taken lightly. The person undertaking the job should be mechanically experienced and have the correct tools needed to properly install the door. The longevity, ease of use, garage door opener, etc. are all greatly affected by the actual installation of the garage door.
Garage door openers are not only convenient, but they also keep your home and family safe. Installation is best done by two people that have some degree of knowledge of tools and such. It is highly recommended to hire a professional installer due to warranties on the installation and opener, and the professionals will level your door, grease the rollers and other things often overlooked by the average consumer.
Garage door replacement is recommended if your door is 20 years old or older. Newer doors are safer and easier to operate. Replacing your garage door is not without risks, and it does require mechanical knowledge, special tools, and additional help from another person.
New garage door installation requires mechanical knowledge and can be strenuous for even an experienced do it yourselfer. Keep in mind the company which you purchased your garage door from will have professional installation available which will most likely be worth the extra cost.
Garage door panel replacement can be done considering your garage door manufacturer is still making your specific garage door. If you can't get an original panel for your particular door, it is recommended that you either repair your current panel or replace your garage door. Call your local garage door company with the brand and model of your current garage door and they can assist you in getting the panel you need, and installing it.
Garage doors come in four basic types. Swing up, swing out, roll up, or slide to the side. Then you choose from single, double, double wide and then choices of colors, material, etc. The most popular garage door is the roll up. Your garage door positively adds curb appeal and has a major impact on your homes appearance and value. Homeowners get at least 87 percent of a garage door investment back if they sell their home.