Leaving the garage door partially open during the day has become a common way to cool down the garage.
Here’s how to quickly fix the blank screen issue with Chamberlain and LiftMaster wall controls.
Learning how to align or replace your garage door safety sensors can save you a lot of money and frustration over the years.
A garage door that is crooked or off track can pose a security risk. Let’s take a look at the most common reasons why this happens.
It can be frustrating when your garage door won’t open or only goes up a few inches. Let’s take a look at some common reasons why this is happening.
It can be frustrating when the garage door motor runs, but the door won’t move. Let’s look at some common reasons why this is happening.
Trying to decide between a chain, belt, or screw drive garage door opener can be tough, so we answer your most common questions.
A loose garage door opener chain or belt can prevent you from accessing the garage if not addressed in a timely manner.
Connecting a stuck garage door trolley that won’t catch can vary greatly depending on the brand and model of opener you have.
The Wayne Dalton TorqueMaster spring system is popular with home builders because its inexpensive to purchase and have installed.
Automatic garage door opener locks activate a dead bolt above the garage door roller for additional security and protection from high winds.
LiftMaster introduces the new 98022 wall mount garage door opener that no longer includes a cable tension monitor.
A noisy garage door can often be fixed with simple lubrication. Here are some of the most common reasons why your garage door is noisy.
The differences between LiftMaster, Chamberlain, and Craftsman garage door openers has long baffled homeowners. Let’s find out what sets them apart.
Learning how to secure a garage door in a pinch will help you protect people and valuables when it’s needed most.
Losing power to your garage door opener can be very inconvenient. Let’s take a look at a few solutions that may solve your issue.
Let’s take a closer look at Genie’s Universal 4-Button Remote to see if it’s the right fit for your garage door opener.
The LiftMaster 8160W garage door opener offers many features homeowners are looking for today in a quiet, reliable package.
The Genie Company was once heralded as a company that produced legendary garage door openers. The building boom along with mergers has changed the game.
Linear LDCO800 and 801 garage door openers have proven to be a reliable, quiet, homeowner friendly alternative to other major brands in the market.
Backing into your garage door is a lot more common than you might think. Let’s take a look at the most common questions regarding this unfortunate event.
The LiftMaster Formula 1 garage door opener was a popular unit among homeowners and dealers due to its quiet design in an affordable package.
Wall mount garage door openers are gaining in popularity as garages are created to look like a new car dealer showroom.
If your family is in the habit of leaving the garage door open, a timer to close feature will put everyones mind at ease.