Our new tips page helps keep your door running perfectly!
When there's a problem with your garage door, our professionals can solve it. But for just a quick question or friendly advice, visit our new tips page below for ideas and solutions to help keep your door running perfectly!
Set one-time passwords
An easy way to allow courier guys and friends/relatives to enter your garage door while you’re not at home is to set a one-time password for your opener. This way you don’t have to reveal your master password to anyone. Modern models of brands such as Chamberlain and Liftmaster have this brilliant feature.
Use an object to test your garage door’s sensors
The photo eye sensors are intended to reverse the closing operation of a garage door in case an object (a car) or a person comes in its way. Owners should always keep this in check to avoid accidents. The best way to do this is to keep an object (a soccer ball or a stool, for example) in the door’s way and then trying to close the door. If it reverses, your garage door sensors are working properly.
Teach your children about garage door safety
Tens of thousands of people get injured by garage door related incidents every year. Therefore, it is vital that you lay down some safety rules about your overhead door. Teach your children that they should not play inside or outside your garage, and that they should not touch any of the door components, especially the remote.