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Four Garage Door Safety Tips: With Above The Rest Garage Door Repair

Four Garage Door Safety Tips: With Above The Rest Garage Door Repair

Your garage door is one of the largest moving objects in your home. Maintained garage doors protect your cars from bad weather and provide security. For most homeowners, a garage door is a standard appliance.  While garage doors are not typically “dangerous” there are a few safety tips you should follow, especially if you have kids or pets. At Above The Rest Garage Door Repair, your comfort, safety, and satisfaction are important to us.  In this article, Above The Rest Garage Door Repair will explore four garage door safety tips.

Check Sensors

Ensure your sensors are functioning properly. Faulty or failed sensors are one of the most common reasons for a garage door injury. You can check your sensors by simply laying a disposable object (i.e. cardboard box) in front of your door’s path, and press the close button. If your sensors are working properly, your door should either stop or reverse off the object. Also, check the sides of your garage door to ensure the sensors are mounted no higher than 6 inches off the ground.

It’s important to note: if the photo eye of your sensors is blocked, your sensors will likely fail.

Operation

For most adults, garage door operation is easy and simple. But if you have kids it’s smart to make sure they know how to operate your garage door. Take some time to show the younger members of your family how to open and close your door. During this lesson ensure your children know your garage door isn’t a toy. This simple garage door lesson will protect your children from faulty user errors. It will also prevent your door from being overused.

Regular Maintenance

Regularly maintaining your garage door helps ensure that it operates smoothly and lasts longer. Maintenance typically includes washing your garage door, oiling its tracks, and ensuring your garage door is still on its tracks. Doing these few things will keep your garage door safe and performing well. Regular maintenance is important to practice for all of your appliances. Ask the professionals at Above The Rest Garage Door Repair how to extend your door’s life through regular maintenance.

Professional Repairs

If you do not have any experiencing repairing garage doors, it is best to call the professionals at

Above The Rest Garage Door Repair. While you can certainly maintain your door, tasks like garage door installation and replacement should be left to a trained technician. At

Above The Rest Garage Door Repair, all of our technicians are certified, trained, and knowledgeable in their field of expertise. You can count on Above The Rest Garage Door Repair for safe, reliable repairs.

Above The Rest Garage Door Repair is here to answer all of your garage door questions. Whether you are in the market for a new door, repair, or simply browsing – we are here. At Above The Rest Garage Door Repair, we work hard to provide fantastic customer service and safe, trusted garage doors. Our blog is dedicated to providing useful customer information. If you have any questions, give us a call: (719) 499-0491. We look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you, for reading our blog at Above The Rest Garage Door Repair!

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  • Ernest London
    July 25, 2017, 7:20 pm REPLY

    Thanks for the garage door safety tips. We want to make sure we keep our garage as safe as possible, so I am looking for ways to work on it. I appreciate that you mentioned to make sure you maintain your garage door regularly so that it always operates smoothly, and you can catch problems early before they get worse. I will start doing that more often.

  • Georgia B
    August 28, 2017, 9:57 pm REPLY

    I definitely agree that it’s smart to make sure your kids know how to operate the garage door. This would not only keep your children safe, but it will also make sure it isn’t broken from misuse. I’ll make sure to help my kids understand not to play with the garage door.

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