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Garage Door Maintenance Tasks for Starting the New Year

Garage Door Maintenance Tasks for Starting the New Year

Today, we’ll go over what garage door maintenance procedures have to be done to keep your door in good shape this year.

With another year behind us, we look to the future for more goals and opportunities. To make these goals a reality, we have to put in the work to reach them. One goal you might have for the year is to keep your garage door in better shape. To do that, you’ll have to perform the necessary upkeep. Today, we’ll go over what garage door maintenance procedures have to be done to keep your door in good shape this year.

Get New Batteries for Your Remote Control

While it does cost a little money to get the batteries replaced for your garage door remote, it’s a worthwhile expense. This way, your door will open and close much more reliably. If you’re proactive and get new batteries early on, you avoid running into potential problems down the road, and you won’t have to scramble to get new batteries when you’re already experiencing issues.

Be Proactive

Speaking of being proactive, it’s a generally good trait to have for any part of your life, including garage door maintenance. You don’t want to wait until problems pop up before you consider addressing them. If you wait until the final moment to solve problems, then those problems will likely have become quite large. This means they will take longer to fix, and likely cost you more money. If you take a proactive approach, you can catch problems while they’re still not too large to handle. Minor problems won’t take as long to remedy, and you’ll save money in the long run by fixing small issues before they have a chance to grow large.

Get Your Garage Door Weatherized

You’re likely going to experience all sorts of different weather conditions throughout the year. Because of this, part of garage door maintenance should involve getting your door ready to withstand whatever weather may come its way.

Weatherstripping is a good place to start when preparing for upcoming inclement weather. This will often be given to you as a rubber strip, and you install it along the opening of your garage door to prevent any cold air from getting into your garage during winter.

Installing weatherstripping is something you can do on your own, but if you’re already getting other forms of maintenance done, you could also have a professional handle the installation while they’re taking care of everything else for you.

Let First Choice Garage Doors Find The Right Door For You

Since 2004, First Choice Garage Doors has been providing quality service in Maryland, Delaware, Northern Virginia, and Pennsylvania. We offer services like garage door installation and replacement, as well as maintenance and repair. We specialize in the repair and maintenance of garage doors and their accessories. Here at First Choice Garage Doors, we work with top manufacturers in the industry, including Amar Entrematic, Clopay, Wayne Dalton, and Artisan.

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