Check out our frequently asked questions page below for useful and practical tips regarding your garage door – if the information you’re looking for isn’t here, you can also try our blog and service pages, or give us a call! Our advice comes free.
Why should I get a multicode remote?
It won't be necessary for you to get a multicode remote until you have another garage door or a gate that you'll need to open on a regular basis. At that point, having one remote to control all these automated systems would be very beneficial, and will save you the trouble of having to carry a few different remotes with you, which can be clumsy and annoying.
Why should I get an insulated garage door?
The real question is - why shouldn't you? An insulated garage door can offer you a lot of benefits and will save you money on energy and make your garage a lot more pleasant to be inside. Insulation helps to mitigate heat transfer, which means it will allow you to more easily maintain the indoor temperature you want. This translates to your HVAC unit working less hard and not as often, which in turn boils down to reduced energy consumption.
Can I replace just one panel of my sectional garage door?
In some cases it may be possible to replace just one damaged panel, but it will depend on a number of factors. It will mainly depend on the age of your garage door and the availability of the replacement panel you're looking for. If you have a single panel door, however, obviously, this won't be an option.
How long can I expect my garage door opener to last?
This will depend on a number of factors, but if you have a good quality opener installed, you can expect it to last you for anything from 10 to 20 years, perhaps even longer with proper maintenance. Of course, that doesn't mean you have to keep it for that long. Newer models have all sorts of improved features that may be worth investing in even if your old opener still has some life left in it.