Answers For All Your Related Questions
This FAQ section aims to save you time by providing you with some helpful solutions to various garage door related issues many homeowners may find themselves facing at some point.
What's the importance of R-Value?
The R-Value indicator tells you the how efficiently insulating your garage door is. The higher the number, the better insulation the door can provide you with. You must keep in mind that price will most likely increase in direct proportion to the R-Value. Before you allow that to deter you, consider the money you can save on your energy spending when opting for superior insulation. It may be worth it.
What is a 'life cycle'?
A 'life cycle' refers to a full closing and opening action of the garage door. The torsion springs are generally rated using life cycles. As stated by the professionals at our company, the standard minimum in the industry is 10,000 cycles. That means 10,000 times that the door opens all the way and then closes back up. Of course, routine maintenance work can help increase every component's lifespan.
Can I replace a section of my garage door?
As long as you have sectional doors, their parts can be easily replaced by professional technicians. Finding the exact matching section, however, can sometimes be tricky. Your door's age will play a factor. Manufacturers keep replacement parts for about fifteen years after the initial production.