Let’s be honest: Most of us have no idea what exactly what we’re looking for in a new garage door opener. We want something that works reliably and something that delivers long-term value, but how do we make sense of our many options? Here’s a quick guide to help you sort through the many options available on the garage door opener market:
Your garage, in essence, is just another room in your home — an extremely inefficient room. That inefficiency is bad news for your heating and cooling bill, and it’s not great for the long-term health of the vehicles and other items you store in your garage. Luckily, there are ways to make your garage more efficient than it is now, saving you money and keeping your assets in better condition. It’s time to go green with your garage by using these energy savings tips.
- Drive options: You need to know about the three different kinds of drives before you look for a new garage door opener: chain, screw and belt. A chai... Read more
Insulation Here are the big three: doors, walls, attic. When you insulate your garage’s doors, walls and attic, you’re ensuring that more of ... Read more It happens in almost every home: The garage becomes a dumping ground for everything that won’t fit into the house. That’s why garages tend to become a collection of stacked boxes, old furniture and appliances, toys, tools, yard equipment and more. In time, your garage becomes a mess, your cars are parked outside, and you’re left to wonder where it all went wrong. While garage decluttering can seem like an impossible task, breaking down the task into a few step can help get you started. Here’s a look at some garage cleaning tips to get your home back in order.
Set a Goal It’s not always enough to... Read more
For years, there have been investigative reports on TV that go to great lengths to expose scams in the contractor and repair services industry. At Quality Overhead Door, we want to make sure we do our part to educate our customers of the past, present and future on how to avoid a garage door scam with their next maintenance or service repair. Below are four tips for helping you avoid getting scammed on your next garage door repair, plus insights on our policies for making sure you don’t get taken advantage of. You’ll also find helpful ideas and online resources to make the process of avoiding a scam as easy as possib... Read more
January 14, 2016 Posted in: Garage Door Repair Tips
According to a recent survey by Echo Research, 72% of American homeowners have at least one major home improvement project on their to-do-list. On average, these projects will cost about $4,000. Of this group, more than 30 million homeowners plan to sell their homes in the coming year. So, the strategy behind home improvements is to enhance the resale value of their homes. What’s interesting, however, is that the projects that get the most attention (and cost the most money) do not necessarily return the greatest resale value. The web-site Remodeling.HW, recently released an extensive study on the cost/value relationship of major home improvement projects. Here’s something you may not have ... Read more
March 5, 2014 Posted in: In the News
Genie has recalled some of their garage door openers. Please learn more by clicking link below. Click here for full recall info. To learn more about a LiftMaster garage door opener, give us a call.
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March 5, 2014 Posted in: Uncategorized
For the month of January, the LiftMaster 8550 Garage Door Opener is $359 INSTALLED, includes 2 remotes, keypad and battery back-up. Plus, this new state of the art garage door opener allows you to open and close your garage door from anywhere in the world using your smartphone. Call Quality today at 419.578.8700. Read more
January 9, 2013 Posted in: Garage Door Openers
Halloween will be upon us before we know it then comes Thanksgiving and then Christmas. It’s the perfect time to start thinking about upgrading your garage door, or entry door. Contact Quality Overhead Door today to learn about our Clopay Rebate, which can save you up to $125 on your next garage door. A new entry door or garage door will enhance your home’s curb appeal. Read more
October 15, 2012 Posted in: Garage Door Tips and Tricks