So, you've finally purchased a new garage door. What's next? Installing it, of course!
Garage door installation is a process that can take time and require so much attention to detail, as well as physical effort since garage doors, on their own, can weigh so much. Installing a garage door opener can also be physically demanding and may also require electrical know-how since garage door openers are like small machines that have their own motor. To an untrained person, doing your own garage door installation may not be a sound plan as it can get very risky.
Fortunately, our garage door care experts may be relied on to do even the most challenging of garage improvement tasks.
Every home improvement project can come with certain risks, but the risks that come with garage door installation shouldn't be underestimated. Installing a new garage door means learning how to work with wood, metal, steel, and/or aluminum. If your garage door, for example, is made of steel, its torsion springs will have to be thick and heavy-duty enough to carry its weight. Since the parts and pieces of a garage door are made of hard materials, handling them requires extra care.
Working with a garage door also means knowing how to construct or build and hoist steel parts against the frames of your garage.