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Make Your Garage Doors Ready for Summer Vacation
As summer vacation rolls in, expect children to be in and out of the garage all the time. To keep them safe, make sure that your garage doors are ready for them. Inspect your unit for its functionality and security and establish the safety rules for using them.
Garage door seal maintenance during winter
Always clear the bottom of the garage door seal by sweeping the snow. Use sufficient amount of table salt and apply it on the seal to avoid it from freezing. Place the container of your salt close to the door so you will not forget to use it regularly.
Stick with r-8 energy efficiency
When you get insulated garage doors, know that r-16 will not offer double energy efficiency from r-8 garage doors. The r-value determines the thermal insulation of objects and garage doors in average climates will need approximately r-8. The higher, the better but you must not expect that the insulation will be much higher as the number increases. It will be slightly higher but not with mathematical precision.
Get galvanized tracks
Lately, manufacturers produce galvanized garage door tracks, which don't corrode over the years. The experts of our service company in Houston would recommend getting galvanized ones to avoid paying for rusty track replacement in a few years. They are a bit more expensive but you will save money in the long run since you won't deal with rust problems.
How to make the track noise go away
Garage door tracks are usually noisy when they are dented. In this case, the rollers would bump on the dents producing a loud noise. The noise can also be a result of lack of lubrication maintenance. Don't forget that both garage door rollers and tracks are made of steel and need lubricants.