How To Fix Them
Sometimes, it is just so cold that even your garage door is having serious problems. Of course, it can have small problems in the cold, too. It is just a matter of how cold it is and if there is ice. Sure, you could just ignore it and continue with your daily business, but that could cost you a lot in the long run. After all, your garage door gives you a lot of peace of mind. How? Well, it allows you to exit and re-enter your home in the nastiest of weather without being affected by it. Garage door repair services are not the cheapest, though Stanley Garage Door and Gate Repair tries to keep it as affordable as possible. The more you let those winter problems tackle your garage door though, the more money it will likely cost. Questions or concerns already? Call (866) 496-1889.
+#1 Keep The Ice Away From Your Garage Door
This sounds real hard, doesn’t it? Well, it is easier if there is a slope where your garage door and driveway meet. When ice develops at the bottom of your garage door it can make your garage door stick to the ground. That doesn’t sound so bad, right? Very wrong, as that can damage your garage door in a few different ways. For one, it can tear off insulation and the rubber at the bottom of your garage door. It can also tear up the door itself if there is enough of it and your garage door opener can actually open it. Ice can also burn out that garage door opener.
How Do You Fix This?
Clear off the ice before your attempt to open your garage door. Pour some salt down in front of your garage door to keep this from happening at all. You might also try hot water and a hair dryer, just be quick if you are using hot water.