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Becoming a landlord can be one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences of your life? Are you going to be a first-time landlord soon? Perhaps, you’re busy fixing up a rental property. Consider installing a new garage door on the home you plan to rent to a tenant. Investing in a new garage door sooner rather than later is especially important if the current one on the home doesn’t work properly. Besides improving your rental’s cub appeal, you will likely attract more potential tenants to it. On this blog, I hope you will discover the amazing benefits of installing a new garage door on a beautiful, rental property. Enjoy!

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You probably pull in and out of your garage multiple times a week, but if you're like many homeowners, you probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about your garage door or your garage door opener. Like most things in a home, garage doors and garage door openers don't remain in pristine condition forever-- at some point your garage door will probably need to be repaired or replaced. Some common signs that your garage door or your garage door opener are in need of repair include:

Excessively Noisy

There is typically some noise when a garage door opener opens a garage door, but they should not be excessively noisy. If you suddenly notice that your garage door is a lot louder when opening and closing, it is usually a sign of a problem that needs to be repaired. Common causes of creaking and whining when opening or closing include a bad garage door spring, faulty opener bracker, or a mechanical issue with the opener itself.

Garage Door is Not on the Tracks

If your garage door is not properly aligned on the tracks on each side, it will not be able to open and close properly. After years of opening and closing, a garage door can become old and damaged and no longer align properly. It is also possible for a powerful storm to damage your garage door and pull it off the tracks. In many cases, a garage door repair person can inspect your garage door and make the repairs needed.

Slow to Respond

When you press the button on your garage door opener remote, your garage should begin to open or close quickly. If there is a large lag between the time you push the button and the time the garage door begins to respond, you most likely have a problem. Slow response time can be caused by problems with either the garage door, the garage door opener, or both. This kind of problem is not one that most homeowners will be able to diagnose on their own, so it is a good idea to call a garage door repair company for assistance.

Garage Door Won't Open or Close

When your garage door fails completely, it can be very frustrating. In some cases, a garage door that won't open or close can be caused by wiring or mechanical issues with the garage door opener. It is also possible that a garage door spring is broken, or something has become lodged in on of the tracks.