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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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A modern garage door system will require many different components to work in unison to provide you with the type of consistent performance that you expect. However, there are homeowners that will frequently underestimate the importance of these doors, and this can lead them to neglect to care for some of the easier to overlook components. The Door Rollers In order to move up and down, your garage door system will use a series of rollers to help guide the door along the tracks. Read More 

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Garage doors can be pretty reliable and can last for years. This is often why garage doors are overlooked until they actually stop operating. Luckily, when they do stop working, though, the problem and its solution are often pretty easy to define and repair. Here are three problems you may experience as well as how to fix them: Problem #1: Your Garage Door Is Just Not Working Right. In many cases, when you garage door isn't working properly, it is the result of the lack of maintenance. Read More 

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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: Read More 

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Now that winter is just about over, it's time to get your home ready for summer. Part of that preparation includes providing maintenance for your garage door opener. During the winter months, your garage door was exposed to freezing temperatures. Operating under those conditions can wreak havoc on your garage door opener. Luckily, with proper maintenance, your garage door can overcome those harsh circumstances in time for the warm weather. To get your garage door opener ready for summer, here are three steps you should take for proper maintenance. Read More 

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