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Need to keep the chill out of your garage? Here are 5 of the best recommended garage heaters that have been researched, analyzed, and tested.

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Is your garage door opener car remote acting up? It may be time to change out the batteries. The average life span of car remote batteries varies but here are three telltale signs the battery is depleting:

1. Reduced signal strength
2. Multiple clicks needed to open or close doors
3. Not working consistently

Car remotes usually have a coin-sized lithium ion battery. Click on the link below for instructions on how to change out batteries in a LiftMaster or Chamberlain car remote.

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A Seasonal Tune-up for your garage door is important. Cold temperatures, wind, snow, and rain can cause problems for garage doors that are not maintained. Make your garage door work like new with this tune-up and save!

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Broken Garage Door Torsion Spring? Here are 5 ways to tell:

1. Spring is separated or has a 2” gab
2. Door only goes up about 6” and stops
3. You heard a very loud noise come from your garage
4. You pulled the emergency release cord but are unable to lift
the door manually
5. Cables appear broke or frayed, fall to the ground, become
disconnected or twisted

As your full-service garage door company we are here to help! Ask us about our galvanized springs and lifetime warranty, schedule a repair or request a ballpark quote for repairing a broken torsion spring.

Garage Door Guys – 303.576.8662
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Need more storage space in your garage? Free your ceiling to optimize space with Lift-Masters Wall Mount Residential Garage Door Opener!

Other AMAZING features/accessories include: built in wi-fi, battery back-up, remote LED light, smart control panel and automatic lock.

Call today for a quote or to schedule an installation - 303.576.8662. We also provide free on-site estimates for High-Lift Track services if you plan to go all out with your garage renovation this spring!

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Broken Garage Door Torsion Spring? Here are 5 ways to tell:

1. Spring is separated or has a 2” gab
2. Door only goes up about 6” and stops
3. You heard a very loud noise come from your garage
4. You pulled the emergency release cord but are unable to lift the door manually
5. Cables appear broke or frayed, fall to the ground, become disconnected or twisted

As your full-service garage door company we are here to help! Ask us about our galvanized springs and lifetime warranty, schedule a repair or request a ballpark quote for repairing a broken torsion spring.

Garage Door Guys – 303.576.8662
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If your door won’t close or goes down part way and comes back up, it is likely that your garage door opener sensors are the culprits. The sensor’s; both the transmitter (sender) and the receiver are located on opposite sides of your garage door, typically near the ground.

Here are a couple of things you can check for:

1. Is there dirt or spider webs covering the sensors? If so, gently
clean off both sensors.
2. Make sure there aren’t any obstructions blocking the sensors.

If the sensors are clean with no obstructions, try aligning them. Check out LiftMaster’s video below on how to align the sensors.

NOTE: If you are unable to get the door closed and the safety sensors are the issue, the garage door can be closed by pressing and holding the inside wall pad button until down travel is completed.
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