There’s little to no reason why you’d ever want or need to reset your garage door opener. What most homeowners mean to do is reset their garage door remotes. This may be necessary if you recently purchased a new garage door opener or new remotes, or if there was some error within the system causing it to forget any remotes that were already programmed.
In this post, we’ll walk you through the steps to reset your garage door opener remotes and get them functioning properly again.
When most people want to learn how to program a LiftMaster® garage door opener, what they’re really trying to do is program the remotes that control the opener. In this easy to follow step-by-step guide, we’ll teach you how to pair your garage door opener and remote so you can start using your garage door.
As the largest entrance to your home, it’s common for families to use the garage as the new front door. But with so much foot traffic passing under that large, moveable wall, it’s no surprise that homeowners are concerned about how long their garage door will last.
Understanding the life span of your garage door is essential if you want to be prepared for purchasing repairs or a replacement door.
In this post, we take a closer look at just how long the average garage door will last as well as the telltale signs that you might need to replace your garage door soon.
An unlocked garage door can be a tempting opportunity for a thief. In fact, numerous home invasions every year begin through the garage, but you can take certain measures to keep your family and your property safe.
Follow these helpful security tips for your garage door and deter would-be criminals from entering your home.
Is your LiftMaster® garage door opener not working properly? It may be time for some repairs or maybe even a replacement opener. Use this helpful LiftMaster® opener troubleshooting guide to determine if your garage door opener needs professional repairs.
Summer’s long daylight hours make the perfect time for tallying up outdoor projects and then dividing and conquering. The pros at Precision Garage Door of Houston were wondering: What items make it onto your summer fix-up list when it comes to your garage door?
Don’t worry, we’ll start by sharing what we think. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through some tasks that you might want to take on before summer’s end to keep your garage door looking great now and throughout the rest of the year.
Summer’s warm grip has taken hold of Houston once again, and with temperatures averaging in the 90s and climbing above 100 degrees, staying cool is at the top of everyone’s mind. While many of us seek shelter indoors, there’s one room in the house that’s notoriously uncomfortable: the garage.
During the depths of summer, the temperature inside the garage can be 20 degrees higher than the temperature outside (or even more), meaning that on a 100-degree summer day, it could be 120 degrees inside your garage.
So what are the dangers of a hot garage and what can you do to keep your garage cool? Let’s take a look and find out.
Housing all of your expensive equipment and toys, the garage is one of the most enticing access points for a burglar on the prowl. Though modern garage doors are inherently far more secure than doors of the past, just how safe your garage and home is from unwanted company is largely up to you.
If you’re a Houston homeowner looking for ways to enhance your garage’s security IQ, the following pro tips will help you to be more aware of how to minimize risk and keep your garage as safe and secure as possible.
Those in the process of renovating or upgrading their property tend to consider remodeling spaces inside the home before taking on outside projects.
A new garage door is one investment that can significantly increase your property’s value and impact the money you spend on your home’s operations overall. Whether you’re looking to sell or just want to improve the look and feel of your home, a new garage door can take your efforts that extra mile, providing a high return on investment.
Keep reading to find out more about how a new garage door can increase your home’s value.
Color. Material. Insulation options.
With so many choices to make, buying a new garage door can feel a little overwhelming. However, veteran homeowners know exactly how to simplify the garage door purchase process so you get exactly the door you need.
In this post, we’ll share some of our best tips for buying a new garage door that every new homeowner should know.