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24
Sep

1. Don’t leave the garage door remote in your vehicle – If a thief breaks in to your car and steal the remote he has a way into your home. 2. Invest in a keychain remote opener – Stop using that remote you clip to your visor and get a keychain remote opener that you can leave on your keys. 3. Secure your garage door emergency release – Follow our article here and learn how easy it is throw some zip-ties on ...

24
Sep

Your garage door spring is broken, and you’re stuck in your garage. You need immediate service, so you do a quick online search and call the first name that pops up. Later, you learn that you paid $800 for unnecessary parts and ridiculous fees, when your local garage door dealer would’ve fixed your problem for $180. “This problem happens more than it should,” says Bill Gibson, CEO of Overhead Door Company of Lexington, Ky. “In the last 15 years, we’ve seen a ...