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We make it easy to select your new garage door opener by answering the most common questions you have about them here. You’ll also find plenty of useful information in our FAQs about other parts of the door.
When buying a new garage door, can I continue using the old tracks and springs?
It is highly recommended that you use the tracks and springs that come with your new door. Using the old parts will void your warranty and increase the risk of personal injury or property damage from a weaker part. Be sure to contact our specialists for a safe and dependable new door installation.
Which is the best drive to purchase for my garage door?
A belt drive is usually quieter than a chain drive but can also be more expensive. A direct drive unit will be more compact and take up less space in your garage. A screw drive unit tends to require less adjustment than the other types. In many cases, the best drive to use is the one recommended by the manufacturer. When in doubt, let our helpful technicians advise you on the best drive to purchase for your garage door.
Which is better, a steel, aluminum, or wooden garage door?
Although steel doors require less maintenance, a wooden door can add beauty and a touch of elegance that steel or aluminum doors can’t. However, wooden doors require somewhat frequent repainting and can be affected by rain and general weather conditions. Our specialists can help you make the right decision when choosing your home’s next garage door.