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20 Mar 2017
There are four seasons- summer, winter, spring and fall. Your garage door stands there to face it all. In summers scorching sun hits it continuously while winters get snow and hail to your door. Both residential and commercial garage doors withstand the heavy rains and strong winds during fall. Fortunately you have the professional support to have preventive measures that help garage doors to withstand even the worst climatic conditions. 


Every year many garage owners rush to door experts for solutions after their heavy and sturdy garage doors give up to the adverse climate. Sometimes it is Sun who does the job of withering of your garage door. Due to the continuous exposure to Sun at high temperature the paint of your garage door may fade away. This results in the decreased curb appeal of your house. The effects of direct sunlight on your garage door are not limited to fading but it also causes drying up of lubricants and thus making the smooth movement difficult. 


Rains bring lots of water, the remaining moisture in doors especially wood doors cause swelling of wooden planks. This can only be decided by the professional garage door experts to decide between panel and whole garage door replacement. Though panel replacement is good enough for treating sun damages but it will also depend on the age of your garage door. When damage is done to springs, it ruins the whole system of garage door as it is entirely dependent on the springs to make the movements. An attempt of DIY can prove to be extremely dangerous as you might not be ready for the unwanted contingencies. Ask technical from a reputed company to come to help you be safe even when your garage door protection is not at its best. 


Mother Nature acts as a beast when it comes to garage doors, find out the best door partners so that you can enjoy all weathers safe inside your house. 


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