It's a major part of your home. It opens and closes about a thousand times per year. It keeps you safe, it looks good, and it's actually pretty darn convenient. And like most things in life, the only time it catches your attention is when it malfunctions. Thing is, it also weighs between 250 and 400 pounds, and if something goes wrong, it could crash down on you! Any idea what we're talking about? It's your garage door!
The truth is that a poorly maintained garage door can pose a serious risk to your property, your family, and you. It's important to inspect your doors annually. But chances are you probably don't know much about things like support and roller brackets, photoelectric eyes, torsion springs, overhead axles, lift cables, and so on. Repairing these components can be dangerous and complicated.
The good news is that you don't have to buy a copy of 'Garage Door Repair for Dummies.' Take a look at today's Great Deal from MasterCraft Garage Door Service LLC
, where you can get a 25-point garage door inspection and tune-up for only $49!
For just forty-nine bucks, the professionals at MasterCraft Garage Door Service LLC
will come to your home and inspect and tune-up your two-car garage doors. This service includes a 25-point safety and operational inspection as well as lubrication of the tracks, springs, hinges, and all other moving parts. They'll also adjust the tension on the springs, if necessary. Save yourself from future headache, and get this Great Deal today!
What You Should Know About Garage Door Maintenance and Safety:
•For a more basic 10-point inspection, other garage door companies are known to charge around $80. This Great Deal is for a 25-point inspection at a lower price.
•According to a major garage door manufacturer, it is necessary to inspect springs and hardware for signs of wear every 12 months. And remember, avoid any contact with the torsion springs, as they are under extreme tension.
•Safety experts from the Consumer Products Safety Commission say that a garage door can fall due to a number of factors ranging from broken springs, old or relaxed springs that have lost some of their tension, an inappropriate disconnect of the pull cord with people in the door's paths, improper installation, a poor track or other extenuating circumstances.
Valid locations: Scottsdale, Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa, Tempe, Queen Creek, Glendale, Gilbert, San Tan Valley and Maricopa.
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