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August 21, 2010


Furniture Stores

So with you... the next time I buy I want everything to be fixer free...

insulated doors

Just wanted to take a moment to thank the author for their post, excellent info!

I had the exact same problem with my garage door in my old house. What a discomfort it had been to replace those parts! But as poor as it had been to fix, it was worse not getting a functioning garage door, This was my first time fixing a garage door but turns out that whilst it may seem intimidating, it is very easy. And the parts are readily obtainable at most hardware stores or you are able to pick them up cheaply online as well. It only took a couple hours to take out the old parts from the garage door and get it in working order once again, so I was pretty happy about that, and so was the wife!

genie garage door opener

Thanks for the excellent info! I really appreciate you taking the time to put this together.

I had the same issue with my garage door in my old house. Hopefully I never have to do that again, what a PITA to fix it was! But it had been even much more annoying not getting a working garage door, so after putting it off for awhile I finally went to the hardware store to obtain new components. I didn't have any experience fixing garage doors but fortunately there is quite a bit of info online and it is not that difficult. Best of all the parts are easy to discover either on the internet or at the local big box hardware shops. I believe I only spend maybe 2 hours tops working on that garage door. I could probably do it in half the time now that I know what I'm performing.

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