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Improve Your Home By Replacing Garage Doors

If you’re in the market for a new garage door because your existing garage door has fallen into disrepair you’ll want to consider upgrading to garage doors that will not only improve curb appeal but doors that will also increase the value of your home. When most people think about home improvement, they’re usually thinking about a kitchen or bathroom remodel. But did you know that replacing garage doors is one of the best returns on investment? Yes, dollar for dollar upgrading even a single garage door has a better return than revamping your kitchen.

We understand that the costs associated with installing a new garage door are a fraction of the cost of remodeling your kitchen, which may lead you to believe that the return on investment is not that great. The reality is first impressions matter and since your garage door makes up as much as 40% of the facade of your home the improvement is duly noticed by would-be buyers. And, if your home doesn’t have an enclosed garage but instead has a carport, enclosing your garage and adding automatic garage doors will greatly increase the value of your home. So, if you’re thinking about improving the curb appeal of your home and you don’t want to pay the hefty price of a kitchen remodel, you might want to consider replacing your garage doors with brand new steel garage doors.

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    Cost Of Replacing Garage Doors

    Extensive research by multiple research companies has concluded that replacing a garage door is one of the best and easiest ways to increase the curb appeal of your home. That being said, most homeowners are unsure of the cost of a professional garage door replacement. And, while installing a new garage door is something an experienced do-it-yourselfer can complete, the time, tools, equipment, and experience necessary make the endeavor all but prohibitive to most people. So, whether your garage door is hanging to one side and hasn’t worked in months, or you simply want to upgrade, we’ve put together some information that may ease your mind when deciding to have a professional garage door company install new doors.

    On the high-end, the average garage door install is around $4500. On the low-end, a single garage door install will average $650. Of course, there are many variables to consider such as extensive remodeling, if necessary, to meet your specific requirements. Another concern is if you’re wanting to have custom doors and hardware installed. Contact us for pricing and a free on-site consultation.

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    Added Features Of New Garage Doors

    When shopping for a new garage door in the Los Angeles area you may become overwhelmed by the many options available today. The various styles, materials, finishes, and hardware available today can make your head spin. And, if you’re not particularly gifted with exterior decorating you may not understand what garage door styles compliment the existing features of your home or neighborhood. Couple these concerns with the many new features that may not have been available when your existing garage door was installed and your sense of overwhelm increases exponentially. But you’re in luck, G & G Garage Door has been consulting homeowners and business owners for more than 35 years. We have the knowledge and experience you’re looking for when considering a new replacement garage door.

    Insulated Garage Doors

    One of the best features with regard to function is high-quality insulation inside your garage door. Our top-quality garage doors have a high R-rating value which helps keep your garage cooler in the warmer months and warmer in the cooler months. Insulation also minimizes the noise from the surrounding environment and gives your entire home a more serene feel.

    Heavy Steel Garage Doors For Safety

    If you’re concerned about safety, and who isn’t these days, you might want to consider opting for a heavier gauge steel garage door. Besides being a strong bellwether against intruders, thicker steel garage doors are much more resistant to damage from basketballs, baseballs, hail storms, and other damage.

    Touchless Garage Door Access

    Did you know that there’s relatively new technology that allows you to open your garage door remotely from your phone or another internet-connected device? Wherever you are, you can open your garage door for a child coming home from school who might have forgotten their key. You can open your garage door remotely so that UPS can slide your packages inside your door for security. If this sounds like something you may be interested in please contact us at 310-782-9000.

    Ensuring The Safe Operation of Your Garage Door

    Garage Door Materials

    One of the first considerations when choosing a garage door is the type of material your door is made from. While wood offers the widest variety of design options and works well in our climate, it’s more expensive than steel and aluminum. And, for a more modern look consider tempered glass in an aluminum frame.

    Types Of Garage Doors

    The most common type of garage door installed today are sectional garage doors that roll up and down on tracks. Another garage door type that’s getting traction lately are sliding, barn door style garage doors the slide open from the side. Swing-out double doors are another option for a unique appearance.

    Garage Door Styles

    One of the challenges most homeowners have is determining which style of garage door compliments their home. For example, if you have a Spanish colonial style home, you wouldn’t want to choose an arched traditional garage door with windows, rather you might want to choose a wooden garage door with iron hinges.

    Garage Door Costs

    Custom wood garage doors are the most expensive and can run you anywhere from $1000 to $10,000 dollars installed. Steel garage doors range from $300 to $3000 dollars, and glass doors with an aluminum frame can range from $1500 to $3000 dollars. Additionally, a pergola over garage doors range from $5000 to $8000 dollars.

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      G & G Garage Door Co.
      2335 Abalone Ave #108, C
      Torrance, CA 90501

      310-782-9000

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      How Often Should You Replace Garage Doors?

      At G & G Garage Door, we’re often asked questions concerning the longevity of garage doors. Specifically, we’re asked how often do homeowners need to replace their garage doors. Well to answer that question we must follow up with a few questions of our own. First, are you concerned with keeping the exterior of your home updated with the most recent style of garage doors? And, secondly, how often are your garage doors used? The good news is that most garage door systems can last 20 years without needing replacement, but if you want to improve the curb appeal of your home for sale, you’ll want to update your garage doors much sooner than every couple of decades. If you have multiple drivers who use your garage doors quite often, your garage door system may need to be replaced within 10 years, depending on usage.

      How Do You Replace A Garage Door Spring?

      Many times, we’re contacted with questions about replacing a garage door spring by homeowners who are contemplating tackling this task as a do-it-yourself project. First, if you’re wanting to replace your garage door spring you must know what type of spring you need. A torsion spring is a heavy-duty spring that is under tremendous pressure and should only be replaced by experienced professional garage door installers. However, if your garage door has extension springs, and you begin to see signs of wear, you can simply and easily remove the old springs and replace them yourself. Extension springs act as guides and are not under tremendous pressure. Contact G & G Garage Door for help with all your garage door maintenance needs.

      How To Replace Garage Door Opener

      The warning signs that your garage door opener may need to be replaced are loud and unusual noises as your garage door opens and closes, slower movement when the garage door rises, intermittent opening and reversing, heavy vibration when in operation, and detaching entirely with your garage door falling to the floor. If any of these things occur, it’s time to replace your garage door opener.

      Most homeowners will opt to call a professional garage door installation company as opposed to tackling the job themselves. However, there are some rugged individuals who possess the skills and tools necessary to complete the job in a day or two. If you fall into the latter camp here are a few tips that may lessen your troubles during installation. When installing your garage door opener, set the opener on a step ladder and add scrap lumber to assure that it remains level. Replace all of the components of your old garage door opener. Your new garage door opener will come with new photoelectric eyes and a wall button opener. Don’t be tempted to cut corners and use your existing peripheral components. After you’ve successfully installed your opener, check that the autoreverse works properly, adjust the opening and closing force, and ensure that you install “rough service” light bulbs to withstand the vibration.

      If you would rather have a professional garage door installation company install your garage door opener, contact G & G Garage Door for help at 310-782-9000, or email us at sales.ggdoor@gmail.com.

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