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Safety First With Your Queens Garage Door

By Tammy Saphire

Getting a new Queens garage door can improve the look of your home and can make it easier for you to get in and out of the garage but you need to consider the security and safety aspects as well. Garages house a lot of valuable items and for this reason you need to think about your safety options. Garage doors can be heavy and if not properly maintained and operated can cause serious damage to your car or the people you love.

If you have small children make sure they cannot reach the garage door opener and don’t allow them to play with it. Learn how to operate the garage door manually if you have a remote control feature.

Burglars love to hide and the inside of your garage is the perfect place to do so. Make sure your garage opener is in good working condition and if you notice anything that needs repair hire a professional to order the parts and fix it for you.

Monthly test the reverse opening mechanism by placing an item such as a block of wood in the door’s path. If there is any indication that the door will not retract upon hitting the wood call a professional to fix it. Be careful not to insert your hand between door sections and teach your children that the garage door is not a toy.

For detached garages you should heed the same precautions as with an attached one, you would not want an intruder gaining access to your personal items or obtaining tools to use to break into your home. Remember to lock the door when you leave on vacation or for the weekends to minimize vandalism.

Safety matters and being aware of all the things that could go awry in your garage door opener’s security and the condition of your garage door are worth the time it takes to check them over. Doing a monthly test and teaching yourself and your family a few precautions will save you from a lot of grief after the fact.

Learn more about Queens garage door. Stop by Queens garage door where you can find out all about Queens Garage Door, and what we can do for you.

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Saphire, Tammy "Safety First With Your Queens Garage Door." Safety First With Your Queens Garage Door. 26 Aug. 2010. 31 Oct 2014 <>.

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Saphire, T (2010, August 26). Safety First With Your Queens Garage Door. Retrieved October 31, 2014, from

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