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Garage Door Opener: For The Protection Of Your Garage

By Jenny Navannica

Many homeowners joke about getting a garage door opener and tell their older children or spouse or to get out of the car and close or open the door. As funny as they could believe that to be, there are numerous benefits of getting a powered garage door opener including the comfort and safety of not having to exit the vehicle in order to open or close the door. It is usually powered by electric. The opener also needs to be equipped with a quick disconnect in the event of a power failure and the door has to be opened to have the vehicle out.

When selecting a garage door opener, they are offered in numerous sizes and designs and the best one should be chosen to open the door onto that it will be installed. Usually, a one-third horsepower garage door opener will suffice for all but the heaviest doors for a one-car garage with larger motors are needed for larger and heavier doors.

Even the lightweight fiberglass doors could be connected to an opener simply for the sake of their convenience. In addition to the security of not having to exit the vehicle when going or coming, a garage door opener allows the door to be operated while the driver remains in the vehicle and out of the components.

Think about Safety When Selecting Opener for Garage Door

A garage door will weigh some hundred pounds and also with the best of springs and door maintenance, it is easy for the springs to break and cause the door to go crashing down. A garage door opener will keep this from happening as even if the springs break the opener will help keep this from resulting in an injury. In addition, electric eyes can be utilized in the door opening to prevent the garage door opener from operating if someone, small animal or other object is danger of being injured by a moving door.

Commonly, a garage door opener will have at least one garage door remote to control the garage door opener from inside the vehicle and also a contact in the garage to go in and out the door from inside. In addition, keypads can be installed on the outside of the house that accepts a secure code to use the opener in the event the remote is broken or lose. Several families buy a spare remote to utilize inside the house therefore the door can be operated without the need to venture out into the garage to push the button.

To build the door of your garage, you will need garage doors parts as well universal garage door remotes to make you easy in opening the garage door.

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Navannica, Jenny "Garage Door Opener: For The Protection Of Your Garage." Garage Door Opener: For The Protection Of Your Garage. 25 Jun. 2010. 6 Feb 2016 <>.

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Navannica, J (2010, June 25). Garage Door Opener: For The Protection Of Your Garage. Retrieved February 6, 2016, from

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