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Hurricane Season Garage Door Preparation

Posted on Aug 10, 2018

Hurricane Season Garage Door Preparation

Hurricane season is upon us. According to the National Weather Service, peak hurricane season for both Pacific and Atlantic coasts is between August and October. This year’s hurricane season is predicted to have typical activity, so it is still important your home is prepared. As always, safety is a concern during hurricanes, so be sure to stock up on household supplies including water and food to last at least three days. Other items to have on hand are batteries, flashlights, a first aid kit, cash, sleeping bags, pillows, chairs, blankets, etc. The Red Cross has a great Hurricane Safety...

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Distinguish Yourself from the “Bad Bobs” of the Garage Door Industry

Posted on Jul 31, 2017

Distinguish Yourself from the “Bad Bobs” of the Garage Door Industry

Bad Bob mainly pops up in metropolitan areas and takes advantage of customers needing garage door repairs and services.

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Reinforce Your Garage Door for Hurricane Season

Posted on Jul 13, 2017

Reinforce Your Garage Door for Hurricane Season

It is hurricane season again! According to the Weather Channel, this year will be a lot busier than last. With updated, above-average numbers, it is time to make sure you are prepared. If you live in a location where you might receive hurricanes or high winds, protecting your garage door is essential. The garage door is normally one of the first things that gets destroyed – and since it is the largest moving door on your house, reinforcement of your garage door makes economic sense and is relatively easy to do. What exactly happens to your garage door if it is not prepared for a hurricane or...

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