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Waterville Garage Door Repair FAQ
Should I repair my garage door or just replace it?
That's an excellent question. Let's evaluate both sides. On one hand, it can be cheaper to just fix the door with our quality staff. But on the other, the garage door is actually the number two most remodeled part of the American home. As such there can be a significant return investment on such a well used part of the house. Either way, it is very important that you do not attempt to replace the part yourself! There are a lot of moving parts combined with a lot of electronics in a garage door that opens by itself.
What is a carriage house door?
Exactly as the name implies, it's a specialty garage door that mimics the entrance to a carriage house. The carriage houses of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries were essentially gigantic barns with a large enough (and spacious enough) opening to allow both the horse and the buggy to pass through and for the doors to close. Eventually when the horseless buggy (modernly known as a car) was invented, it slowly started to replace the carriage. This structure eventually shrank into what we now call a garage. And in this post-modern era, a popular trend has been to go back to the eighteenth century for a rustic, organic feel in today's housing.
Do I need windows in my garage door?
While there is no legal requirement to install windows, they can provide a bit of light and scenery to an otherwise dark room in the house. And if you're concerned about security, there are especially made windows made of doubly reinforced glass, making it hard for anyone to break in. The same goes for if you're worried about broken glass, especially in certain climates where the cold can turn glass into paper.