3 Myths about the Purchase of a new Garage Door11/28/2013 Back To Blog
The interest of people in Massachusetts on garage doors has increased the minute they realized that the design of their doors beautifies enormously their homes and contributes to the raise of their homes’ value while durable doors are responsible for their security. As a result there are thousands of different articles written about garage doors and many experts are more than happy to consult you if you are interested to install a new door. The following article is a classic example. Though, the truth is that too much talk and writing about garage doors resulted to several myths about them that may mislead you when you are searching a new doorin the market.
Buy a manual garage door, if you don’t use the car often
Don’t fall on this trap. This is not the right way of thinking even if you hardly use your car. Today, most people in Beverly use their garages for various reasons and not only as a parking lot. A manual garage door will only make your life harder, cause pains in your back and won’t provide the proper safety.
Don’t buy a garage door opener without an auto reverse mechanism
In reality, since 1993 garage door opener manufacturers are obliged by law to embody this feature on openers since it can prevent accidents. Hence, if you choose a known brand, like an Allister garage door opener, you may rest assured that it will include this feature.
Automatic garage door openers are annoying when the power is out
First of all, most garage door openers include batteries that can still carry on the operation of the door after the power is out. If the opener doesn’t have batteries, you can always use the emergency release and operate the door manually.