When installing your new garage door, there are a few phases of decision-making to get things running smoothly. If all goes well, in the end, you’ll have garage door operators and openers conveniently located near the exit from your home to your garage or other places that may make sense (such as remote-control garage door operators on the visors of your vehicle(s).
To begin with, you’ll need electrical wiring in the right places if you want to have a garage door that runs up and down the track without back-breaking effort day in and day out. The three main places that will need to be powered up will be the open/close safety sensors, the overhead motor/light, and the garage door operator location(s) on the wall(s). Often, keypads are added as external garage door operators in addition to the wall-mounted garage door operator used when you exit and enter your home to open and then close the door behind you as you come and go.
Here at 31-W Insulation, we offer the installation of insulated garage doors, steel garage doors, and metal garage doors all the way down to the garage door openers. We are more than happy to provide you with tips for proper garage maintenance and to help you complete the installation of your new garage door – no matter what phase of the process you may be in with your building, remodeling, or repairs. We believe in making the end of a construction or remodeling project (or simply fixing up one of the major features of your home) into something simple. If you have other repairs or finishing needs, ask us – you’ll be surprised by how many services we offer to you. We’ve got you covered! We offer insulation installation and so much more!