If your garage door has recently been damaged or is showing signs of wear-and-tear, do not immediately despair and assume the door automatically requires replacement. While some forms of garage door damage will be severe enough to dictate replacement of the entire door, there are many other cases where simple repairs of a couple panels […]

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In part one of this blog series discussing the impact of cold weather on garage doors, we went over some of the basic effects that may take place during the winter. From simple sticking to spring issues and even potential metal component expansion and contraction concerns, there are several such effects that may impact your […]

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In part one of this two-part blog, we went over some of the primary signs that your garage door might require repair. For many areas of minor damage, those that don’t require a full-on replacement, professional repair can return your garage door to a like-new state for an affordable cost. At Crawford Door Sales, we’re […]

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Did you realize that most Americans use their garage door more often than their front entry door? It’s true, and this means that when your garage stops working, it’s vital to diagnose the issue and work on correcting it. At Crawford Door Sales, we’re proud to offer both commercial and residential garage door repair for […]

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As longtime residents well know, Utah is a curious place when it comes to temperature. Folks who live here experience a full range of weather throughout the year, from heavy snowfall in winter to hot, dry summers that seem to stretch on forever. At Crawford Door Sales, we’re here to tell you about one home […]

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In part one of this two-part blog, we went over some of the basic differences between wood and faux wood garage doors. While these products are almost identical in the way they look outwardly, they’re very different when it comes to everything from interior material to cost, maintenance needs and more. At Crawford Door Sales, […]

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