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We've gathered some of the most common questions homeowners seem to have and laid them out here for you to check out.
How are lift handles and pull ropes different?
A pull rope is located at the lower corner attached to the bottom bracket of your garage door and is used to open or close it manually. Lift handles do the same job, but they are attached to the door itself. It is important for homeowners to exercise caution while using the door manually.
Can my clicker codes be copied?
The truth is that nothing is impossible these days. Still, the new remote control models will likely have rolling codes, which means that the code will change every single time you are entering the house. Therefore, it's highly unlikely to pose a security risk, as it would take a very experienced hacker and a lot of work to successfully hack or copy. Luckily, the average thief isn't exactly a master code breaker.
Is regular maintenance necessary?
Regular maintenance and checkups can prolong your opener's lifespan and it can also allow you to catch any minor issues before they develop into a major ones. Even basic maintenance such as lubricating moving parts and tightening any loose bolts can allow the opener to function more effectively and reduce wear and tear. T a little time to regularly check the components and movement of your door. Misshapen springs, rusted brackets or loose bolts can be easy to spot and replace before they cause a problem to develop.
Is garage door opener repair dangerous?
The main reason why garage door opener repair is considered dangerous is because of the majority of garage doors can weigh more than three hundred pounds and they are supported by springs that operate under great strain. Using inappropriate equipment or trying to repair the door without assistance can be extremely dangerous. Experience and skill are needed to handle any repair efforts safely without risking injury or property damage.