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Garage Door Safety and Garage Door Maintenance

October 22, 2010

Most folks take their garage doors for granted. Until the day the garage door doesn’t work.

A special learning tool entitled “D.O.O.R. Safe” contains four brief messages to help parents teach young children the dos and don’ts of garage doors. These messages are:

Doors are heavy – never stand, run or play under or near any garage door, especially when the door is open or moving.

Openers are for adults – never play with the button on the wall that opens and closes the garage door.

Ouch! – never touch any part of a moving garage door. Your fingers and hands can get hurt!

Remotes are for adults – never play with the remote control in the car or on Mom and Dad’s keychain.

“We encourage parents to teach their children that the garage door and garage door opener aren’t toys,” said IDA Managing Director Chris Long. “Whether a child is at home or at the house of a friend or relative, it’s important they understand that they should never play near or underneath a garage door. It⁏s also important that they learn not to play with garage door opener remotes or button controls.”

When it comes to maintenance, the website can help homeowners learn about maintenance checkups they can perform themselves, but it also provides helpful guidance about when it’s best to call in a pro.

“The garage door and its electronic operator should be kept in top operating condition,” said Long.

Homeowners should consider using a garage door professional when it comes to repairs. A garage door system is comprised of many components, including springs and cables that are under high tension, and can cause severe injury or even death if broken, tampered with or mishandled.

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FeTerra™ Garage Doors

July 11, 2009

Clopay Building Product new garage doors featuring the FeTerra™. Expected release, mid-summer 2009. Three unique designs crafted from hand-cast aluminum scrollwork mounted on an aluminum or polycarbonate panel. The frame and panels are constructed from durable corrosion free aluminum and are available in a factory finish powder coat rust color.Tempered glass is paired with intricate hand-forged wrought iron
scrollwork designs welded to a durable 14 gauge steel frame. Seven elegant patterns and several glass options are offered, allowing light to pass through with varying degrees of privacy. The doors are treated with an industrial powder coated finish, consisting of a baked-on epoxy zinc primer basecoat to protect
against rust, followed by a textured decorative top coat in charcoal. This process ensures a beautiful and durable low maintenance finish. Decorative aluminum scrollwork in three styles designed exclusively to accessorize Clopay Custom Reserve® Collection wood carriage house style doors.

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