Six Easy Steps to Winterize Your Garage Door In The Coastal South

Winter In Coastal GA

Winter arrives soon, and even though the season comes and goes quickly in coastal Georgia, it is important to inspect and winterize your garage door before you find yourself faced with any unpleasant surprises. The whole process to winterize takes only about 30 minutes using items you already have around the house or garage.

1. Check the Battery in Your Remote Control 

Depending on how many times a day you use your garage door, the normally flat round battery inside your remote control can last up to 12 months.  But our suggestion? Always keep a spare one on hand or drop by one of our offices for a free one!

2. Check the Battery in the External Keypad

This 9-volt battery is located underneath the keypad cover. You may need a Phillips screwdriver to open the compartment. Since this battery is subjected to extreme temperature fluctuations, you should change it yearly.

3. Check the Springs on Your Garage Door

To do this, disable your garage door opener by pulling the emergency cord. Open the garage door gently using one hand. Were you able to do it easily?

If it’s hard to open, there are several possible causes. Don’t attempt to fix it by yourself! Contact a certified garage door system technician who will identify the cause of the problem and repair it on-site. Never try to change a broken spring yourself as it is very hazardous.

4. Check the Weather-Stripping

Is the weather-stripping, also called perimeter seal, on the outer door frame working correctly without being smashed tightly against the door? If there is any damage or any hardening caused by the sun, take the time to replace it. If it’s made of PVC, apply a silicone-based lubricant.

Also, take a look at the weather-stripping at the bottom of the door. Is it worn or damaged? You can change this weather-stripping yourself or have a professional complete the job.

5. Lubricate the Metal Parts of Your Hardware

To winterize inside your garage, lubricate all the metallic parts: rollers, tracks and springs.

  • Before applying, use a dry cloth to remove any remaining lubricant from years past, and most importantly, any accumulated dust.
  • Use an oil-based lubricant (e.g., 10W-30 motor oil).
  • Apply sparingly, wiping up the excess with a rag.
  • Do not use lubricants such as WD-40, as these are actually degreasers, rather than lubricants.
  • Do not use grease, especially on the tracks. The rollers should roll, rather than slide inside the track.

6. Check Your Garage Door’s Automatic Reversal Systems

There are two different methods—one mechanical and one photoelectric:

  • Mechanical: Place a two-by-four on the threshold of your garage door. Press the button to close the door. When it contacts the piece of wood, the door should detect the resistance, stop and then go back up. If it doesn’t, consult the door opener maintenance manual to find the location of the button for making the necessary adjustments.
  • Photoelectric: If you have this type of safety system in place (2 encased units about 4” off the ground), just stick your foot in front of the beam while the door is closing. If the door doesn’t stop and then reverse, the most common cause of the problem is that the two units are misaligned. Check and correct the alignment and then try again. If it still doesn’t work, contact a certified door professional immediately.

So, that’s it! We hope these few little tips help you winterize and avoid some big problems later.

Keep in mind that it is recommended by the International Door Association and DASMA (Doors & Access Systems Manufacturers Association) that your garage door system be serviced at least annually. Think about it: Your garage door is the largest moving mechanical part in your home and must be maintained properly.

If you don’t have the time or aren’t the DIY type, contact Overhead Door Company of Brunswick at 912-265-3355, or visit our website at www.ohdbrunswick.com. We will be glad to service your door system and can set you up on our annual planned maintenance schedule.

 

Put Your Tax Refund to Work and Enhance Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Posted by Susan Walker on Tue, Apr 30, 2013 @ 10:04 AM

It’s that time of year again…tax season. The dreaded April 15 deadline also means its spring, and time to start thinking about how your home looks from the outside. If filing taxes means a return for your family, reinvesting that money in home improvements is one option that could have a valuable outcome. We’ve come up with three ways you can improve your garage this spring, whether your tax refund is small, medium or large in size.

Small: Even a refund of $500 or less can go a long way to improving the look of your garage. Think spring cleaning. Start by getting the clutter out and organizing what’s left. A good floor scrubbing and a couple of shelves will make a big difference too. Wash your garage door and consider adding decorative hardware to give it an updated look. It’s also a good time of year to contact Overhead Door Company of Brunswick to schedule an annual maintenance inspection. Keeping your door running properly year-after-year can save time and money in the long run.

garage door decorative hardwareMedium: For those expecting to get a little more back from Uncle Sam this year, consider enhancing the curb appeal of your home by replacing your garage door. According to REMODELING’s annual Cost vs. Value report, a mid-grade garage door replacement will provide a homeowner with a return on investment of nearly 76 percent. In fact, of all of the home improvements studied, mid-grade garage door replacement, with an average cost of $1,500, was the second-best ranked project for returning value when spending less than $5,000.

Large: If your refund is a bit more sizeable this year, an upscale garage door replacement also has a high return on investment. The average cost of an upscale garage door replacement is $2,700 and according to the Cost vs. Value report has an ROI of about 75 percent for the homeowner.

Don’t stop with a garage door upgrade. Be sure to focus on other curb appeal enhancements like trimming trees, planting a garden, updating the mailbox or even putting a fresh coat of paint on the front door.

Now that you’ve read a couple of our ideas for how you can make the most of your tax refund, tell us what you really plan to do. Leave a comment below, and let us know if home improvements are on your list for this spring or call us at 912-265-3355.

Importance of Practicing Garage Door Safety

Posted by Susan Walker on Tue, Apr 15, 2014 @ 07:45 AM

Garage door safety is essential, yet most people don’t give it a second thought. As long as the garage door is working, there doesn’t seem to be any cause for worry. Garage doors are huge steel or wood slabs and are typically the largest moving object in your home. They are suspended eight feet high in the air, secured by screws, metal tracks, and spring-loaded tension mechanisms. There is real potential for costly property damage or painful injury if you don’t practice regular garage door safety.

In the last fifteen years, there have been many technological advances in the automatic garage door industry, and older doors do not meet the new safety standards. If your garage door wasn’t installed within the past fifteen years, it is best to have it checked by an experienced garage door professional.

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Garage Doors Are Not a Toy

Kids love to play around with household gadgets, and garage door remotes look like a fun new toy. Overuse of the automated controls or careless horseplay as the door is opening and closing can end in disaster. It is best to keep the remotes hidden and mount the keypad out of the reach of small children to ensure their safety.

Auto-Reverse Safety System

You will probably need to switch to a newer system that was designed with today’s safety standards in mind if your door was installed prior to 1993. In 1993, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) made it mandatory for every garage door opener to have a safety sensor. The auto-reversing feature is essential for preventing costly accidents or personal injuries. This electronic photo eye will cause the door to reverse its direction if it detects anything along the path of the door.

Regularly Test Basic Safety Features

You should regularly test your garage door’s emergency release feature to make sure it works. Most models have a short cord dangling from the opener’s motor that is clearly marked “emergency release.” Pulling this will allow you to manually open the door. After the emergency release has been pulled, you should then test the garage door’s balance (how easily you can manually open the door) and its force setting (if the door reverses with resistance).

All garage door opening systems should include a comprehensive manual that indicates any maintenance instructions for your specific garage door opener. If you can’t find your manufacturer’s manual or if it doesn’t give you the help you need, you can call Overhead Door Company of Brunswick or Overhead Door Company of Waycross with your safety or maintenance questions. We have IDEA trained technicians with extensive experience repairing and maintaining all different types of automated garage door openers.

Dasma (Door Access Systems Manufacturers Association) recommends your garage door system be serviced annually for optimum performance and safety. Overhead Door Company of Brunswick and Waycross both offer a Planned Maintenance Program that will provide an annual 14 point safety inspection on your garage door system and perform annual maintenance such as lubrication of rollers, tightening of nut and bolts, inspection of pulley’s, cables & hinges and adjustment of springs, as well as checking your motor limits and reversing mechanisms. We will automatically contac you yearly when it is time for your yearly maintenance appointment. Additionally, you get a reduced rate on the annual service fee and 5% discount on any repair service and parts that may arise during the year.

So give yourself a little peace of mind and give your system a good inspection or call us at 912-265-3355 (Brunswick), 576-7660 (St. Mary’s) or 283-1843 (Waycross) to set up an inspection and service.

 

Overhead Door Company of Brunswick and Overhead Door Company of Waycross are locally owned and operated since 1994. We specialize in sales, service and installation of residential, commercial and industrial doors and electric openers, loading dock equipment, steel entry doors, architectural hardware, gate entry systems, room dividers, garage door screens, garage flooring, Provia custom entry doors, pet doors and more.

We service most make and models of garage doors and openers, including the programming of your remote control, home link system, and commercial door and motors, loading dock equipment and sliding grilles. Our experienced, certified service technicians provide quality, professional service. All employees go through drug testing and background check.

We are a proud member of the International Door Association, the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation, National Federation of Independent Business, and our local Chamber of Commerce and Homebuilders Associations.

For more information please visit our websites at

www.ohdbrunswick.com and www.ohdwaycross.com

Overhead Door on the Silver Screen

Posted by Susan Walker on Thu, Apr 17, 2014 @ 09:57 AM

Red Ribbon distributors will get an extra dose of publicity this spring thanks to a new movie opening in theaters on Wednesday, April 16. The film from Sony Pictures Entertainment “Heaven is for Real” features an Overhead Door distributor as one of its main characters.

If you haven’t heard about the movie, it’s based on the best-selling book of the same name. “Heaven is for Real” brings to the screen the true story of a small-town father who must find the courage and conviction to share his son’s extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world. The film stars Academy Award® nominee and Emmy® award winning actor Greg Kinnear as Todd Burpo, who works as an Overhead Door distributor in the film.

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About a year ago, producers for the movie approached Overhead Door looking for materials they could use in the filming and we were happy to oblige. Throughout the movie, the Todd Burpo character drives a work truck with an Overhead Door logo and wears shirts with the logo as well. It’s a great opportunity for us to get our industry-leading brand greater recognition, and it will pay dividends well into the future when the movie eventually runs in syndication on television.

To celebrate Overhead Door’s involvement in the movie, Overhead Door Corporation is hosting an advance screening of the movie for our Dallas-based employees on April 15, the night before the movie hits theaters nationwide.

For more information about “Heaven is for Real,” including a trailer, synopsis and stills from the movie, visit the Overhead Door Facebook page, or click here:http://www.sonypictures.com/movies/heavenisforreal/

Are you planning to see the movie? Leave a comment and let us know.

About Heaven is for Real: The film stars Academy Award® nominee and Emmy® award winning actor Greg Kinnear as Todd Burpo and co-stars Kelly Reilly as Sonja Burpo, the real-life couple whose son Colton (newcomer Connor Corum) claims to have visited Heaven during a near death experience. Colton recounts the details of his amazing journey with childlike innocence and speaks matter-of-factly about things that happened before his birth … things he couldn’t possibly know. Todd and his family are then challenged to examine the meaning from this remarkable event. The film will be in theaters on Wednesday, April 16.

Overhead Door Company of Brunswick and Overhead Door Company of Waycross are locally owned and operated since 1994. We specialize in sales, service and installation of residential, commercial and industrial doors and electric openers, loading dock equipment, steel entry doors, architectural hardware, gate entry systems, room dividers, garage door screens, garage flooring, Provia custom entry doors, pet doors and more.

We service most make and models of garage doors and openers, including the programming of your remote control, home link system, and commercial door and motors, loading dock equipment and sliding grilles. Our experienced, certified service technicians provide quality, professional service. All employees go through drug testing and background check.

We are a proud member of the International Door Association, the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation, National Federation of Independent Business, and our local Chamber of Commerce and Homebuilders Associations.

For more information please visit our websites at www.ohdbrunswick.com and www.ohdwaycross.com.

Why You Should Never Skimp On A Garage Door Installations

Posted by Susan Walker on Wed, May 21, 2014 @ 07:33 AM

A new garage door is a substantial investment in your home. It is also something that could have costly consequences if it is not done correctly. Overhead Door Company of Brunswick has been called time after time because a low-budget garage door installer has left a homeowner with a mess and they need our expertise to fix it.

You can save yourself the hassle and headache by choosing a reputable and experienced provider who stands by their work. You may be tempted by the bargain prices, but you will get what you pay for in the end. If you are still not convinced that a professional installer is worth the money, our trained installers have shared some of the reasons they have witnessed firsthand.

Here are a few good reasons you should never skimp on garage door installation:

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Our garage door experts have been to the scene of too many garage door accidents in their careers. They have witnessed cats and dogs with injuries and damaged vehicles caused by a door that came crashing down unexpectedly. Professional installers have the expertise to reduce the chances of a serious accident taking place.

Additionally, be wary of anyone adding decorative “siding board” to the exterior of the door. Each door and spring system is engineered to bear a certain amount of weight. Not only does adding exterior siding to the door void the factory warranty, but not accounting for the extra weight with the door struts and spring size could cause a serious accident.

2. Costly Maintenance and Repairs

The installers at Overhead Door Company of Brunswick have extensive experience repairing and servicing all makes and models of garage doors and operators. Quite often, we are called after another company has caused damage to the tracking or pulleys and the door will no longer open or close.

3. Installers Go Out of Business

Our garage door installers are often asked to finish projects or handle maintenance problems because the original company has gone out of business or refuses to return their calls. Take the time to investigate the business’ history and track record in the area before agreeing to any work.

4. Take the Money and Run

Unfortunately, some disreputable companies have given our industry a bad name. Never trust a garage door company that doesn’t have an established location and solid long term reputation in the community.

5. Get What You Want

If you are willing to spend a little more money and deal with a company that has a proven track record of quality service, you will also get the added bonus of choosing exactly what you want. As the only door company in the area with a “Door Store” showroom we can assist you in customizing your garage door, security features and options.

These are five powerful reasons why you should never skimp on your garage door installation!
Overhead Door Company of Brunswick is locally owned and operated since 1994. We specialize in sales, service and installation of residential, commercial and industrial doors and electric openers, loading dock equipment, steel entry doors, architectural hardware, gate entry systems, room dividers, garage door screens, garage flooring, Provia custom entry doors, pet doors and more.

We service most make and models of garage doors and openers, including the programming of your remote control, home link system, and commercial door and motors, loading dock equipment and sliding grilles. Our experienced, certified service technicians provide quality, professional service. All employees go through drug testing and background check.

We are a proud member of the International Door Association, the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation, National Federation of Independent Business, and our local Chamber of Commerce and Homebuilders Associations.

For more information about Overhead Door Company of Brunswick visit our website at http://ohdbruns.wpengine.com

7 Day Plan: Get a Spotless Beautifully Organized Garage

Posted by Susan Walker on Mon, Jun 02, 2014 @ 09:32 AM
Stop fearing that dirty dumping ground and start using it as the streamlined garage you’ve been wanting
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If you are ready to transform your garage from dumping ground to a useful, well-organized space, this plan is for you. It breaks down a monster of a task into manageable steps, so you can stop fearing your garage and finally start using it again.

traditional garage and shed by Village Builders Inc.Not only is the garage generally filled with cars, oil spots and an assortment of stinky chemical stuff, it also has a reputation as the black hole of the home, the place where you put things and then never see them again. Here’s how to change that.

Make a plan of attack

Depending on the state of your garage, you may need to clear a weekend to kick off this task. Get help if you can- and keep an eye on the weather. You need to be able to drag stuff out of the garage so you will have more space to go through it. The first two days include the hardest work; the rest of the week is about putting things back together and creating storage that functions well. Read over the whole plan before beginning and make adjustments as needed.

Also, before you get started, take a moment to envision the way you want your garage to look when you are done. How do you want to use your garage? Do you need to make room for your cars, carve out space for a workshop or create a smartly organized storage space for seasonal gear? Keeping your goals in mind will help you stay focused during the week’s tasks.

Day 1: Purge

Before diving in today, it will help if you take a moment to set up several areas: hazardous waste, garbage, recycling, donate, sell and keep. Rent a Dumpster if you need it, but keep in mind that you should be able to recycle, donate or sell most of what you no longer want or need. Once you have your zones in place, begin pulling things out of your garage and sorting them. (Don’t try to sort stuff in your garage — you won’t be able to really clean or organize your garage if you try to sort it in place.)

What to keep:
Important memorabilia
Things you have used within the past 12 months
Things you have a definite plan to use in the near future (such as workout gear you forgot you owned)
Spare materials for your home, such as paint and tile

Categorize your keepers:
Holiday decorations
Gardening supplies
Tools
Paint and home repair
Car care
Memorabilia
Seasonal gear
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Miscellaneous

Get rid of everything else. Thinking you might someday want to use something is not a good reason to keep it. Each item you keep that you do not use, love or truly need is taking up precious space in your home and in your life, space that could be used for something more worthwhile. Give it away, sell it, pass it on … let it go.

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Day 2: Clean and inspect

Because they can house everything from cars to paint cans, garages get dirty. Sometimesreally dirty. And while a little dirt is to be expected in a garage, keeping up a basic level of tidiness can help deter critters who may think of taking up residence in your boxes of stuff. Today is the day for a clean sweep.

Remove everything from the garage, if you haven’t already.

Inspect the garage for signs of rodents, pests and water damage. If you find signs, make a plan to treat as needed.

Vacuum or sweep up dust bunnies and major dust from the corners. Wear a dust mask if you are sensitive to dust.

Sprinkle powdered detergent liberally on cement floor oil stains and scrub with a stiff-bristled brush and warm water. Rinse and let dry.

Thoroughly sweep the floors.

If you want to get the floors extra clean, spray them with a hose, scrub with an old mop, rinse and sweep out excess water. Let them dry completely before bringing back any of your stuff.

Decluttering tasks:   While your floors dry, visit your piles of stuff left from yesterday.
Transfer things from oddly shaped containers or falling-apart cardboard boxes into sturdy plastic bins. (Another strike for cardboard: rats and other rodents can easily chew their way in and use any soft material they find inside to make a nest.)

Use smaller open-top bins to organize frequently used supplies like gardening gear and tools.

Use color-coded labels to identify the contents.

Don’t mix contents. If you start with a box of childhood memorabilia, don’t toss in swimming suits at the end. That will make it impossible to find things later!
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Day 3: Make a storage plan

Standing in your garage with a clipboard, draw a rough floor plan of the space. Mark where each category of stuff will go. As you complete the rest of this week’s tasks, fill in details about where you are storing what. And be sure to keep this plan — it will come in handy when you’re ready to pull out the holiday decorations!
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Day 4: Get everything off the floor

Storing stuff on the floor of the garage invites mildew and water damage, and makes it easier to let things get messy again. If you do not already have a storage system in place, now is the time to get one.

Use vertical space. Consider adding tall shelving units and a ceiling-mounted platform.

Use the walls. Don’t let a wall go to waste! If you have two walls filled with shelving, fill the other one with wall-mounted storage. It can be as fancy as a custom storage system or as simple as a pegboard and a row of wall hooks. Bikes, tools, shovels, rakes and sports gear can all be hung on the wall, avoiding the dreaded floor pileup.
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A ceiling-mounted system like this one makes excellent use of space. Stack plastic bins (just be sure you label them and face the labels out) on top, and hang bikes and other gear from hooks underneath.
contemporary garage and shed by Monkey Bars of Wichita
Store the least frequently used stuff in the highest spots.

Top-level storage: Childhood memorabilia and old documents that must be stored long-term
Medium height: Holiday decorations and seasonal gear
Lowest: Gardening supplies, home improvement tools and sports equipment
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Day 5: Finish the job.

If you still have a pile that looks something like this, don’t freak out. Now is the time to finish the job so you can move on to more important things … like rewarding yourself with an ice-cold drink.
Take your hazardous waste to the proper disposal or recycling facility. Check Earth 911 to find a place that collects hazardous waste and other recyclables. You may be surprised at what can be recycled — even old clothing and textiles, coat hangers, running shoes and broken appliances, to name a few.

Make a run to a local charity shop with your donation items. Shelters and nonprofits in your area may also be looking for specific types of donations, so it’s nice to check into those first if you can.

Plan a yard sale if you have things left you want to sell.
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Day 6: Make an entrance.

If your garage connects to your home, you probably use it as an entrance — which means you could use a mini mudroom in the area near the door. Put down a doormat to trap oil and dirt before people step foot in your house; provide a boot tray or shelving for shoes, and a few hooks or a standing closet for coats.
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Day 7 and beyond: Keep up the good work!

Decluttering tasks:

Stop thinking of your garage as a dumping ground for things you don’t know what to do with, and start thinking of it as the useful, accessible storage area that it is.

When you put something new into storage, be sure it is in a secure, labeled container, and mark it down on your storage plan.

Cleaning tasks:
Wipe up oil spots as soon as you notice them and sprinkle on kitty litter to soak up the most of the stain before it sets.

Keep a box in the garage to collect items that need to go to a special recycling or waste center (like motor oil and paint) and make a trip there whenever the box is full.

Set a date for at least once or twice a year to give your garage a thorough cleaning.
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The Lifestyle garage door screen is a fully retractable garage screen door that works with your existing garage door and features a fully retractable passage door for easy entry and exit without having to retract the entire system. The Lifestyle garage screen is fully spring loaded, making opening and closing quick and easy.

Overhead Door Company of Brunswick and Overhead Door Company of Waycross are locally owned and operated since 1994. We specialize in sales, service and installation of residential, commercial and industrial doors and electric openers, loading dock equipment, steel entry doors, architectural hardware, gate entry systems, room dividers, garage door screens, garage flooring, Provia custom entry doors, pet doors and more.

We service most make and models of garage doors and openers, including the programming of your remote control, home link system, and commercial door and motors, loading dock equipment and sliding grilles. Our experienced, certified service technicians provide quality, professional service. All employees go through drug testing and background check.

We are a proud member of the International Door Association, the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation, National Federation of Independent Business, and our local Chamber of Commerce and Homebuilders Associations.

For more information please visit our websites at www.ohdbrunswick.com and www.ohdwaycross.com.

 

Hurricane Season – Prepare Your Home and Business

Posted by Susan Walker on Wed, Jun 11, 2014 @ 01:05 PM

For the millions of property owners in coastal areas, June marks the time of year when questions and worries about hurricane season start to rise.

Is the season going to be a bad one? Will my insurance rates rise? Is my property prepared?

Unfortunately, the only one of those common questions a property owner can answer for themselves is whether or not their home or business is prepared. That means taking the proper precautions for your family, employees and real estate.

Taking special care to ensure garage doors are sound is particularly wise. That’s because during hurricanes and tropical storms, pressure or high winds can cause doors to collapse or detach from their tracks. If your door fails, damaging, winds can enter your structure, blowing out doors, windows, walls and the roof. Couple this with exterior debris, such as signs, roofing materials and siding, and those inside could be subject to injuries or worse.

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Your local Overhead Door Distributor can suggest a wind-resistant garage door that offers the highest level of protection for your situation or geographic region.

Outfitting your home or business with Overhead Door Corporation’s wind load products are ideal severe weather solutions. When you purchase a new wind-resistant residential, commercial or industrial door, you’ll have one less worry during times of high winds from hurricanes or extreme storms.

Our Windstorm™ wind load-rated garage doors, with properly selected wind load options, are tested to provide additional reinforcement in pressure conditions caused by strong winds from extreme weather. As the homeowner or business owner, it’s important to check with your local building code official for your home or business’ specific wind load requirements and appropriate design pressure (PSF – pounds per square foot) to help in determining the best door option for your home or business’ demands.

Windstorm™ residential garage doors are reinforced, wind load-rated overhead doors that meet or exceed wind load requirements set by the International Building Code and International Residential Code, the Florida Building Code and Miami-Dade County, and the Texas Department of Insurance. (Note: While wind load doors are built to provide extra security, you should always follow your city, town or region’s evacuation orders.)

Homeowners can choose from Windstorm™ doors in the Overhead Door Traditional Steel Collection, Thermacore® Collection, Courtyard Collection®, Carriage House Collection,Durafirm Collection®, Impression Collection®, Modern Aluminum Collection and Signature®Carriage Collection

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Overhead Door Thermacore® Model 591

On the commercial and industrial side, there are nearly just as many options. Property owners can choose from our Thermacore® Sectional Doors, Advanced Performance Service Doors, Sectional Steel Doors, Rolling Service Doors and Fire Rated Doors.

For questions about residential or commercial door options, or to upgrade your existing commercial or industrial door to a wind load compliant door system, contact your local Overhead Door distributor. Overhead Door distributors will help you find the wind-resistant door that will offer the highest level of protection for your situation or geographic location.

How do you prepare for hurricane season? Leave a comment below with your tips.

www.ohdbrunswick.com       www.ohdwaycross.com

Overhead Door Company of Brunswick and Overhead Door Company of Waycross are locally owned and operated since 1994. We specialize in sales, service and installation of residential, commercial and industrial doors and electric openers, loading dock equipment, steel entry doors, architectural hardware, gate entry systems, room dividers, garage door screens, garage flooring, Provia custom entry doors, pet doors and more.

We service most make and models of garage doors and openers, including the programming of your remote control, home link system, and commercial door and motors, loading dock equipment and sliding grilles. Our experienced, certified service technicians provide quality, professional service. All employees go through drug testing and background check.

We are a proud member of the International Door Association, the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation, National Federation of Independent Business, and our local Chamber of Commerce and Homebuilders Associations.

For more information please visit our websites at www.ohdbrunswick.com and www.ohdwaycross.com.

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