Urgent Locksmith Hamilton
Urgent Locksmith Hamilton has the perfect team to come and help repair or install a new garage door, if yours is out of working order. Call for our Urgent Locksmith Hamilton to come to your help even in the middle of the night. Our Urgent Locksmith Hamilton is here for you now and always.
When a door does not work properly, depending on the type of door, it may be cheaper to replace the entire door. If the company that manufactured your garage door is still in business; purchasing replacement garage door panels may be as simple as a trip to your local hardware store. If the manufacturer is no longer in business; you may still be able to find replacement panels and we can help. However, if your door is more than 15 years old, or if the manufacturer is out of business, you should consider replacing the entire door, so call us to help.
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Many modern door panels are made with a thin, inexpensive fiber board. This can last a very long time, but if water manages to seep into the doors; they will swell and become weak and sponge-like. You can replace the panels with similar fiber board panels; or you can replace them with a different material, such as smooth-surfaced quarter-inch plywood.
Removing the old panels is usually the easy part. Depending on how badly damaged the panels are; you may be able to simply break them out with your bare hands. You can also cut a few holes with a large-bore drill; and cut the panels out with a hand saw or a power saw. Some panels are simply stapled into the door frame, which lends itself to easy replacements.
Most garage doors are set into a fixed, pre-fabricated molding, with complicated rails, stiles, and grooves. Replacing these panels is a time-consuming and tedious process; and many impatient home owners have ruined a door beyond repair because of this. It is more cost-effective to replace a few panels than an entire garage door. That is if you are willing to put in the time and energy. Or call Urgent Locksmith Hamilton today!