Every day, you walk into the garage, jump into the car and press the garage remote as you prepare to leave, but today, something is wrong. For some reason, you have an issue with the garage door and it's not working as it should What should you do in this situation?
Begin by identifying the problem. For example, if the door is operating unevenly, this could be due to some form of obstruction or debris in the wheel tracks.
If you use a wheelchair and you need to select a door for your newly-built garage, you may find the advice below to be quite useful.
1. Opt for an electric garage door
Whilst manual garage doors are perfectly adequate for many people, they're not necessarily ideal for those who use wheelchairs. In your circumstances, an electric garage door that can be opened and shut remotely by using a handheld device might be more suitable.