Ricardo Rosales

Ricardo Rosales

noisy garage door

Fixing a Noisy Garage Door

Unpleasant and unusual noise from garage door can be unpleasant to the ear. Here are a few steps on how to aid this problem before it turns into a bigger problem. Make sure you have periodic maintenance service done on both your garage door and door opener. It is recommended to do these maintenance services twice a year or every season change.
winter garage door

Winter Garage Door Tips

Your garage door is the largest moving part in your entire home. It is used multiple times per day at any hour and in all seasons. To keep your garage door operating smoothly for decades to come, it’s very important…

myq liftmaster opener technology

MyQ: LiftMaster’s Opener Technology

MyQ – Strong. Quiet. Versatile. “Strong. Quiet. Versatile. Choose from the best in smart home and security features to simplify your life, stay connected to home and protect what matters most,” is the leading statement on LiftMaster’s website about their…

garage door inspections

Garage Door Maintenance Inspections

Before the weather starts to turn colder and winter arrives, there are two maintenance inspection checks as a homeowner should perform on their garage doors. Many emergency repair work orders occur during the colder temperatures. Have Top Notch Garage Door…

garage door spring repair

Garage Door Spring Repair

If you’re present when a garage door spring breaks, you’ll immediately notice the loud noise. After this occurs, attempting to lift the garage door will make you feel its entire weight, which can vary between 150lbs to 400lbs, depending on…

garage door repair service

Garage Door Repair

Having trouble getting your garage door open? Someone accidentally drove right through it? Did your spring snap or break on your garage doors? Top Notch Garage Door offers a 24 hour emergency garage door repair service and in most cases…

history of the garage door

History of The Garage Door

Origins of the Garage Door The history of the garage door is traceable back to 450 B.C. when chariots were stored in gatehouses. For example, in places like colonial America, these carriage houses were not attached to homes. Meaning owners…