Custom glass aluminum garage doors from SACS garage repair
One of the most popular garage door aesthetics this summer has been our glass-aluminum option. There’s nothing more classic than rows of bright, clean glass windows emphasized and outlined by a black aluminum grid. It’s a look that works especially well for businesses, bars and restaurants who desire a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor areas, as well as good ventilation.
This video showcases a 12×8-foot door, and two 16×8-foot doors. All three feature high-cycle springs, with the two larger doors employing heavy-duty springs in order to handle the heavy weight. The bigger the better in our opinion! These are equipped with Jackshaft LiftMaster 8500 garage door openers, which offer a side-mounted configuration that frees up ceiling space.
These particular doors are considered “high-lifted,” which means the garage door tracks are as close to the ceiling as possible. Having as much headroom as possible is not only attractive and airy, but also advantageous when working on cars, under the hood.
These samples feature four by three glass panes, 12 total. You can choose clear glass or white laminate glass depending on your privacy needs. Watch our YouTube demonstration to see them in action. Custom Glass Aluminum Garage Doors from SACS Garage Door Repair Sacramento
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Common garage door repair related FAQ
How long does it take to replace a garage door?
Roughly 3 to 4 hours, if done properly.
How often should my a garage door be serviced?
Your garage door is a large piece of moving equipment made up of many parts. Some families use their garage door more than their front door. We recommend having your garage door and operator serviced every year in order to ensure a properly working door and operator. The noises your door or operator makes are your initial “warning signs” that something is not quite right. The longer you put off the necessary service, the more damage may result.
How long do garage door springs usually last?
The most common torsion springs have an expected life of about 10,000 cycles (one opening and one closing is a cycle.)
What is the life span of a garage door opener?
The average life span of a door opener can vary from 10 to 20 years depending on the model and usage.