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on 08/24/2015 - 11:42 am
By Jim Boland
Owner, Precision Overhead Garage Door Service
Press a button and the garage door opens or closes. When that doesn’t happen, it can cause a lot of frustration.
Odds are the problem can be resolved with a simple adjustment—and the best news is you can probably handle it yourself in seconds. Before you reach for the phone for a service call, try the following four tips.
Check the transmitters, both the wall and the remote units. If the wall control button light is flashing, it is in vacation/lock mode. See the manual to turn off the vacation/lock mode.
For the remote transmitter, does the indicator light glow when the button is pressed? If not, replace the batte ...
By Jonathan Palmer
Owner/Operations Manager, Mallard's Edge
If “home is where the heart is,” shouldn’t you live in a home you love?
Old homes can be charming with their wood finishes, plaster walls, exposed brick, pocket doors, and quirky rooms. Yet problems can sometimes hide under those pretty surfaces—asbestos, lead paint, faulty wiring, insect/rodent damage, and more.
How can you ensure the home you live in is built to last and will meet your family’s needs far into the future? The answer is to build your next home from the ground up.
By working with a knowledgeable contractor you trust, you can create the home of your dreams and, more importantly, have ...
By Jaime Thomas
Owner, Perfect Home Restoration
All across the country, homeowners are still cleaning up after record floods in the Midwest and rampant fires out West. Here in Northeast Ohio we have been spared from major catastrophes, but still many local homeowners have had to deal with damage to their homes, whether flooded basements, mishaps inside, or storms and high winds that have damaged roofing and siding.
During these stressful times, it is important to hire a contractor who knows the ins and outs of the insurance process. There are many qualified contractors in town who offer quality workmanship, but often it is hard to find a contractor who speaks insurance.