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Before & After highlight of last week was these Two 8x7s!

The new doors color with the decorative hardware highlight the design of the home. We offer a wide range of decorative designs and attractive finishes for the perfect look for your doors. Which adds tons of curb appeal!

A simple change as garage doors can update the whole appearance of your home!

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Severe Thunderstorms in DFW

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Do you have a Security Gate, Garage Door, or Garage Door Opener that may have been damaged by the recent thunderstorms? If so, give us a call. We can help! Any issues or concerns you may have we can assist you in solving.
We want to help you protect your investments.
Providing Superior Service all over the DFW Metroplex!Severe Weather In DFW


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Home Safety Tips For Your Garage

Garage Doors

When it’s time to think about home security, the garage is sometimes forgotten, which is problematic because this is one of the biggest home security vulnerability areas. Items inside the garage – power tools, lawnmowers, and cars – are appealing to thieves and once a burglar makes it into your garage, they get easier access to the rest of your home.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to protect yourself. Try these six tips to secure your garage.
1. Install a security system.
A security system in your garage, connected to your home security system, is your best line of defense. If anyone tries to enter your garage when your system is set, the alarm will sound and can alert emergency services to be dispatched.
When it comes to choosing the right security provider, there are many things to consider. To establish which one is right for you, you can check out the SafeWise security system finder.
2. Keep your windows covered.
Keep any windows in the garage covered with blinds or curtains so potential burglars can’t window shop. If that’s not possible, apply a translucent or opaque film to the glass. This lets light in, but prevents others from seeing inside.
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3. Upgrade to motion detector lights.
Along with motion detector lights that may come with your security system, upgrade your current light fixtures in and around the garage to motion detector lights. Motion detectors are infrared waves that detect body temperature and moving objects. Warm objects, like animals, cars, and people are detected by motion lights. When motion is detected, a light turns on and stays on for a preset time. The light then shuts offs, unless motion is detected.
4. Secure the garage door.
The door that leads to your house from the garage should be as secure as other external doors around your house. You want to stop any potential intruders from making it farther into your home, if they do somehow come into your garage. Make sure you garage door securely locks, which can include a deadbolt, having more than one lock, or putting in padlocks with a programmed entry code. The door should also be made of a sturdy material. Fiberglass, solid wood, solid wood core, or metal doors are best.
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5. Don’t leave your garage remote in the car.
Avoid giving a burglar easy access to your garage by taking the remote with you, whether you’re parked in the driveway for the night or if you’re headed into the office. Never leave your remote garage door opener in the car, even when it’s parked in the garage. You can get a small keychain remote to replace your big remote at most home improvement stores or the place where you bought your garage door opener. You’ll want to match the remote to the brand and year of your current opener and follow the enclosed instructions to program it.
6. Use timers.
Leaving home in a rush, kids forgetting to push the button, or neglecting to put the garage door down for the night happens to everyone. However, when your garage door is left open, it’s an open invitation for anyone to come in. Don’t rely on your memory to make sure the garage door is closed; use a timer that signals your garage door opener to close the door after a set amount of time. You determine the time that can be elapsed before the door closes. Most timers are easily installed on the garage door track and the keypad that connects to the opening/closing control.

 

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Detail Werkz Dallas Commercial Door Before and After

Commercial Roll up Door we recently installed for Detail Werkz Dallas.

 

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North Texas Humane Society Before and After

Before & After on this Commercial Door for the North Texas Humane Society.

We replaced it with an 20×10 25G Steel Door. What a huge difference!

We hope everyone has a fantastic week!

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Before & After Wicker Tan Oak Summits

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Great curb appeal with these two 8×7 Wicker Tan Oak Summits with Long Panel Stockton Windows & Blue Ridge Decorative Hardware.
We make your home CUSTOM!

 


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Top 10 Safety Tips For Garage Doors

Classica

Through the International Door Association (IDA) and the Door and Access Systems Manufacturers Association (DASMA), the Overhead Door Corporation has prepared this list of garage door safety tips for keeping everyone and everything safe and secure.

Make sure the garage door opener control button is out of the reach of small children.

Do not let children play with garage door remote controls.
Consult the owner’s manual and learn how to use the garage door’s emergency release feature.
Visually inspect the garage door each month. Look at springs, cables, rollers and pulleys for signs of wear. Do not attempt to remove, adjust or repair these parts or anything attached to them. A trained door repairman must make adjustments to these parts, which are under high tension.
Test the garage door opener’s reversing mechanism monthly by placing a 2 x 4 board or a roll of paper towels in the door’s path. If the door does not reverse after contacting the object, call a qualified garage door professional for repair. If the opener has not been replaced since 1993, seriously consider a new one with auto-reverse as a standard feature.
Never place fingers between door sections and explain the dangers to children. If you have small children, consider a door with panels that can’t pinch.
Do not leave the garage door partially open. When activated again, it may travel downward and come in contact with an object in its path. This also impacts your home’s security as well.
While on vacation, unplug the garage door opener unit or use a vacation lock console security switch, which renders remotes unusable and is an optional accessory to most openers.

If the opener does not have rolling-code technology, which changes the access codes each time the opener is used to prevent code grabbing, be sure to change the manufacturer’s standard access codes on the opener and remote control, or consider investing in a newer model with more safety and security features that are now standard.
A new trend in home invasion is gaining access to the home by stealing the opener or car. Never leave the remote control in the car or with a parking attendant. Consider using a key chain remote and always lock the entry to the inside of your home – especially if your opener is programmed to your vehicle. It is a small inconvenience for safety and security.


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Gorgeous Handcrafted Garage Doors

Custom Garage Doors

 

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Completed Gorgeous Handcrafted Wood Garage Doors.
These custom doors were made out of (Clear Heart Cedar) which gave our customer the certain architectural look they desired. They were installed with LiftMaster 8550 Belt Drives with Battery Backup, which gives these doors a smooth and quiet trip down & up!


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Double Garage Doors Before and After

BEFORE & AFTER

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This customer was thrilled with the final product of his new customized Amarr Garage Doors.

Our Custom Door Installer; Miguel, always performs outstanding clean & amazing service! Leaving our customers always impressed!


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Let us customize your home.

Damaged Garage Doors BeforeCustom Hardwood Garage Doors After

 

Before & After of an 18×8 and 9×8 Classica 3000 Cortona Closed Square in Walnut with Blue Ridge Decorative Handles.


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A HUGH THANK YOU to Phil at Alliance Garage and Gates for the awesome new garage door they installed today. They are extremely professional, and I highly recommend them. I had several estimates done and Alliance Garage and Gates was the best company by far. I have a 1954 house and the old garage door was falling apart. The new door is beautiful! I am extremely happy with Alliance Garage and Gates!

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