Discount Garage Door Reveals Why A Broken Garage Door Is An Emergency

From broken springs to broken cables and hinges there is a wide range of issues and problems that can develop on a garage door. This might be due to wear and tear or an accidental breakage.

Oklahoma City, United States - October 6, 2017 /PressCable/ —

A garage door company is keen to educate homeowners about why an issue with a garage door is an emergency repair. Homeowners might be willing to leave a garage door broken. However, according to Discount Garage Door, this could be dangerous.

One of the major problems that can occur with a garage door is that it can fall off its track. If this is the case, the door is no longer stable and could fall closed at any time. Discount Garage Door realizes that many homeowners are completely unaware of just how heavy a garage door is. If it falls at the wrong time, it could damage a vehicle and possibly even cause severe injuries. As such, it is important that a repair is completed quickly by a professional who is trained and qualified to handle the issue.

Although Discount Garage Door realize there is more than just the danger of a mechanical fault to think about. Typically, the garage door takes up one-third of a house’s facade. As such, a fault or problem with a garage door could attract the wrong type of attention to a home. This extends beyond disapproving looks from the neighbors. Discount Garage Door is aware hat a broken door that is not closed properly could attract thieves and criminals. Homeowners need to understand that by not fixing their garage door as soon as possible, they could be leaving their home open to the threat of a break-in. This is particularly dangerous if the inside of the garage provides access to the rest of the property.

Of course, a garage door issue can also simply be an annoyance. It adds moments of stress onto the days of homeowners as they have to drive the car out far more carefully. It can be frustrating for them if the garage door doesn’t close properly the first time. Discount Garage Door understands the issues here and that’s why they believe a garage door repair should always be classed as an emergency. Due to this, they aim to provide a rapid service to clients in need of a garage door repair and ensure that they are not left waiting for a solution they desperately need.

From broken springs to broken cables and hinges there is a wide range of issues and problems that can develop on a garage door. This might be due to wear and tear or an accidental breakage. In cases like this, Discount Garage Door is eager to advise homeowners and provide the solution.

Homeowners may be oblivious to the dangers and issues that a broken garage door brings, but Discount Garage Door is here to help. The company will continue to strive to deliver a cost-effective service and make sure homes are safe and secure.

Discount Garage Door is locally owned and has been providing a trusted service since 2001. The family-owned business is dedicated to quality and affordability while ensuring a fantastic level of customer service.

Contact Info:
Name: Dustin Loyal
Organization: Discount Garage Door
Address: 421 N Meridian Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73107, United States
Phone: +1-405-525-3667

For more information, please visit

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 246808

Latest News

Theron calls idea of arming US teachers 'so outrageous'

Mar 17, 2018

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Actress Charlize Theron says the idea of arming teachers after recent U.S. school shootings or "adding more guns" to the situation is "so outrageous." The South African says: "I have a very personal experience with gun violence. I lost my father to gun violence." She added: "I just don't understand when people try to make the conversation, the argument that the fix is more guns. It is so outrageous to me." Theron spoke Saturday at the Global Education and Skills Forum being held in Dubai. Theron says people should "listen to our kids" to solve...

Egypt coach facing obstacle of Ramadan ahead of World Cup

Mar 17, 2018

CAIRO — Well-traveled and much experienced as a soccer coach, Hector Cuper is facing a new obstacle when it comes to preparing Egypt for this year's World Cup. The tournament in Russia starts on the final day of Ramadan, the holy month that requires Muslims to fast from sunrise to sunset. Egypt is scheduled to play its opening match a day later, on June 15, against Uruguay. That means much of Egypt's preparations for the World Cup — the country's first in 28 years — will be done while the all-Muslim team is supposed to be fasting during daylight hours....

Saudi king establishes anti-corruption prosecution units

Mar 17, 2018

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi Arabia's king has established special anti-corruption units of prosecutors to pursue embezzlement cases in the kingdom after a recent crackdown. King Salman's decision was announced Sunday in a report on the state-run Saudi Press Agency. The report said the king's decision came from "his concern over combating corruption in all its forms aiming to protect the homeland and its resources, maintain public money and protect the integrity of the public employment." The decision comes after Saudi Arabia arrested dozens of princes, business leaders and government officials in early November in a push led by Crown...

Saudi women take the wheel, test-driving a new freedom

Mar 17, 2018

JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia — Fatima Salem giggles with hesitation when it's her turn to drive through a small parking lot lined with bright orange cones and arrows. Like millions of Saudi women, she plans on applying for a driver's license when the kingdom lifts its ban on women driving in June. But first, she has to learn how to drive. "I'm a little nervous," the 30-year-old master's student said. Francesca Pardini, an Italian former racecar driver, helps calm her nerves, reminding Salem to check the mirrors and buckle up. Once on the road, Pardini reached over to help straighten out...

Child sex abuse in Turkey sparks debate on best prevention

Mar 17, 2018

ISTANBUL — A man suspected of raping a sleeping 4-year-old girl during a wedding in southern Turkey narrowly escaped a neighborhood lynching attempt, sparking a public outcry and calls for the government to prevent and more severely punish child sexual abuse. Among the heavier penalties the Turkish government is considering are life sentences, chemical castration and other "deterrents," according to high-ranking officials. The attack reignited a national discourse about child abuse, with some public figures taking to social media to say "Children keep quiet, you shouldn't" and others petitioning parliament to install the death penalty. But Turkey's already hefty punishments...

About Us

Originally founded in 2015, Voyage Times publishes articles on travel and lifestyle for travelers, leisure seekers, and culture hunters from around the world.

Contact us: sales[at]

Subscribe Now!

Quick Links