Automatic garage doors are not only convenient, but can be a useful security feature to add to your home or work premise. If you would like free quotes for new electric garage doors or would like to convert your existing garage doors to electrically operated models then please get in touch using our free form.
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Electric garage doors can come in especially handy for those with limited mobility, parents of young children, or people who regularly drive in inclement weather. These doors can be manufactured to fit any size opening, so you can enjoy them regardless of the type or size of your garage. Stop getting in and out of your car to close your garage door - contact us today for a free no-obligation quote on installation.► Click For Free Electric Garage Door Quotes ◄
One of the biggest concerns people have about electric garage doors involves how they would open them during a power outage. Most units on the market today contain a battery backup system that would allow them to open and close the door for a period of time after losing power. This means that electric garage doors can be used even after a heavy storm, so there's really no reason not to consider them. Most can also be disconnected from the motors and used manually should the need arise.
Average electric garage door costs will depend a great deal on the size of the door. Systems to control single-sized doors are typically less expensive than units that lift double or triple-sized doors are. Likewise, if the door is especially tall, a special, more expensive opener would be required. Garage doors may need to be picked up and lifted when installing an opener - protect yourself by ensuring you hire a contractor that is licensed and insured, even if it costs more money to do so.
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Q. How much will it cost to install electric garage doors?
A. Itís very difficult to provide an estimate on the cost to install garage doors. Factors that play a part include the style, material, size, mechanism (i.e. chain, screw or belt), and the manner in which the door will open. A typical cost for a single electric garage door is £800. However, the best way to ascertain the possible cost is to compare quotes. This can be done right here from this page through the free, no obligation quote form.
Q. Will installing an electric garage door increase my energy consumption considerably?
A. No, electric garage doors only use a minimal amount of power when they are plugged in, and also require very little energy while in operation. As such, you should not notice a significant increase in your power bill after installing an electric garage door.
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