Garage Doors for Every Taste

September 28, 2012

Saving Energy, Money and the Environment one Garage Door at a Time


Now you can save Money, Energy and the Environment with something you do hundreds of times a year!

Go Green with Marantec-Eco Garage Door Openers and Precision Door



Marantec-Eco: Energy conscious, feature-rich, reliable systems designed to perform, built to last and guaranteed to provide years of trouble-free operation. Their advanced operating system (EOS) and Direct Current (DC) motor ensures an amazingly quiet operation and the best warranty in the industry.

In addition; Marantec ECO openers provide the following green advantages:

• A highly efficient stand-by-mode reduces the opener energy consumption from 7 watts to less than 0.3 watts.

• During stand-by-mode, the operational efficiency is up to 96% better than other garage door openers.

• A programmable light timer allows for the opener lighting duration to be set between 30 seconds and 4.5 minutes, thereby illuminating the garage only when needed.

• An integrated energy management system with active sleep mode provides on demand operation without delays.

Saving Energy, Money and the Environment one Garage Door at a Time


September 21, 2012

We All Do It

We all do it...

We avoid the dentist - postpone the oil change - ignore the warning light. It's just something we all do and often, we get away with it. Nothing seriously bad happens... until it does.

Unfortunately, this is the nature of the garage door. We never think about it until something goes wrong.
It won't open, or close, when we need it the most. But nothing too much worse can happen right????

Well, sometimes very serious things happen. Doors fall on cars or worse yet kids. The picture below is a great example of a very serious result of ignoring the balky garage door. The customer ignored the sound their opener made every time they opened the door. They didn't think about it... and, they almost burned their house down.


Please, pay attention to that garage door and opener. Please call a professional and have your door inspected and tuned-up (just like your car) every year or so. It will run better, smoother. safer and last longer.

We know you won't regret it.

Call us in Seattle, Salt Lake, Tucson, Spokane

September 17, 2012

We get this question a lot!

We talk with lots and lots of homeowners about their garage doors and any needed repairs, and we get this question a lot... How do your replacement parts compare to typical replacement parts??
Let's start with quality. Precision Garage Door parts are designed for a long trouble free life, they are commercial grade and the highest quality parts available in the garage door industry today.

What about longevity? Our Springs are rated to last 4 times longer than typical springs and our rollers are designed to last 10 times longer than the typical roller.

What about Cost?  Yes Precision parts do cost a little more...maybe 10% more, but when compared with the typical...we call it great value.

Available in: Seattle - Salt Lake - Spokane - Tucson

September 6, 2012

Creating Curb Appeal on a Budget

Originally Posted by amarrgaragedoors

Resale value is often a major factor when deciding to make home improvements. Both structural and decorative curb appeal are important features to consider. But home improvement projects can be expensive, and many homeowners are still weary about spending money on renovations. So what’s the best way to spruce up the appearance of your house without breaking the bank?
There are many budget-friendly exterior projects that can increase curb appeal.
■A fresh coat of paint can work wonders, whether it’s applied to the entire house or just on the front door. If your house is painted a neutral color like white or cream, be adventurous and try an energizing red or soothing aqua on your front door; the pop of color will add appealing interest.

■While a landscaping overhaul can be very expensive, window boxes or planters are an easy and cost-effective way to add natural beauty to your home’s fa├žade.

■Do your windows look bare? Try adding shutters for added style, but make sure they are appropriately-sized. Buying shutters that are smaller than the windows they flank is an all-too-common mistake homeowners make, causing windows to look disproportionately small.

■If you have a garage, don’t overlook the importance of a good-looking garage door. According to the 2011 Cost vs. Value Report by Remodeling Magazine, garage door replacement continues to stand as a valuable, cost-efficient home improvement project. Garage door replacement ranks as the #4 midrange exterior project, recovering 71.9% of the cost invested.

A garage door can account for up to thirty percent of a home’s exterior seen from the street, so having an attractive design is vital to good curb appeal. But, like shutters to a window, a garage door should be appropriately matched to its house’s architectural style. There are all kinds of styles available today, from authentic carriage house to traditional to modern aluminum designs. Don’t let budget constraints keep you from improving the appearance of your home’s exterior. There are many low-cost ways to improve your home’s curb appeal.

Check our styles here: Seattle - Salt Lake - Spokane - Tucson