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Consider getting an insulated garage door
It can be quite difficult to keep your entire house warm during the colder winter months and garage doors are notorious for allowing a lot of heat to escape. With the right insulation, your door can help you maintained a desired indoor temperature, which will help you save money on your monthly energy bills.
If you are going out of town, disconnect your opener
Potential burglars like breaking in through the garage because its door can have some exploitable vulnerabilities. If you need to go away for a few days, you should probably disconnect your opener from the power socket. This will make it impossible for anyone to use it in order to gain entrance into your garage, and sub sequentially, your home.
Pull out your spirit level and check your door
One of the things you should have on your garage door maintenance checklist is to check the position of the tracks using a spirit level. Your door often takes quite a beating and the tracks can loosen and become ever so slightly misaligned. A regular check with a spirit level will ensure your tracks are perfectly aligned, meaning your door can operate smoothly.