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Do all automatic garage door openers come with auto-reverse feature?
Federal law requires all new garage door openers since 1993 to have built-in auto-reverse feature. The garage door is the biggest moving part in a home is a popular cliché. It’s true though, and you don’t want to get caught under such massive doors. So if you have a really old pre-1993 opener, it is time to upgrade.
What are the various garage door types?
The other common types, beside pull-up sectional doors, are swing doors, folding doors, roll-up doors, Carriage House doors, and the traditional one-panel tilt-up doors. Roll-up doors are flimsy-looking steel doors with a commercial feel. Swing doors swing open like French doors, except in this case they would swing open only. Folding doors either fold up or come in two pieces that fold and slide aside. Carriage House doors replicate the original carriage houses.
Do I have to replace my whole sectional garage door if only one panel is damaged?
No, you wouldn’t need to replace the whole garage door. If just one panel is damaged or broken, only that particular panel needs to be replaced. This does need to be done as soon as possible, though. A faulty panel is not just aesthetically unappealing, it can seriously and impact the condition and functionality of the rest of your door.