Safe-Way Commercial Garage Doors

Quality and performance make Safe-Way Commercial Garage Doors the wise investment for your business. Crafted with heavy-duty hardware and durable materials, these workhorses are built for maximum security, strength, and low-maintenance. Our commercial garage doors are available in many different sizes and styles in wood, aluminum, insulated steel, and non-insulated steel models. View our many[…]

More Than Garage Doors

Thought American Overhead Door only did garage doors? Well check out the 700 Series Rolling Grille by Asta Door. Type: Lift Ready Rolling Grilles to be provided by Asta Door Corporation Operation: Manual operation or optional chain hoist operation or optional motor operation. Mounting: To be interior face mounted or between jamb mounted on a[…]

Garage Door Openers Options by LiftMaster

Their Elite Series® will make you rethink what’s possible in a Garage Door Opener. With a full-suite of innovative features including smartphone control, Battery Backup and advanced security features, these openers will give you peace of mind that your garage is always safe and secure. One of the options in this series is:   Elite[…]

Safety Tip

LiftMaster’s Professional Garage Door Opener Surge Protector safely protects the entire garage door opener system, including AC power line, control panel and photo eyes from most power surges and lightning strikes. It can be used with LiftMaster garage door openers manufactured from 1994 to present. The LiftMaster’s Professional Garage Door Opener Surge Protector provides 5-[…]

So what’s the harm of a little bit of rattling?

Even when the brackets or fasteners are just a little bit loose, it can affect the distribution of the stresses your door experiences while in operation, which can accelerate the wear of other parts. No reason to allow something small to become something big. Not to mention, loose parts can easily become real safety hazards.[…]

Torsion Spring Maintenance

How can spreading oil over torsion springs make them work any better or longer you ask? Well, as a door raises and lowers the torsion spring coils and uncoils, rubbing against itself. Oil reduces the friction for slower wear and smoother door operation. Furthermore, it reduces the rust that can actually bind older springs and[…]

Why is grease a bad idea?

Rollers are supposed to do just that- roll. Grease is thick and will trap particles, which cause the rollers to slide instead of roll. In time, they can actually become worn flat on one side. That’s why we use a synthetic lubricant made especially for your door.   To find out more about how we[…]

Garage Door Maintenance: What WE Can Do!

8 things WE can do to keep up your garage door maintenance: 1.) Customized your maintenance schedule. 2.) Closely inspect all cables and rollers to detect any fraying or sticking. 3.) Conduct tests on drums and sheave wheels. 4.) Lubricate all moving parts of the door, including rollers and bearings and even the torsion springs. 5.)[…]