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Martin Door is offering FREE Remove & Haul of Old Garage Doors and Tracks

On All New Double Wide Steel Back Insulated Garage Doors

That’s an $80.00 Value

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Clopay’s Modern Steel Door Available At Martin Door

If you’re looking for a beautiful, contemporary garage door that’s built to last, you’ll want to take a look at Clopay’s Modern Steel Door™ Collection. These doors can add sophistication and curb appeal to any home and are available in a variety of options.

Clopay’s Modern Steel Doors™ are durable steel-panel garage doors, so they’re not only great looking, but they’re constructed to last a long time, making them as economical as they are beautiful.

Learn more about Clopay’s Modern Steel Doors, available at Martin Door:

CONSTRUCTION OVERVIEW

  • Available in 3, 2 or 1-layer steel and insulation construction options.
  • Garage door insulation options include 2″ or 1-3/8″ Intellicore® polyurethane, 2″, 1-3/8″, 1-5/16″ or 7/8″ polystyrene.
  • Insulated door R-values range from 4.4 to 18.4.
  • The steel skins are protected by the use of a tough, layered coating system, which includes a hot-dipped galvanized layer and baked-on primer and top coat.
  • WINDCODE® reinforcement product available for high wind load applications. (Click for details)
  • Learn more about Modern Steel™ construction.

DESIGN OVERVIEW

  • Available as either a flush or grooved steel panel design.
  • Steel surface textures vary by model and paint surface. See chart here for more details
  • 13 factory finish options available, including Ultra-Grain® wood-look finishes.
  • Many glass and window size options available including insulated, frosted, and long and short designs.
  • Optional window grilles can be removed for easy cleaning.
  • Learn more about Modern Steel™ design.

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Martin Door & Window Carries Amarr Garage Doors!

Martin Door & Window Carries Amarr Garage Doors!

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Martin Door & Window Carries Amarr Garage Doors!

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Martin Door & Window is proud to carry Amarr Garage Doors! 

If you’re looking for a beautiful garage door at an affordable price, take a look at our full line of Amarr Doors.  Want to learn more? Contact the team at Martin Door & Window and we’ll help you choose the perfect garage door by Amarr for your home or business. 

Garage Storage Tips | Martin Door

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Your garage is much more than a place to keep your car safe from the elements. It’s also a perfect place to store items that are better left out of the house. With a little organization help, you can transform your garage into a place to store anything from sports equipment to tool and cleaning supplies. 

Check out this great article for ways to make the most out of one of the most important and useful places on your property: your garage! 

8 Tips for a Supremely Organized Winter Garage

Winter Garage Door Tips | Martin Door

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Garage doors have a tough job during the winter. With freezing temperatures, strong winds and damaging precipitation, garage doors can take a beating all winter long. To help keep your residential or commercial garage doors in good condition and free from drafts, try these winter garage door tips for maintenance and troubleshooting.

Examine Moving Parts

The rollers, tracks and springs are especially susceptible to extreme cold. As you look over these moving parts, it is very important to be careful around the torsion springs and cables. You do not want to adjust the tension on the springs because the garage door could malfunction and physically hurt you. If you do have defective rollers or broken springs, be sure to contact a professional to repair these parts.

Inspect the Lubrication

With low winter temperatures, grease and oil tend to thicken and cause your garage door to run roughly. To help keep these parts clean, you can gently wipe any grease build-up off the rollers and tracks. In addition, it is helpful to apply a high-grade white lithium grease lubricant spray on the rollers, bearings, hinges and springs.    

Check the Garage Door Insulation

To keep your garage door warm, you should check the garage door weather strips for proper sealing. When water freezes around the bottom of a closed garage door, the seal can rip or peel away when the door is opened. You may have an expensive heating bill or unwanted pests if the garage door strips are damaged. As much as possible, keep your garage door clear of ice and snow to prevent any damaged weather stripping.

Evaluate Garage Door Windows

If your garage doors have windows, you should also check the window seals for any peeling or cracks. Obviously, damaged window seals will need to be replaced, but the window’s frame and glass may need to be fixed as well. 

Clean the Door’s Exterior

You may find debris or salty build-up on your garage door’s exterior during a severe winter. By cleaning off the outside of your garage door with a suitable cleaning product, you can prevent rust, or surface damage.

Test Remote Control Batteries

Cold weather also has an adverse effect on batteries. If your remote control garage door opener seems sluggish or spotty, be sure to replace the batteries right away so you are not left out in the cold.

These garage door tips are easy to perform but could help a lot in keeping your garage dry and in good condition this winter. If you need help with your residential and commercial garage doors in the St. Louis metro area, be sure to contact Martin Garage Door & Window for assistance.

Top 5 reasons to call a garage door service and repair professional | Martin Door

Friday, September 16, 2016

If your garage door isn’t working correctly, don’t try to find the problem and fix it yourself. Not only is do-it-yourself garage door repair unsafe, it can also be more costly than having it done by garage door professionals if you don’t get it right the first time. And most garage door repairs can e done quickly by a garage door technician, saving you stress and hassle. 

Below are the top five reasons to call a garage door service and repair professional. If your garage door is showing any of these signs, give Martin Door & Window a call. We promise fast, expert service for all of your garage door needs. 

Your electric garage door opener runs but the door doesn’t seem to move.

This usually happens because the emergency release is disconnected or the opener gear is stripped. In both cases, a garage door repair from a professional is necessary. 

The remote controls or keyless entry isn’t working when you use your electric opener,  so your garage door won’t go up or down.

When this happens, the solution could be as simple as changing the battery. In other cases, the remote or keyless entry is faulty or you have a bad receiver board in the opener. A garage door technician can diagnose the problem quickly and offer a solution.   

Your garage door goes up about 6 inches and goes back down.

This is a common problem – and usually a broken spring is to blame.  The good news, however, is that it is usually a quick repair.  Don’t attempt to fix a broken garage door spring on your own because it can result in injury. 

Your garage door is making a loud popping noise. 

That sound you are hearing could be caused by steel door sections that are cracked and weak, or the track is bent. You could also have some broken hinges/bad rollers.

Your garage door won’t go down.

The garage door safety photocells are likely misaligned or dirty, A loose wire or object blocking the path of the safety photocells are also possible causes. 

If you’re experiencing one of these problems with your garage door, call the team at Martin Door & Window. We can have your garage door working again in no time.