The Genie Company Announces New Model 3020 Garage Door Opener

Posted 11/18/2016

MOUNT HOPE, OhioNov. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Genie Company announces the introduction of its latest garage door opener, the Model 3020.

The Model 3020 opener features battery backup capability, which allows homeowners to have the choice of whether or not to include it with their opener purchase. Many realize the importance of being able to operate the garage door in a power outage, and a battery backup can add safety and convenience at a potentially stressful time. However, consumers who do not need the battery backup can purchase the opener without it, yet have the option to easily add the battery backup later if they change their mind.

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10 Garage Door Safety Tips

Posted 6/30/2016

Garages are great for a whole range of reasons—storage, home projects, play—but, for all of those reasons, they can also pose safety and security challenges. Through the International Door Association (IDA) and the Door and Access Systems Manufacturers Association (DASMA), the Overhead Door Corporation has prepared this list of garage door safety tips for keeping everyone and everything safe and secure.

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Product Recall:Genie screw drive garage door openers

Posted 3/2/2014

From The Genie Company website. http://www.geniecompany.com/recall.aspx

The reliability and safety of our products is of utmost importance to Genie. We are committed to ensuring our products are among the best in the market for safety and reliability, and that includes setting high standards for quality control and thoroughly investigating any reported issues. We want our products to be enjoyed in your home for years to come. For more information about safe operation and maintenance of your Genie garage door and opener, please go to: Safety Center

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A Complete Guide to Liftmaster Garage Door Openers

Posted 7/6/2013

A Complete Guide to Liftmaster Garage Door Openers

By Ophelia N. Sesame

There is lots of information on the web about the Liftmaster brand. One of the best places to start is at the company's website. However, the basic and most essential info from their customer help section has been summarized for you below. To learn even more details about the brand, please visit and explore the site.

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New Garage Door Considerations

Posted 6/7/2013

By Jeff Wiegner

Depending on the size of your home, a garage door can represent between 30 and 40 percent of the exterior of your home. This means choosing and installing the right garage door is an important decision, not only in terms of cost, but in terms of appearance and functionality.

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Ideas for a New Garage Door Installation

Posted 6/7/2013

By Mohit M Jain

If you plan on having a new garage door installed, the recommendation that you will hear the most is to make sure you have professionals do the job for you. Most companies will limit their warranty if you carry out the installation yourself. Even though you may have done similar installation work previously in your life, you may want to read the fine print of any guarantee/warranty. Besides, wouldn't you feel better knowing that your garage door was installed properly by a company with proven skills? If anything were to go wrong (which it probably will not), does it not feel good knowing that you got things covered.

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Top 7 Things To Look For An Electronic Door Opener

Posted 4/30/2013

Submitted by: William F. Gabriel

Are you looking for an electronic garage door opener for your home? If you are, then here are several things that you should consider and look out for during your search to make sure that you land with the best there is in the market.

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4 Hot Tips For Getting A Garage Door

Posted 4/26/2013

Submitted by: Steve Dolan


What Kind of Garage Door should I buy?

When looking for a garage door, you notice that there are two major designs: tilt-up doors and sectional roll-up doors. Sectional roll-up doors are more expensive than tilt-up doors, but the extra cost is well worth it.

Tilt-up doors consist of a single panel of material. To open the door, you have to pull it out and pivot it up to slide it along the roof of your garage. Sectional roll-up doors, on the other hand, are made of a number of horizontal sections. Each section is hinged to the next section, allowing the door a certain degree of flexibility. Because the door is mounted on rollers, to open a sectional roll-up door you just have to lift the door and it will roll into place along the roof of your garage.

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Need a New Garage Door

Posted 4/26/2013

Submitted by: Ellie Lewis


You came home late from the sales convention, you did a great job getting many new generated leads—and you are heading home. And even though you trust your neighbors, well, it is awful dark out there. So you pull up to the driveway and the last thing you want to do is get out of the car to open the garage door. You can search the term, “garage door” or “garage door repair” to find listings online.

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The flu and what to do.

Posted 1/27/2013

Guess we all had it at some point in our life. Some more sever then others and some more often than others, but most people will like to do without it. What can we do to avoid getting the flu? First defense is getting you flu shot, keep a distance to people with the flu and wash your hands often. Be aware of what you touch and where, if in doubt clean it out.

Now I got the flu. Stay at home is the key, get all the rest in the world, stay warm, take steamy shower, drink your favorite hot drink and blow your nose often rather than sniffling, don’t worry you are sick so it’s OK, and do it right, press a finger over one nostril while you blow gently to clear the other.

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