Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
United Overhead Door Corp offers the below tips
for your Garage Door s...
Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
Visually inspect your garage door every month
 Be up to date on how t...
Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
Do not attempt to do repairs yourself
 Never attempt to remove, adjus...
Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
Check garage door opener mechanism regularly
 Test your garage door’s...
Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
Do not leave garage door partially open
 Do not leave the garage door...
Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
 Never leave the remote control in the car or with a parking
attendan...
Phone No: 1-800-874-3667
Email: info@uniteddoor.com
Phone number: 1-800-874-3667
Website: http://uniteddoor.com/
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Guide to garage door safety

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United Overhead Door Corp offers the tips for your Garage Door safety.Visually inspect your garage door each month. Look at the springs, cables, rollers and pulleys for signs of wear. If any of these components appear damaged, contact a qualified garage door professional for inspection or garage door repair.For more information, visit http://uniteddoor.com/ or email at info@uniteddoor.com. You can also call at 800.874.3667 , Fax:914.964.0964

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Guide to garage door safety

  1. 1. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com
  2. 2. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com United Overhead Door Corp offers the below tips for your Garage Door safety  Mount the garage door control buttons out of reach of small children (at least 5 ft from the floor), and where you have a clear view of the door.  Don’t let children play with garage door remote controls. Clearly explain to children that the remote controls are not a toy.
  3. 3. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com Visually inspect your garage door every month  Be up to date on how to use the door’s emergency-release feature. The owner’s manual provides instructions.  Visually inspect your garage door each month. Look at the springs, cables, rollers and pulleys for signs of wear. If any of these components appear damaged, contact a qualified garage door professional for inspection or garage door repair.
  4. 4. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com Do not attempt to do repairs yourself  Never attempt to remove, adjust or repair cables and springs, or anything to which these parts are attached or fastened.  A trained door system technician using proper tools and instruction must make repairs and adjustments. These parts are under high tension and can cause serious injury if not handled properly.
  5. 5. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com Check garage door opener mechanism regularly  Test your garage door’s opener reversing mechanism monthly by placing a 2x4 board or a roll of paper towels in the door’s path.  If the door does not reverse after contacting the object, refer to your owner’s manual and call a qualified garage door professional for repair.
  6. 6. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com Do not leave garage door partially open  Do not leave the garage door partially open. When activated again, it may travel downward and come in contact with an object in its path. This also impacts your home’s security as well.  While on vacation, unplug the garage door opener unit or use a vacation lock console security switch, which renders remotes unusable and is an optional accessory to most openers.
  7. 7. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com  Never leave the remote control in the car or with a parking attendant. Consider using a key chain remote and always lock the entry to the inside of your home – especially if your opener is programmed to your vehicle. It is a small inconvenience for safety and security.  Never place fingers between door sections and explain the dangers to children. If you have small children, consider a door with panels that can’t pinch.
  8. 8. Phone No: 1-800-874-3667 Email: info@uniteddoor.com Phone number: 1-800-874-3667 Website: http://uniteddoor.com/ Email: info@uniteddoor.com Fax: 914-964-0964 Address: 21 Saw Mill River Road,Yonkers, N.Y. 10701 Contact Us
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