• 1.Tri State Distributor

    4210 Wheeler Rd

    Augusta,GA

    8.21 mi

  • 2.Tri-State Distributors Inc

    1811 Wilkinson Rd

    Augusta,GA

    3.50 mi

  • 3.Tri-State Distributors

    1825 Gordon Hwy

    Augusta,GA

    3.56 mi

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03/22/2014
By: augustadoc12
Georgia Subcontracting
I am an engineer and let Bo and his team build my home. He is quite knowledgeable and versed in the technical aspects of homebuilding. He could easily discuss with me in engineering terms and lay knowledge with my wife. He gave us generous allowances and we are so pleased that we choose him.
06/10/2015
By: Michael S.
Augusta Speed Shop
Great shop with tons of capabilities: welding, fabrication, repair, powder coating, anodizing, etc. They helped me out with a big restoration project in many ways. Honest and fair, would definitely recommend to anyone!
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08/07/2017
By: Steve Y.
Augusta Overhead Door
The very best in the CSRA for on time quality and reasonable affordable service. Tony is very thorough and spot on
Tips & Advices
Monthly, carefully observe the door as you open and close it. If you hear or see anything unusual, take a closer look. The regular motion could loosen up some of the hardware, so take a few minutes to tighten everything up. Also, be sure that tracks, tires, and other moving parts are lubricated. If your door is painted, make sure it isn't chipped or peeling. Deteriorating paint on a wooden door could let moisture in, which leads to warped doors, while a steel door could rust.
On average, a new garage door installation will cost around $1,000. Most homeowners end up paying somewhere between $740 and $1,400, including the installation and the door itself.
It depends. For someone who tackles home improvement projects, installing a garage door might be a viable do-it-yourself project. An experienced wood or metal worker can install with the right materials, tools, and knowledge. Someone less experienced should contact a professional. Depending on the size, a door could weigh as much as 200 pounds, though some smaller or uninsulated ones could be less than 100 pounds.
If you begin to notice this around a change in seasons, check the lubricant on the tracks. Weather patterns will affect lubricant's effectiveness. Dirt or debris on the tracks could also be the cause; make sure they're clear and clean. If the tracks look fine, make sure the doors are hung evenly.
It could mean your tracks are either dented, falling, or otherwise misaligned. Misaligned or damaged tracks can cause the door to cease working or fall off its tracks. If your door is stuck, slanted, or looks unstable, call a professional who will have the right tools to fix the problem.

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