Save on Utility Bills with Energy Efficient Garage Doors

Is your garage attached to your house? Is your garage hot in the summer and cold in the winter? If you answered “yes” to both of these questions, your garage may be increasing the cost of your utility bills.  Don’t worry — DistribuDoors can help. Garage doors are opened every day, so naturally there are going to be temperature fluctuations.  But it’s the energy efficiency of the door when closed that really matters. An insulated garage door can help stabilize temperatures in your garage.  In fact, a new, energy efficient garage door can reduce energy loss through the garage by up to 71%.  We invite you to upgrade to energy efficient doors, to save money on utility costs by reducing energy loss. Our Clopay® garage doors feature Int... Read more

How to Manually Open Your Garage Door During a Power Outage

Several times in the past month, thousands of Seattle homes have been without power due to high winds. If you find yourself without power, your automatic garage door will not open on its own. You may not want to go out…but you certainly do not want to be locked in. Here’s how to open your garage door manually: red-door-pull NOTE for Step 1: Disconnect the garage door opener when the garage door is in the closed position, not when it’s open. 1. Pull the emergency cord to disconnect the door from the garage door opener. The cord usually has a red handle and will hang down from the center rail of th... Read more