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Business Listing   Pacific Coast Overhead Doors - Antioch, CA - Phone: 1 (925) 754-8393


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Helpful Definition for: Garage Doors & Openers

Antioch has garage doors and openers available for sale and installation. A garage is a separate or attached building with the residence that is used for keeping vehicles. It can also partly function as a storage space for vehicle related equipment such as jacks and spare tires. It usually has a side door by which one can enter and exit with the vehicle. The door can be controlled electronically by a motorized device, or by remote from inside the vehicle. A range of openers of various brands may be available, as well as brands for the door itself. You can first obtain an estimate for your entire installation project. The work is then carried out by experienced, licensed garage door and garage door opener installation professionals. Over the years, a number of improvements have been made to the design of an opener, such as switching on courtesy lights in the garage as the door opens, remote lockout which swicthed off the receiver when you're away for holidays, wireless keypads, key chain remotes, and solenoid-operated deadbolts for the door lock. The doors and openers installed in Antioch have to abide by the safety specifications put in force nationwide (a quick release mechanism in case the opener sticks or doesn't work). These can be installed for both residential and commercial properties.

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