AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors

AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors
AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors is listed in the Garage Doors category in Honolulu, Hawaii. Displayed below is the only current social network for AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors is:
1255 Koko Head Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816
(808) 395-6776

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AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that AAA Alliance Overhead Garage Doors has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Honolulu, Hawaii is 32 and in the Garage Doors category is 17. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Make sure to put some bug repellent around you garage door motor. These people house almost burnt down because of one.

It’s a fact: I don’t like to pay someone else to do something that I can do better. Well, at least that’s the theory. The reality is that I’m cheap, and I hate to let my money go on long trips without me. So, I often repair things that I should never mess with, just to save a few bucks. A classic example of my penny-pinching foolishness dates from about 1986, when I tried to repair my own garage door. I didn’t have a fancy automatic garage door back then. I just had a manual unit: drive up, get out, lift the door, get back in, drive in, get out, close the door. Everything was fine with my little garage door, but I felt that it could be a tad easier to lift. So, I decided to adjust the spring tensioning mechanism myself. Who needs a professional, right? Mull on that last line for a few minutes… Garage doors are heavy, and without the springs, all you’ve got is dead weight — too heavy to lift. To adjust the door, I had to tinker with the spring coiling components — it’s the coiling process that makes the door easier to maneuver. When I reached what I thought was the ideal balance of tension and torque, I lifted the door. It went up nicely. So far, so good, I thought. I made a few more tweaks and then lowered the door. That was a mistake. As I lowered the door, all the spring support went completely slack. Suddenly, I had 300 pounds of wood crashing down on me. I slowed the door’s descent a bit, but it wasn’t enough. The door fell with a crash, and my left hand was mashed to the ground — pinned between the door and the concrete floor. I couldn’t budge the door an inch, and since it was well into the nighttime — and I was in pain — I had to holler and yell to be "rescued." No man ever likes to be rescued. It’s just not dignified. To this day, I still like to repair things, but I’ve learned my lesson about messing with spring-loaded slabs of wood at nighttime. My hand healed nicely, and I eventually got over the indignity of being rescued. But, no matter how much I might be tempted, I’ll never take a wrench to a coiled-up spring again. Words to live by… with an emphatic emphasis on "live." David McCoy, a notorious storyteller and proud Yellow Jacket, lives in Conyers, can be reached at

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