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With the variety of garage openers available today, how to choose garage opener may be considered to be a confusing task. People usually ask local experts like garage door experts abc to find out heir best options. However, one of the main considerations based on this decision should be based on the type of drive that is associated with the belt, chain as well as the mechanism that operates the door. In certain instances, the motor and its horsepower output may be important but more for industrial and commercial settings. Below are a few top tips you can use to choose the right garage-door opener for your needs.


The Drive Options


Chain-drive openers are typically the more cost-

Effective choice and are considered to be the more durable and popular openers available today. These types of drivers make use of metal chains on sprockets that will lower and lift the door. These chain openers tend to be a more affordable option, but, the strength along with the affordability factors are opposed by the noise these garage openers make.


The chain drives have been suggested for use in garage doors that are heavy as well as heavily insulated, one-piece wooden doors and oversized doors. The upgraded models are now available with chain-separators that assist in stopping the chain from making a noise against a track and have the ability to decrease the chain drive noises.


Screw-drive Openers


Another useful tip on how to choose garage opener would be a screw drive that consists of a metal rod that is threaded just like-a-screw to close and lift the door. Due to the fact that there are minimal moving parts, the screw-drive is usually a reliable option to consider. If the noise of a garage opener is of great concern to you, then the screw-drive option is rated as the middle in the pack. These are not as quiet as a direct or belt drive, but are far quieter than a chain drive.

These screw-drives require more maintenance when compared to the additional types. Regardless of having less moving parts, the metal, threaded rod meshes against a section on the drive that has plastic teeth that catch this threading. Without the correct lubrication, the rod wears out on the teeth and eventually strips the rod.


The garage door type that you own is another important consideration. If you have a one-piece wooden door the strain will easily wear the inner works and teeth on the drive. This means that the screw-drives are more effective with single garage or steel doors.


Belt Drive Openers


These openers utilize a rubber-like or rubber belt positioned on cogs to close and open the door. Due to the fact that these openers do not have metal parts, it has been regarded as the softest option available.


You may find that certain openers will open faster when compared to others, but every garage door will close at 7” in a second that is related to a safety requirement feature. In order to stop accidental damage or injury, every garage door opener must feature a reversing-mechanism that will be activated when the beam has been interrupted.

New Building

We asked for some recommendations on a few of the issues with the new building, and we want to say thanks to Amanda who recommended the Air Repair Pros to fix our air conditioning. This company is amazing. They were able to get us an appointment on the same day that we called them, but we waited until the following day since it was not an emergency. They gave us a call before showing up to alert us that they were coming so that we would have a staff member ready to show them around the place. They provided a diagnostic inspection for an extremely cheap price. After he diagnosed the issue, he came back to us and explained the problem thoroughly. He gave us a quote of the approximate price, which we accepted, and he took the diagnostic inspection price off of our total charge!

The Air Repair Pros

He was able to get our system back on line quickly, and without much hassle. It turned out that we had a broken belt, which he was able to replace easily. The system is getting old, as even though this is our “new” building, we just mean it is new to us. However, after having the floors replaced and our air conditioning back up and running, it feels plenty new to us! Our offices are finally starting to look like offices again. Everything is back in its place.

If you haven’t stopped by and visited the new building yet, please do so! We would be happy to show you around. Also, please remember that the deadline for submitting your graduation papers is approaching. Be sure to fill it out and get it in before the deadline to make sure that you walk on graduation day with the rest of your class. This is extremely important!

We sure are glad to have our air conditioning working. It was starting to get a little too warm in our offices. We want to thank the Air Repair Pros once again, and please show them your support as well if your home’s air conditioning needs any sort of repair. The Air Repair Pros proved what excellent customer service can really mean. Now I see why you recommended them Amanda! Consider this as a glowing review from us as well!



Home schooled students typically score between 15 and 30 percentile points above public school students on standardized academic achievement tests.

The amount of students in home education is close to 2,500,000 and growing 2-8% every year.

Home schooled students are about 9% more likely to graduate college.

Do we have your attention now?

We strongly believe that home education is a great route, if both the parent and child put in the necessary effort. Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap. Galations 6:7-9.

Every state allows you to homeschool your children. However, each state has different rules and regulations. Your child may still have to take a required curriculum, or they may have to take standardized testing. Please consult your state’s Board of Education for more information.

Many school districts will help support you and other home schoolers, by providing textbooks, or rooms to meet in. There is almost always at least one home schooling network in every county. These networks can help you by allowing you to meet with other home educators and swap information and compare lesson plans. The children can meet and gain more social interaction to improve their lives. These networks are a powerful tool, please take advantage of them when you can.

One of the biggest advantage of home education, is the ability to add or change the curriculum. While there are certain standards that a student must meet, there are also varying degrees of flexibility. For instance, one of our students started White Glove Windshields, a windshield replacement company, and is very successful. He started learning skills while studying at home. Many “blue collar” careers are lucrative and something to be proud of. We highly encourage parents to pursue varying arrays of subjects.

There are even online classes and curriculum that can help get you started with home education. Many top colleges such as Harvard and MIT have what they call “opencourseware”, where you can access recorded lessons straight from their classes. You can give your child an ivy league education for free! There are also many other programs available to help you keep your child on track. That is one of the benefits of home education: Your child can learn at their pace. If they are falling behind in an area, you can change the teaching method. If they are excelling in another area, you can give them more coursework and keep them interested.

If you are interested in starting home education with your child, please contact us today, and we will be happy to help you get the ball rolling, and you child on a path to greatness.

New Building

Well our new building is finally ready after all this time! The hardwood floors were installed by The Flooring Pro Guys, and they did a fantastic job, so here is a shout out to them. The installation was quick and went really smoothly. They were able to work around our schedule and get it done before we moved in. We really appreciate the hard work that this team put into our building. Please show them your appreciation and support; if you are interested in new flooring in your home, call and ask them for a quote and walk through. You won’t be disappointed. Our new floors are beautiful, and ready for everyone to enjoy!

We started moving all of our equipment in about a week ago, and we have our offices setup for the most part. We still have some issues that need to be addressed about the building, so please let us know if you can recommend anyone. Luckily, it hasn’t been too hot yet, so it is not an emergency. Our building is still quite comfortable, so please do come check us out.

Our current offices may change, so we do not have a directory listing just yet. If you have any trouble finding us, just give us a call and we can give you directions. If you are currently a member, we will send emails, as well as directory listings out as soon as we have them together. Please be patient with us as we make the switch over. If you have experience any delays in processing, rest assured that we are working out hardest to keep on top of things and keep everything up-to-date.

As we come closer to the end of the school year, remember to submit your qualifying education hours for approval. If you are graduating this year, please fill out 2016 Graduation Approval form before the end of April! This will ensure that you can walk with the rest of your class on graduation day. If you fail to submit your graduation approval form by the deadline, you will not walk with your class, and your diploma will be mailed to your home.


You can order your cap and gown on the 2016 Graduation Approval form as well. Please do not forget to indicate your sizing! If you submit your form by the deadline, you will have enough time to try on your gown, and if it does not fit, we can send it back for a different size.

To the parents: We are always proud of you for making the effort to improve your children’s lives through home schooling. After 18 years, it is time to celebrate! Enjoy reminiscing about your successes and failures. We know it is not always easy to educate your children, as they can put up quite the fight! However, it is always worth it in the end. However, we know it can be hard to let go after all these years. If you would like any sort of counseling, or if you need more information about college, please contact us and we will be happy to help! Congratulations on another great year!


Do you ever have doubt about your choice to home school your children? Do your children ever wonder why you chose this route? Well here is a list of famous people who just happen to be home schooled. You can bet that these folks have no qualms about homeschooling. It certainly takes effort to make it work, but it is worth it. From educators, to generals, to inventors, to artists, to presidents, to scientists, to statesmen, to United States supreme court judges, to Writers, to religious leaders, to constitutional convention delegates, and beyond, there is no shortage of those who have succeeded being home schooled. What a great opportunity and responsibility we have to teach our children ourselves, let us take advantage of it, and teach them well!

Frank Vandiver (President – Texas A&M)
Fred Terman (President – Stanford)
William Samuel Johnson (President Columbia)
John Witherspoon (President of Princeton)

Stonewall Jackson
Robert E. Lee
Douglas MacArthur
George Patton

Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Cyrus McCormick
Orville Wright & Wilbur Wright

Claude Monet
Leonardo da Vinci
Jamie Wyeth
Andrew Wyeth
John Singleton Copley

George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
John Quincy Adams
James Madison
William Henry Harrison
John Tyler
Abraham Lincoln
Theodore Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

George Washington Carver
Pierre Curie
Albert Einstein
Booker T. Washington
Blaise Pascal

Konrad Adenauer
Winston Churchill
Benjamin Franklin
Patrick Henry
William Penn
Henry Clay

United States Supreme Court Judges
John Jay
John Marshall
John Rutledge

Irving Berlin
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Anton Bruckner
Felix Mendelssohn
Francis Poulenc

Hans Christian Anderson
Charles Dickens
Brett Harte
Mark Twain
Sean O’Casey
Phyllis Wheatley
Mercy Warren
Pearl S. Buck
Agatha Christie
C. S. Lewis
George Bernard Shaw

Religious Leaders
Joan of Arc
Brigham Young
John & Charles Wesley
Jonathan Edwards
John Owen
William Cary
Dwight L. Moody
John Newton

Constitutional Convention Delegates

George Washington – First President of the United States
James Madison – Fourth President of the United States
John Witherspoon – President of Princeton University
Benjamin Franklin – Inventor and Statesman
William S. Johnson – President of Columbia College
George Clymer – United States Representative
Charles Pickney III – Governor of South Carolina
John Francis Mercer – United States Representative
George Wythe – Justice of Virginia High Court
William Blount – United States Senator
Richard D. Spaight – Governor of North Carolina
John Rutledge – Chief Justice of United States Supreme Court
William Livingston – Governor of New Jersey
Richard Basset – Governor of Delaware
William Houston – Lawyer
William Few – United States Senator
George Mason


Charles Chaplin – Actor
George Rogers Clark – Explorer
Andrew Carnegie – Industrialist
Noel Coward – Playwright
John Burroughs – Naturalist
Bill Ridell – Newspaperman
Will Rogers – Humorist
Albert Schweitzer – Physician
Tamara McKinney – World Cup Skier
Jim Ryan – World Runner
Ansel Adams – Photographer
Charles Louis Montesquieu – Philosopher
John Stuart Mill – Economist
John Paul Jones – Father of the American Navy
Florence Nightingale – Nurse
Clara Barton – Founder of the American Red Cross
Abigail Adams – Wife of John Adams
Martha Washington – Wife of George Washington

What makes you different than any of them? Nothing! You can do all that they did and more! Remember to always make learning fun, and give God the glory.


As we come to the close of another school year, we want to thank all of the parents out there who sincerely care about their children’s well-being. Without you, our children would grow up not knowing what it means to have someone to trust. Home educators, you make the world a better place, whether or not you realize it. Without you, we wouldn’t have the opportunity to serve.

We always take the time to stop and look back at what we have accomplished over the past year, and we suggest you do the same. Our biggest, most recent accomplishment was moving into the new building. Although it was a time-intensive project, it was really worth it. Just like the years of raising our kids and teaching them about life and the things they need to know, its all worth it. We encourage you to sit down and just talk with your kids. Look back on the past year. Ask them questions about what they thought about the experience, and what they hope to accomplish next year. Let them ask you the same questions. Trust us, it will be worth it.

Is your child interested in attending college? If so, do they know why they want to attend college? We think the answer to this question has a lot to do with whether a person will succeed and enjoy college, or regret the decision. We have guidance counselors available if you would like help discussing this, and all of your options for higher education. Remember, college is just one piece of a puzzle, and it may not fit into your puzzle! Please come by and see us anytime, and we can help you make some of those tougher decisions.

They say our children are our future. We believe that to be true, and home educators, you make the world a better place, one child at a time.

We couldn’t have done it without you!


We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only, infallible, authoritative Word of God.
We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit
We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, ascension to the right hand of the Father, and in His personal return in power and glory.
We believe that for the salvation of lost and sinful man, regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential and that this salvation is received through faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and not as a result of good works.
We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a godly life and to perform good works.
We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; they that are saved unto resurrection of Life; they that are lost unto the resurrection of damnation.
We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord, Jesus Christ.