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Schemes like this are just a ripoff. Do you really think an insurance company is going to be able fix stuff in your home? You are just "talking to the hand". If the $100 or whatever it is for a new controller is that important to you, I would recommend calling Wayne Dalton's customer service at (800) 827-3667 and asking for a replacement. I will bet you ...
Anything with sensitive electronics is more susceptible to damage due to power surges. Receptacles don't have any electronics (unless they're GFCI or AFCI receptacles), and it's doubtful that a shop light has any either. If a surge is not large enough to trip the magnetic protection, or long enough to trip the thermal protection, then the breaker will not ...
Typically frame the opening to the size of the door, that is 16-0 18-0 door requires an 16-0 18-0 RO. But you can also check your manufacturers installation instructions or talk with your garage door sub or supplier to verify.
If it hasn't seen a lot of foot or car traffic yet, you can just sweep/vac to get it clean enough for the floor paint. If it has any grime on it, then mopping and sucking up the water with a shop vac is the way to go.
I'd say you've got the first big issue figured out, which is that you need to install an electrical subpanel and it sounds like you'll have a pro install that, so it will be properly installed (ground and neutral isolated, adequate conductors, etc). You could probably get away with a 70A service in the sub panel, but why not go for 100A, just for future ...
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