Broken Spring Repair

2" Gap in Broken torsion spring

2" Gap in Broken torsion spring

Are both of your garage door cables loose or appear to be broken? Did your garage door go up 6 inches and stop? If so, you probably have a broken garage door torsion spring. We carry the most common torsion and extension spring sizes on our service trucks and anything out of the ordinary can be cut to size or special ordered from our supplier.

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Cable Off / Door Off Track

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Most of the time when a garage door is off track, it looks a lot worse than it really is. Many of our customers automatically assume that their garage door needs to be replaced. While that may be the case some of the time, most garage doors can be repaired. If your rollers have come out of the track or your cable came off the drum, give us a call and we can get you back in business.

 

Bent or Damaged Panels

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Did the neighborhood kids use your garage door as a soccer goal? Did you hit your garage door with the tow hitch on your truck? We have seen it all. Let us take a look at your garage door so we can give you some options on replacing your damaged panels. If your specific garage door panels are no longer available, we can discuss other repair options or a possible full replacement.

 

Tune-Ups

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The garage door is the largest moving object in your home, not to mention the most frequently used. Schedule an appointment with us today for your garage door tune-up. Preventative maintenance will help reduce those unexpected costly repairs down the road and increase the life of your garage door and opener.

 

Roller Replacement

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Garage door rollers are like tires on a car. The more you use them, the sooner they will need to be replaced. New rollers for garage doors will help improve the overall operation of your garage door and opener. If you feel you have the standard builder grade plastic rollers, or your garage door sounds like a train on the tracks, give us a call and we can install nylon ball bearing rollers for super quiet operation.

 

Spring Adjustments

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Over time, garage door springs can weaken or even slip on the shaft which can cause strain on your garage door opener. In most cases, adjustments can be made to help compensate for this loss in pulling power. Adjusting springs on a garage door should only be performed by a professional. Extreme caution is to be exercised when installing or adjusting any type of garage door spring. Call us today to schedule an appt. for us to come out and make any necessary adjustments on your garage door to help extend the life of your opener or more importantly, your back.

 

Torsion Spring Conversion

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Does your garage door have the springs mounted to each side of the door utilizing pulleys to open and close the door? These are most commonly referred to as extension springs. While they are a common option, they are more dangerous and finicky to operate than your standard torsion spring that is mounted above the door. Let us come out and take a look at your set up so we can give you some options on converting your system.

 

Garage Door Reinforcement

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Many garage doors today can get weak in the center from years of opening and closing. As they weaken, they tend to generate a crack in the middle of the door section causing it to lose its original integrity and rigidity. If your door has started to buckle or sag when you open and close it, let us show you an affordable option to reinforce your damaged sections that will give you years of reliable service.

 

Garage Door Replacement

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If all repair options have been exhausted, it might be time to look at investing in a new garage door. We have options available ranging from your standard garage door to custom wood and metal garage doors that will please the most discerning of buyers.

 

Program Remotes / Keypads

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Programming remotes on some garage door openers can be very easy while others may require a four- year education. Over time, some openers may lose their connection with the remotes that were previously programmed into the circuit board. This can be caused by a dead battery in the remote or the circuit board might decide to kick out the code on its own. Either way, the remotes or keypad will have to be re-programmed to the garage door opener. If you are having a similar issue or if you just need extra remotes, give us a call today. We stock the most common garage door opener remotes on our service trucks.

 

Clear Opener Memory / Start Fresh

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A garage door opener remote is a lot like a key to the front door of your house. If you have recently moved into a new home and it has an existing garage door opener, you will need to clear the circuit board and re-program the garage door opener remotes and the outdoor wireless keypad. This ensure's you that any remotes or wireless keypad codes that were programmed into your opener by the previous owners or tenants will no longer work. If you are uncomfortable re-programming your remotes, contact us and we can come out and provide that service for you.

 

Circuit Board Replacement

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The circuit board is the brain of a garage door opener. While most circuit boards last for years, some do go out due to lightning strikes and power surges. A bad circuit board can show symptoms in many different ways. This can be one of the hardest repairs to diagnose especially if your trying to do a process of elimination. Circuit board replacement is not cheap so many times we like to give the homeowner the option of replacing the whole unit instead of investing heavily in an opener that might have other issues as well.

 

Safety Sensor Replacement

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If you are having intermittent issues with your garage door closing, you might have safety sensors that are getting weak or possibly going out. The safety sensors on a garage door opener are mounted to each side of the garage door about 6 inches off the ground. They shoot an invisible laser beam across the door path to ensure there is no person or object in the path of the garage door as it closes. Most safety sensors have a small circuit board inside which can fail due to over exposure to water, lightning strikes, power surges, etc.