As a local company with years of experience, we’ve become acquainted with many things that can go wrong with overhead doors. Whether you need a part replaced, a unit repaired, the opener recalibrated or a new door installed, our team of experts can help you. Read on to learn more about our services.
Efficient Diagnostics And Repairs
When a garage door stops working, it isn’t always obvious what the problem is. As a complex system, your automatic door has a large number of failure points, from rusty tracks to broken springs, to name a few. When our team makes house calls, they'll bring a complete toolkit and inventory of replacement parts with them, meaning they should be able to identify the problem and solve it during the same trip. We want to save you both hassle and expense!
High Quality Parts
LiftMaster, Clopay and Genie are just three of the well-known manufacturers responsible for producing garage door components - our technicians are familiar with all of them. Whatever parts your system uses, our team will know how to handle them, and if you need something replaced they'll be able to make recommendations based on your needs, preferences and price range. If we don’t already have the part you need to hand, we can order it for you and get it install it a time that suits you.
Moving to a new place? Planning renovations? If you need an entirely new garage door system installed, our technicians have got you covered. We can help you choose exact system you want, accommodating factors such as noise, power and expense. We can also provide insulation and weatherproofing to keep your new door working smoothly for a long time into the future.
There’s no need to let something small become a costly problem. Most experts recommend that you have your garage door system looked at every six to twelve months for lubrication, realignment and to check for early warning signs of failure. A bit of routine maintenance can save you much more in terms of money and aggravation in the long run by preventing breakdowns from happening.
The opener provides the initial jolt of movement to get the automatic mechanism working, but the springs provide the real heavy lifting required to lift and lower your heavy garage door. There are two types of spring; torsion types which extend along the top of the door, and extension types which are fixed either side of the door. Both types of spring store tremendous amounts of mechanical pressure, and shouldn’t be tampered with. If a spring is rusty, misaligned or broken, we recommend you arrange professional help immediately.
Your opener is the component that receives the signal to start your door moving, and includes a complicated electro-motor; as such, there are a lot of things that can go wrong with it. Sometimes, an opener can be fixed by replacing its wiring or by replacing one of the motor gears, but it may also be that it has simply lived his lifespan. If your door isn’t opening, or if the opener is jerking or making strange noises, call us to get the problem taken care of.
Over time, accidents and weather can dent or break the panels and hinges of your garage door itself. The panels can be made from ceramic, plastic or aluminum and typically come with a variety of hinge structures that must be fitted to the tracks and lift mechanism alike. Whether you have one or more panel that needs replacing a door that's come off track, or sensors that aren't working, our team will inspect the damage and carry out the work your door requires.
Look below to check out just some of our latest projects.