Garage Door Services FAQ's
Most frequent questions and answers
Common problems that require professional garage door repair include broken springs, malfunctioning openers, damaged panels, bent or misaligned tracks, and worn cables. Other issues may include loose or broken hardware, faulty sensors, and issues with the remote control or keypad.
It is recommended to have your garage door serviced at least once a year. The service typically includes a thorough inspection of all the components, lubrication of moving parts, tightening of hardware, adjustment of springs and cables, and testing of the door’s safety features.
Installing a new garage door can increase your home’s curb appeal, enhance energy efficiency, improve security, and provide smoother and quieter operation. The installation process can take anywhere from a few hours to a full day, depending on the size and complexity of the project.
It is possible to replace a garage door opener yourself, but it is recommended to hire a professional to ensure that the installation is done correctly and safely. A professional can also provide advice on which type of opener is best for your specific needs.
Some common troubleshooting steps for garage door problems include checking the power source, inspecting the sensors, examining the tracks and rollers, and testing the opener’s safety features. However, if the problem persists, it is best to call a professional for help.