Garage Door Openers

Garage Door Openers

We are highly experienced in the installation, repair and maintenance of garage door openers.

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Garage Door Springs

Garage Door Springs

We have experienced personnel who are experts in the repair of garage door springs.

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Garage Door Repair Services

Garage Door Repair Services

If your garage door got stuck halfway, you found a broken spring, or the opener is got unusually noisy, call our company for professional garage door repair services.

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F.A.Q

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Learn the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on installing or replacing a garage door opener.

  • How do I inspect my garage door for safety?

    Confirm that the spring is in good condition. It should not be rusty or deformed. Check the brackets. They have to be tight and in good condition. The cables should be tight as well. They should not be frayed or worn-out. The sensors must be properly aligned.

  • Why is remote light control necessary?

    You can use current technology at home to facilitate your movements around the garage. You can turn on and off the lights just by using the remote control, the opener or the computer (if you have an internet getaway system). It's practical and you'll be safer.

  • When are multicode remotes useful?

    The multicode remote will be useful to people who have gates or second garage doors than the main one at home. Multicode remotes have several buttons and each one would activate a separate opener. New multicodes will also operate the alarm system of your house or car according to our garage door specialists in Barlett.

  • How do I know if the safety features of my opener are working correctly?

    Most garage door openers have a built-in safety feature which prevents the door from closing if an obstruction is detected. The safest way to test this is to use a block of wood and place it in the path of your open garage door. When you attempt to close the door, the sensor should detect the piece of wood and return to the fully open position.

  • Why has my garage door opener become noisy?

    Some models and designs of particular openers can be a little noisy, but if you notice unusual or excess noise, it could be an indicator of a problem. In many instances, it could simply be a matter of a loose fitting which requires tightening or a roller which requires lubricating, however excess noise can be created by a bent or damaged garage door track.  Watch the motion of your door as it opens and closes to see if there is any jerking movement which could indicate a more serious issue.

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