Need Emergency Garage Door Repair?
We understand that unexpected things happen. That’s why we are available to take your Emergency Garage Door Repair calls 24/7. Call the emergency garage door repair experts today and we’ll have your garage door fixed in a flash! We can repair garage door springs, fix broken garage door cables, repair damaged garage door track or whatever it takes to get your garage door working like new again. In most cases, we can fix your garage door the same day.
With so many moving parts, we recommend that you call and schedule a service appointment today to help maintain and extend the life of your garage door and garage door opener.
Below are some of the parts that can be replaced on your garage door or opener:
- Damaged panels, if available
- Bottom Weather Seal
- Complete garage doors
Replace on garage door openers:
- Circuit boards
- Sensor Beams
- Keyless Entry (Keypad)
- Complete garage door openers
If you can’t lift your garage door you may have a BROKEN SPRING similar to the one shown in our photo. If a spring is broken you can see the separation. Most double car garage doors have two TORSION SPRINGS. Only one may be broken, and it can keep the door from opening.
Broken springs on overhead garage doors should be replaced ONLY BY AN EXPERIENCED TECHNICIAN. If you suspect you have a broken spring contact us today. Do not attempt to open your garage door with a broken spring.
We also replace extension springs on overhead garage doors.
Brands We Service:
- Control Access
- CHI Overhead Doors
- American Access
- Wayne Dalton
The SENSOR BEAMS are located 4″-6″ off the floor next to the vertical track. If your garage door opener goes down just a few inches and goes back up or won’t go down at all, your SENSOR BEAM LENS may have an obstruction that prevents the invisible beam from functioning.
Does your garage door travel a few inches down and then go back up? Check the sensor beams for blockage or debris. Use a clean dry cloth and gently clean each lens.
Does garage door travel within a few feet of floor and reverses Check the bottom of the garage door for debris or a pull down rope that might swing in front of the sensor beams, breaking the infrared beam.