Getting information from a garage door expert helps you in purchasing the right door for your garage, identifying the door problem early and engaging the best method to fix your door. We do understand that tight personal schedule may keep you from seeking for all necessary information from our technical team. We have made the frequently asked questions and their answers available especially for you. Call us now for clarifications.
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Faq - All Your Garage Doors Questions in One Place
How can I identify a genuine company capable of delivering trustworthy services?+ -
It’s simple, ask for recommendations from other garage owners, search online for previous customers’ feedback or contact the target provider for a discussion. Note that it’s advisable to request for an estimate cost of required services before settling for a given company.
Can my garage door be insulated?+ -
Absolutely! We do insulate already installed doors at competitive prices. Alternatively, you can have the old door replaced with a new already insulated one.
My door won’t open all the way. What can I do?+ -
A door not closing or opening all the way can be caused by a bent track or dysfunctional pulleys. You can have the faulty parts replaced or fixed all together. Get the help of a technician for accurate diagnosis of the problem and chart the way forward.
How can I prevent a third party from mastering my garage door opener’s code?+ -
Investing in an opener designed with rolling code technology is highly recommended.
Elements are finding their way into my home through the garage door. How do I fix this?+ -
Holes and cracks in the door allow bugs, dirt particles, debris and other unwanted elements in to your home. Start by checking whether the door is sagging, weather stripping is broken, tracks are bent or there’re dents and bends on the door. Broken weather strip can be replaced while dents and bends are corrected. However, a sagging door may call for a total replacement.
Why does my door slams soon after opening it?+ -
Broken torsion springs make the door to come slamming down when it’s opened. DIY replacement process of the springs is potentially dangerous. Contact a professional to replace the springs.
I think my door is jammed, what could be the problem?+ -
Broken cables, faulty pulleys and tracks may make your door to jam. A technician can help in problem assessment and replacement of the broken parts.
How do I keep children and pets safe?+ -
The photo-eye detects objects near the door when opening or closing hence reversing the motion of the door. Urgently place an order if it is not present for the safety of children and pets.
What should I expect from a door tune-up?+ -
Tune-up process entails thorough inspection of door parts such as spring and simple repairs if need be. Parts replacements may be necessary.
Must I replace a faulty garage door opener?+ -
A simple repair may solve the opener’s problem. Allow a technician to do assessment and advice accordingly.
Why is my door making some squeaking noise and what can I do about it?+ -
A garage door makes irritating noises due to lack of lubrication, loose screws, worn-out rollers, rusted hinges or broken springs among other causes. If you notice the presence of unusual noises from the door, do not wait as the problem could get worse. Call a technician immediately.
How much will door maintenance cost?+ -
I'ts reallly depends on the garage door. Contact us to get an accurate quote.