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GARAGE DOOR REPAIR

One thing to think about. Garage door springs are dangerous. I've had customers defer to my experience after a spring tore them up, and then broke their arm. Winding the spring appears to be where the trouble lies. Once, the instructions for a spring for a huge high lift door at a bread factory called for it to be wound 28 pics (Which is 28 quarter turns). The installer wound it 28 full turns. 4 times tighter than recommended. When released, the door went up like a rocket. The only thing stopping its trajectory was the garage door motor, which when impacted, sheared off at the bolts. The motor went flying thru the factory and probably would have killed someone, were it not for it landing in a big vat of mixing bread dough. Close call! Treat springs with deep respect. Like your marriage mate.

 

Why buy a new door for around a $1,000, if we can repair yours? We have repaired doors that have even suffered C.T.D.S. (Car Through Door Syndrome). But commonly garage doors have replaceable parts such as:

  • Springs

  • Cables

  • Hinges

  • Tracks

  • Rollers

  • Bearings

  • Windows

  • Sections

  • Panels

  • Drums

  • Locks

  • Hingenuts

  • Weatherstrip

  • Lagscrews

Services include

  • Basic Tune-up (20 pt. check)

  • Balancing

  • Alignment

  • Lube

  • Emergency Disconnect/Reconnect

  • Lag Screws Secured

  • Disabling Locks

  • Tightening Hinge nuts

  • Safety Check

  • Cleaning Up After Ourselves

Garage Door Motor Repairs

Why replace your motor when you can have it repaired?

 

We can replace: 

  • Gears

  • Circuit Boards

  • Sensors

  • Adjust or Replace Chain

  • Remount Motor and Track

  • Replace Travelers

  • Switches

  • Remotes

  • Wiring Problems

  • Safety Adjustments

  • Limit Switches

  • Belts

  • Dohickies

  • Whatchamacallits

  • Thingamajigs (Also referred to as that dang blasted thing)

"Everything is blowing up around us, but there are still those who are dutiful enough to try to fix it... but maybe that's the way it should be.  Maybe working on the little things as dutifully and honestly as we can is how we stay sane when the world is falling apart."