Why won't my garage door open?
Do I have to replace my whole garage door if just a section is damaged?
How long will it take to get my new garage door?
What happens to my old door?
Do you repair garage doors on your first visit?
Do you give free estimates?
When I replace my existing door, can I keep my old track?
Do you take credit cards or checks?
Why is my garage door so loud?
Why won't my garage door open?

Most times a garage door won’t open because a counterbalance mechanism isn’t functioning such as a broken extension or torsion spring

Do I have to replace my whole garage door if just a section is damaged?

In many cases a replacement section is an option depending on whether it is still in production or the rest of the door is in good enough shape to warrant replacing the section. Sometimes the better economic solution is to replace the complete door.

How long will it take to get my new garage door?

Average lead-time is 1-2 days for doors that are in stock. Custom and special order doors usually take 3-4 weeks.

What happens to my old door?

Another advantage of a professional installation is the removal and disposal of your old door. For a small fee, our technicians will properly remove your door and recycle all recoverable materials.

Do you repair garage doors on your first visit?

Yes, most of the time we can perform the garage door repair, including torsion springs, the same day.

Do you give free estimates?

We are happy to give free estimates for sales of doors and openers. Because service and repair work involves a site inspection by a qualified technician,

When I replace my existing door, can I keep my old track?

We recommend replacing your track when you replace your door. Replacing your track is an inexpensive way to ensure that your entire garage door system is as safe as possible. By replacing your track you also ensure that your door warranty will apply, in the event that you have a problem

Do you take credit cards or checks?

We gladly accept cash, checks, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express credit cards. We do require 50% down on all door purchases at the time of purchase.

Why is my garage door so loud?

There are a number of reasons your garage door is making noise, but the most common is age and your garage doors chains, pulleys, springs and other moving parts may also need a garage door tune-up.  Garage door parts become loose and they require to be lubricated. Your system should be inspected from time to time; we recommend annually to ensure your garage door is operating at peak performance & safely.

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