Garage Door Opener Repair & Installation Services
Garage Door Opener Specialists
A garage door opener automates the function of the doors to your garage. Therefore, it’s necessary to keep it in the best condition to function properly. If you’re looking for an opener that does the job, it’s best to get professional advice first. We can help you in keeping the opener fully functional.
Garage Door Opener Services
There are many reasons why the opener of the garage door stops working well. Like any other device, it wears down due to usage and lack of maintenance work. No matter what damage causes the opener not to function properly, whether it’s broken gears or faulty chain and belt drives, we offer our garage door opener repair service for you. Our team of certified technicians works with well-known opener brands such as LiftMaster, and we provide replacement services. If you’re starting to automate the doors to your newly-built garage, we have garage door opener installations. Our Same-Day service is available for immediate repair and installation service. There’s no need to worry as we offer our professional services all days of the week. Rest assured, we offer a warranty on our labor and opener parts. We strive to give you the best and most guaranteed works in town.
Garage Door Opener Repair Services By Experts
There’s a fine line between getting a garage door opener repair service and a new opener unit. Replacing an old opener can set you back a lot of money. However, the same thing happens if significant damages need intensive repairs. So take these scenarios as a guide on when to get a repair service instead.
- The gear of the opener is broken
- The motherboard is faulty and doesn’t give full remote function
- Broken door sensors in the frame
- The chain-drive is loose and needs repair
- The remote control or wall switch doesn’t work properly
Our Garage Door Opener Repair best practices
Garage door opener issues are usually caused by the lack of necessary maintenance procedures.
The Garage Door Opener is Not Closing Normally (Sensors)
Openers have knobs that adjust some settings to the door movement. The alignment knobs have an opening and closing switch that control the travel distance. The force adjustment knobs modify the force the doors move along the frame. Broken sensors may inhibit the adjustments to the knobs. Perform a regular inspection to avoid this.
Opener Reversing Feature Doesn’t work
The auto-reversal function serves as a safety measure in all garages. Always do a garage door safety check before you close the garage. Once you step in the path of the door, the opener reversing feature should open the door again. If it doesn’t, the door will crush anything within its path. Never put yourself in danger when you’re in the garage. Make sure the reversal measure works all the time.
Broken gears make a noisy door opener. When the gears in the drive are too loose or the gears are stuck, this will result in a grinding noise. It’s always best to check the gears and the drivers in the opener to maintain its full function.
The Remote Keypad or Control of the Garage Door Opener is not Responding
You can control the opener in two ways: garage door keypad and garage door remote. When there are faulty wiring or power issues in your garage, the garage door will not work effectively upon remote command.
Emergency Release is Pulled Down
It’s always a dream to have an automatic garage. However, manual mechanisms are standard to all opener models. Upon pulling down the garage door emergency release, the doors disengage from the opener. The emergency release loosens the opener’s control to the door panels and results in garage doors that won’t open on remote command. Put back the emergency in place to avoid a stubborn door.
Brands We Work With
Garage Door Opener Installation Services By Experts
Garage door opener installation services are also available when you choose to get a new opener instead of repair. There are some common instances where a repair just doesn’t cut the job. It’s better to get a replacement garage door opener or a brand-new model in place.
- Discontinued parts for an old opener model
- The house is for sale, or there’s a potential client for property viewing
- Incompatible openers that lack necessary sensors
- Personal upgrades in the garage, i.e., necessary functions you want in the garage like garage monitoring, camera activity, etc.
- Converting to another entry, i.e., converting to keypad access instead of a wall switch or remote control
types of Garage Door Openers
The most advanced openers from LiftMaster
We offer three types of garage door openers: chain-driven opener, belt-driven opener and wall mount, also known as jackshaft. All of these openers are from LiftMaster, which is the professional version of Chamberlain.
Chain Drive Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener
A chain-driven opener uses chains for the opener function. The chains loop and run around the rail. Then, the motor powers to open and close the doors along the tracks.
Advantages of Chain-Driven Garage Door Openers
- Chain-drive openers are the most affordable type of opener.
- Chain-drive openers have durable material that lasts long.
Belt Drive Wi-Fi Garage Door Opener
Another type of opener is a belt-driven opener. Instead of a chain in the rails, you have a belt that loops around for the opener’s electric motor.
Advantages of Belt-Driven Garage Door Openers
- It’s quieter than a chain-drive opener.
- Comes with a battery backup.
Wall Mount Garage Door Opener
A Wall-mount opener is another type of opener best for commercial settings. It’s also known as a jackshaft garage door opener. These openers are mounted on the sidewall beside the tracks instead of up in the ceiling space, freeing up the space overhead and opening up the possibilities to maximize your garage space.