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Same-Day Garage Door Opener Repair and Installation Services
If your garage door opener is broken, we are happy to fix it for you. Our experts are able to solve a variety of problems such as broken gears, malfunctioning sensors, chain and belt replacement, and reprogramming. We work with top brands such as LiftMaster, Chamberlain and Craftsman. Do not worry if your garage door opener is beyond repair, because our technicians are trained for installations as well. Contact us today and have one of our experts take a look and help you decide whether you need to replace your garage door opener or not.
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Garage Door Opener Repair
When it comes to the job of a garage door opener repair, there are a few reasons a homeowner would need a repair, and not a new installation. Some of these reasons include broken gears, faulty motherboards, damaged or missing sensors, a loose chain, a non-functional wall unit or remote, or both.
Garage Door Opener Installation
You don’t have to worry if your garage door opener is past the point of no return. Our technicians always carry with them Liftmaster garage door openers in case you need a new opener installation. You also don’t have to worry about getting rid of the old unit, as we do it as part of the job.
Common Garage Door Opener Issues
You’re hearing grinding noises from your opener when your garage door is opening or closing, but it still has full mobility. There can be a few sources for this problem but the most common one is broken gear. If this is the case, it is better to have the opener fixed before it creates a more severe issue.
The Remote Keypad or Control of the Garage Door Opener is not Responding
Garage door keypads are supposed to make your life easier, not harder. The reasons for their dysfunctionality can vary and be from a dead battery up to a broken part. We recommend trying to troubleshoot simple issues before calling an expert, as it can be easily solved sometimes and save you time and money, for example, if you need to program the opener remote.
Opener Reversing Feature Doesn’t Work
This problem is not only a signal that it is time to invest in a new opener, but also an urgent one. The opener reversing feature is a safety one. If something, or more importantly someone, is stuck in the path of the garage door, your reverse must be in working order. We recommend a garage door safety check to ensure that this feature is working.
Emergency Release is Pulled Down
You may have noticed your garage door emergency release is pulled down, or perhaps you pulled it down yourself. This will directly cause the opener to be disengaged. When this is true, the garage door can’t open. Luckily the solution is simple, just reengage the emergency release.
Types of Garage Door Openers
Chain-Driven Garage Door Opener
This opener uses a metal chain system to pull the garage door up and down. This style is the standard opener most people choose, as it is strong, durable, and affordable. However, this type of opener will cause noise when operating, so it is not recommended when the garage is attached to the house.
Belt-Driven Garage Door Opener
This style works similarly to the chain-driven one in mechanics, except there is a rubber belt in place of the metal chain. The main advantages of a belt drive opener are that it operates without making noises and it doesn’t need regular maintenance like the chain drive opener.
Wall Mount Garage Door Opener
A Wall Mount Garage door opener, also known as a Jackshaft garage door opener is mainly installed in commercial garage doors and residential high lift garage doors.