garage door roller replacement Burr Ridge, IL
garage door roller replacement
Burr Ridge, IL
Same-Day Garage Door Roller Replacement
Are you having issues with your garage door rollers? Did your garage door go off-track? These problems are more common than you may think, and they could result in a more costly repair along the way if left untouched. We at A-Plus Garage Door Repair offer quality garage door rollers every day of the week, with no extra charge on the weekends. Call us now to receive a same-day roller replacement from one of our experts!
Signs You Need to Replace Garage Door Rollers
Wear and tear – this type of problem is inevitable. When a roller becomes too worn, it can come off the track and uproot the entire system.
Bent Rollers – Accidents and excessive pressure can cause the roller to bend which could lead to a potential break. If a roller bends, you won’t get the same smooth movements when opening and closing the door.
Interrupted Spins –A proper roller should spin freely on the shaft. When the roller gets to a point where it cannot do that, be sure to call a professional for a quick replacement.
Excessive Vibrations –It can be natural for certain types of rollers to give off some sort of vibration while in use. However, if it gets to a worrisome point, it may be time for a replacement.
Types of Garage Door Rollers
Plastic garage door rollers are usually the more affordable option for garage door rollers. However, they do not last for very long and cannot hold the same amount of weight as other types. Still, they get the job done for most single garage doors.
Steel garage door rollers are a step up from the plastic. They can hold more weight and therefore last for a longer time. On the other hand, steel is known to be a bit noisier when in use, and can be a nuisance if your house is connected to the garage.
Finally, nylon garage door rollers take all the good about plastic and steel and put them into one roller. Nylon is as strong and durable as steel roller, and are quite like plastic rollers. They are the most expensive roller types, but defiantly worth the price.