Frequently Asked Questions

Broken garage door spring repair:

Spring Repair, Torsion & extension, Spring adjustment & System Conversion

Garage door opener repair/ installation:

Opener repair, Opener installation, Keypads, remotes & Sensors replacement

Garage door off track:

Door off-track repair, Balance & adjustment, Panel maintenance & Garage door repair

Garage door broken cable repair:

Cable installation, Loose cable adjustment, Cable drums & Cable maintenance

New garage door installation:

New installation, Door maintenance, Panel replacement, Bent rails & off tracks

Garage door maintenance:

Lubricate the moving parts, Test the door balance, Clean and paint the door, and Clean the tracks

Garage door remote repair/program:

New remote, Remote programming to the vehicle, Remote replacement, and Remote battery replacement

Garage door roller repair:

Roller lubrication, Roller replacement, Roller alignment, and New roller installation

There are several ways to tell if your sliding glass door needs repairs. If you notice any cracks or leaks around the frame, then you should call a professional right away. You may also notice water damage around the area where the door meets the wall. If you have noticed any of these problems, then you need to contact a professional immediately.

Most cities require permits for projects over $500. If you live in a city that requires a permit, contact your local building department to find out if they have any requirements for garage door installations.

Replacing a sliding glass door can range anywhere from $500 to $1000 depending on what kind of material you choose.

Depending on the size of the job, garage door installations can range anywhere from 1 hour to several days.

When choosing a garage door brand, make sure that it is durable and long-lasting. Here are some top-quality garage door brands:

  1. Chamberlain Garage Door & Hardware
  2. Genie Garage Doors
  3. Overhead Door Company
  4. Clopay Garage Doors
  5. Craftsman Garage Doors
  6. LiftMaster Garage Doors
  7. Wayne Dalton Garage Doors

The most common causes of breaking down a sliding glass door are extreme temperatures, moisture, and poor maintenance. If you live in a cold climate, then you should make sure that you keep your sliding glass door closed at night. If you live in an area where there is a lot of humidity, then you should make certain that you keep your sliding door shut during the day. Also, if you don’t clean your sliding glass door regularly, then you could end up with mold and mildew buildup.

Depending on how big your sliding glass door is, it can take anywhere between 1-3 days to install a new sliding door. You should plan accordingly.

  1. Garage Door Opener

Garage doors are often opened and closed hundreds of times per day. As a result, they need regular maintenance to ensure proper operation. If you notice any issues with your garage door opener, contact a professional immediately.

  1. Broken Spring

A broken spring is one of the most common problems with garage doors. When springs break, the door may not open properly or close completely. You should call a professional if you notice any issues with the door’s opening or closing.

  1. Damaged Motor

If you notice any damage to the motor, you should contact a professional right away. A damaged motor could cause the door to malfunction.

  1. Inoperable Remote Control

If you cannot operate your remote control, contact a professional immediately to repair the problem.

  1. Stuck Gate

If you notice that your gate is stuck, you should contact a pro immediately. Gates can become stuck due to debris buildup or improper use.

  1. Worn Rollers

Worn rollers can lead to serious safety hazards. Contact a professional if you notice anything unusual about the rollers.

  1. Cracked Glass

Cracked glass can allow moisture inside the garage, leading to mold and mildew. Call a professional if you notice cracks in the glass.