Garage Door Opener Repair
Customer Issue: The customer’s garage door only happened halfway before stopping in place. There was no sign of mechanical obstruction, and the springs were both fine, so garage door opener repair has to be the solution.
Our Solution: We tried resetting the garage door opener from factory default and calibrating its travel settings to the door from scratch. It turned out that was the whole problem! After we reprogrammed the remote control as well, the customer’s opener worked as good as new.
Customer Issue: After many years of frequent use, the Jenkins’ needed lift cable replacement for their automatic garage door.
Our Solution: If one lift cable needs replacement, its twin is usually not far behind. So, we disconnected the garage door, locked the springs in place, and then unhooked both cables and unwound them from their spools. After cleaning and oiling the spools and couplings, we installed the new pair and hooked everything back up for testing.
Customer Issue: One of the customer’s garage door tracks cracked almost all the way through, and the other one showed signs of weakening too.
Our Solution: We disconnected Mr. Fasst’s garage door, raised it off of its broken tracks set, and set it down out of the way. Next, we unscrewed the tracks, pulled them out of the doorway, and cleaned the drill holes. Our garage door track replacement was simple after that point. We used a leveler to align the replacement tracks, and screwed them in securely before reinstalling the garage door for testing.