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Garage Door Repair

No matter how strong your garage door is, something is bound to go wrong. You could have a broken spring set that needs to be replaced. Other issues could happen with your pulleys or cables. If your garage doors get jammed or they stop working, call us at 832-702-5376. Easy Garage Door Spring can fix the problem right away.Now that you know the basics, let’s dive into some of the common repairs that garage doors need.
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Sticking and Stopping

Doors that stick and stop indicate some level of corrosion in your components. Check them and apply a lubricant as needed. Make sure the door is well-balanced and properly aligned, as this could help your doors move better. Sometimes the issue lies in the climate you’re living in. Weather that’s hot and sticky or humid leads to your garage doors getting stuck. Get them unstuck by calling us at 832-702-5376 today.
There are many things that can go wrong with your door. Many times these mishaps occur without warning. Our company has an A+ on BBB, which tells you a lot. You’ll having peace of mind knowing that our garage door technicians are fully licensed & insured and have the knowledge to tackle any garage door problem you’re having.

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Garage Door Opens and Closes

A door that closes and reopens indicates trouble with the sensors. These are located on the side of the door and are about 4-6 inches above ground. A good set can detect objects, animals, or people and will reopen the door immediately as a protective measure. So if your doors are closing and reopening several times, check to see if there’s something in the way.
A door that closes and reopens indicates trouble with the sensors. These are located on the side of the door and are about 4-6 inches above ground. A good set can detect objects, animals, or people and will reopen the door immediately as a protective measure. So if your doors are closing and reopening several times, check to see if there’s something in the way.
Another reason for this particular glitch is that your openers are off and need to be adjusted. Your limit settings could be worn and in need of tweaking to work again. You may also need to have them synchronized for a better system balance.

the automatic door disconnect cord

If it’s not the automatic door disconnect cord, check for something else. Maybe you forgot to unlock your garage door before trying to open it. Check to see if your door is locked before you call a professional.

Garage Door Doesn't Open

When the opener runs but the door doesn’t move, the problem could be the automatic door disconnect cord. It’s possible you could have accidentally pulled it or that it’s worn by years of use. Run a simple test by pulling it up and down a few times. You can attach it to the opener’s lift arm to get it working correctly again.

Door Opens But Doesn't Close

Anytime your door opens without closing, it can be a cause for concern. You need your garage doors closed and locked in order to protect your home and garage. Most of the time, the problem is in your sensors. Check the sensor lenses and wipe any dirt off as needed. Otherwise, your sensors may fail to work properly. Dirt that’s caked gives your sensors the false impression that an object is there, and that’s why they won’t close.

A Failing Remote Opener

The first thing to do is to check the switch inside the garage. Try using it to open your door, and if that doesn’t work, have your remote reprogrammed. Doing so can help it work better with your openers to get your garage door running again. But if you can open the door with the switch, it may just be your remote batteries. In this case, you can replace them and get it going again.

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Garage Door Cables And Rollers

If your door seems like it’s off-track, leave it alone. Do not try and fix it yourself or operate the door. Doing so may cause other parts such as cables or pulleys to break. Call 832-702-5376 to speak to a member of our team.

Cables

One of the most common issues with garage doors are cables. When springs break, they cause your cables to break as well. Sometimes, cables can break on their own without warning. This is usually due to wear and tear from daily use. So if your door seems to be sagging on one side, you should get your cables checked immediately. Call 832-702-5376 to speak to one of our associates.

Rollers

Rollers are another critical component that help your garage doors run smoothly. They’re placed on the side of a garage door, where they raise or lower the door by rolling it. The biggest problem with rollers is that they can get stuck and make the process much harder. If you hear a loud noise during operation, your rollers may be dirty. In this case, a simple cleaning is all it takes to get them back in shape again. In some cases, you may need to have them lubricated. Cables

Sticking and Stopping

Doors that stick and stop indicate some level of corrosion in your components. Check them and apply a lubricant as needed. Make sure the door is well-balanced and properly aligned, as this could help your doors move better. Sometimes the issue lies in the climate you’re living in. Weather that’s hot and sticky or humid leads to your garage doors getting stuck. Get them unstuck by calling us at 832-702-5376 today.
There are many things that can go wrong with your door. Many times these mishaps occur without warning. Our company has an A+ on BBB, which tells you a lot. You’ll having peace of mind knowing that our garage door technicians are fully licensed & insured and have the knowledge to tackle any garage door problem you’re having.