Do Some Troubleshooting If You Can
However, even if you want to consider a New Garage Door Replacement, you might want to take a closer look at your garage door to see if a replacement is warranted. Therefore, we’ll take a look at some rather simple troubleshooting actions that you can do yourself, to make that decision.
Is The Remote Broken?
If you notice that the door isn’t opening when you use the remote, but works fine when you use the wall switch, then you might not need to purchase a new door and then call on a Garage Door Installation specialist to install it for you. In this case, you may want to take note of how you’re holding the remote. Is it close enough to the opener’s antenna range – or is the antenna damaged? Are the batteries too weak or dead? Is your remote programmed correctly? After checking all of these things, you may also want to check if the remote, itself, needs replacing. However, if you wish to try out a brand new remote, you want to make sure that the new remote is compatible with your current garage door opening mechanism.
In addition to our garage door installation, service and replacement, we can also offer work that includes:
Repairing an off-track door
Replacing damaged/bent rollers
Replacing a garage door opener
Replacing damaged garage door panels
Repairing your bent and rusted tracks
Regularly servicing a business/home garage door
Completely replacing a home/business garage door
Replacing garage door cable(s)