Broken or Tangled Cables
Tension cables are found down each side of your garage door. Most up and over garage doors rely on tension cables to operate, these can rust and snap.
If a door is lifted from one side or caught during use, the garage door cables can come loose and tangle.
We can replace most makes of garage door cables.
Door Openers - Motors and Faulty Handsets
Not many appliances get as much of a workout as the garage door opener. They usually give us years of hassle-free service, but openers do break down:
*If the cold weather has stiffened the mechanism of your garage door opener and caused it to loose power
*Older wooden models are as susceptible to the ravages of time and gravity as the rest of us; If your aging doors are a little saggy this will gradually cause difficulty opening the garage door.
Broken Springs/Spring Hooks
If your springs aren’t the right size, have become extremely loose, or have worn unevenly, you can expect to have lots of garage door problems.
From doors that shimmy from side to side to doors that fall to fast when closing, spring problems can be annoying and sometimes dangerous. We can get your springs replaced for you to ensure proper door function.
Wheels and Rollers
Just like the tires on your car, your garage door rollers keep your garage door moving. Over time, the metal parts of your roller may experience rust and corrosion.
You may also find that the lubrication on your rollers wears off or that debris becomes stuck in the door’s roller track.
We can get your door working again with proper lubrication or the repair or replacement of your worn rollers.