If you have a question about your automatic garage door or any of its components, then look no further. The following FAQs can provide you with all sorts of useful answers, and our experts will be more than happy to answer any other questions you may have.
How do I check the balance of the garage door?
First put the door in raised position. (Disengage the opener with the manual override if you have an automatic door) then lower the door halfway and let it hang there. The door will rest right there without fanfare if it’s balanced. If the door starts to rise or fall, it would indicate too much or too little tension in the springs.
Does the electric opener require maintenance?
The screw-drive and chain-driven openers could really use lubrication. Apply the lubricant along the full length of the screw or chain twice a year. It’s one of the easiest yet totally worthwhile ways for a homeowner to maintain the garage door on his own.
My remote is broken. What can I do?
Well, the answer is quite simple. Call us. If you try to fix the remote by yourself you can accidentally damage it further. Our technicians can fix practically every remote-related issue, and on the off chance that we won't be able to, we'll simply replace it with a new one.