A: Garage doors are built to last, but some parts do occasionally wear out or become damaged. If you are reasonably handy and follow the detailed instructions in your installation manual, you can do some repairs yourself. Some of the parts that may require repair include rollers, bottom seal, hinges, lift handles, windows and window inserts. However, we strongly recommend that replacing springs, door sections, tracks and operators be handled by a garage door professional. At Garage Home Pros our technicians are trained to assess the issue and resolve your issue efficiently and safely. We encourage you to give us a call to assess the issue with your garage door.
A: Garage doors are the largest moving objects in your home and business. Installation of garage doors is highly technical. Springs can be particularly dangerous proper installation is critical to the performance of your door and the safety of those who use it. BW Garage Doors professional technicians can typically install a door in only a few hours and are careful to make sure all safety requirements are met. A professional installation will save you time and guarantee that your door performs safely and effectively for the long-term. You do not want to put your family at risk by attempting to install a new garage door yourself. Use a trusted garage door installation professional to ensure that your new garage door works properly for years to come.
A: In most cases the squeaky noise is caused when older spring coils rub against one another. This isn't a safety concern and can be corrected with a spray on lubricant or by running a thin bead of motor oil across the top of each spring. If that doesn’t get rid of the noise, then it is best to error on the side of caution and call our service department for service and adjustment of your door. You want to make sure your garage door is safe and our trained team of garage door repair technicians can help you assess any issues with your current garage door system.
A: Garage door pricing will vary according to size, strength, level of customized design, insulation value, etc. Our experienced sales staff is trained to provide you with the information you need to find the right door for your home. Give us a call today to get a FREE estimate on getting a new garage door installed.
Yes, however, the opener must meet certain reversing requirements in order to prevent entrapment. Opener codes are dictated by State and Federal guidelines (UL-325). Existing machines are checked first by the serial number and manufacturer name, then by proper installation and finally by condition. If a compliant machine does not work properly or a machine is not in compliance, our installing technician will tag the machine and notify you of the reason for the tag. If you have any questions regarding your current garage door remote or opener don’t hesitate to give us a call directly at (321) 200-0727.
There are several tests you can perform to tell if your door is balanced: