Your garage door system has a simple job but the mechanics behind it are complex. That’s why it’s better to call in the experts when something goes wrong. Don’t risk injury or further damage by trying to repair a problem yourself. When something goes wrong with your system, it can be hard to identify the root cause of the problem – luckily, our experts are trained in what to look for and will be able to get to the bottom of the malfunction.
Is It Your Opener?
Every automatic garage door system uses a balance of mechanics and electrics to make the smooth functioning possible. This can lead to a variety of issues and a lot of head scratching, especially when it comes to the opener. An increasingly noisy system, or a door that unpredictably opens and closes, could indicate a fault within the unit itself. From circuit board issues to re-fitting motor gears, our team is on hand to repair or replace faulty opener parts there and then.
Maybe It's The Springs?
Springs are arguably the most important part of your door system. If your springs are faulty, the door will not rise properly or be able to hold the weight of the door panels. This can lead to serious injury if they break; we never recommend trying to handle the springs yourself. Our highly trained technicians have the experience necessary to replace and maintain your springs without fuss or injury - give us a call instead!
It Could Be The Tracks
Every garage door system makes use of both horizontal and vertical tracks which create the smooth opening and closing of your well-functioning door. If your tracks are in bad shape, your door will likely deteriorate too. Our technicians have the skills to fix your tracks with no hassle. If your door gets stuck, we can sort it.
Or Something Else Completely…
If you're not sure what the issue is with your door, there are a number of other things that might be going on. Leave the mystery solving to us and call Garage Door Repair Danbury today for solutions to your problems!
Common Problems You May Experience
Garage door roller popped out. What do I do?
When faced with this type of problem, you need to avoid touching the door until a professional arrives. Whether the issue was caused by a bent track that forced a roller out of the track, or a frayed cable that got caught on something, the necessary repairs will need to be handled by an expert who knows what they're doing, as you could accidentally get hurt if you try to fix the problem yourself.
My garage door won't open all the way. How come?
The most common reason for this type of problem is a blocked track. If the rollers can't move past a certain point, the door simply won't open beyond that point, and it may even reverse as a result. Another possible cause is the opener's travel limit isn't set correctly. It's not very common for it to suddenly change, but it can happen. Potentially, this may be an issue with the logic board of the opener, or with the springs.
Do you offer garage door repair services near me?
We certainly do! Our reach is far and wide, and our local technicians venture far to be able to help every homeowner with any type of problem they're having with their automatic door. Our technicians won't go on a cross-country trek like Lewis and Clark, but we do offer emergency repairs in several different nearby cities. To find out which other areas we service, click here.