Customer Issue: Mrs. Lawrence’s busy schedule meant a lot of going in and out of the garage, and the slowing down of her garage door had started irritating her.
Our Solution: Our professionals looked over Mrs. Lawrence’s garage door system while testing its movement, and determined the problem had occurred due to rusting garage door rollers. We clamped the door, before prying the tracks open so they could all be removed. Once they had each been replaced with new rollers, our technicians closed the tracks and slid the door over them to ensure smooth movement.
Customer Issue: Ms. Evans found that her garage door kept reversing when she tried to close it, which made her worry that something was wrong with it. She called us for help.
Our Solution: Our technician checked the system and found that the sensors had been tweaked and were accidentally reading that something was under the door, hence them not allowing it to close. They were carefully realigned, then tested to assure the door would close properly again.
Customer Issue: One of the customer’s torsion springs blew out while the garage door was at rest.
Our Solution: As always with spring replacement, the team made safety their first concern, clearing out the garage before carefully easing the springs loose one fraction of a millimeter at a time. Once they were lax, they finished unscrewing the caps and replaced the springs after servicing the torsion spindle.
Customer Issue: The door was barely able to move up and down.
Our Solution: We examined both the tracks and the rollers to try and locate the source of the problem, and ended up finding significantly bent sections as the culprits. We removed the door from its place, replaced both tracks and then reconnected the door and made sure it was in complete alignment and able to open and close properly again.
Customer Issue: Opener can't start.
Our Solution: The problem wasn't with the unit's power source, which was the first thing we checked. We then inspected the internal components and found that a part of the circuit board was destroyed by a power surge. We replaced it with a new board and the opener returned to a fully functional state.
Customer Issue: Needed a new opener for a new garage.
Our Solution: The customer had moved into a new home and his new garage door required a new powerful opener. We recommended a few different models, and he ended having us install the LiftMaster 8587W chain drive opener, which boasted 3/4 horsepower output and Wi-Fi compatibility.