If your garage door spring broke, or your opener suddenly stops responding, calling our team is the right thing to do. However, there are some issues that you may be able to handle yourself. Check out our tips below to learn more.
Prevent wear and tear of your garage door parts
Eventually, most of your garage door components will need replacement at one point or another. However, you can delay this date for as long as possible with proper lubrication maintenance and by ensuring the various components are properly tightened as well as rust free.
Don't guesstimate the measurements of your new door
Knowing the exact dimensions is important for garage door installation and other services such as part replacements. Measurements are also needed when you are looking for a new garage door or garage door opener for your home. Take the time to measure all necessary dimensions of your garage and the door for future reference.
Clean your tracks regularly
Garage door tracks, especially those that come close to the floor, are prone to dirt buildup and debris. Too much buildup can cause the door to jam while in motion as the wheels get stuck. For this reason, we recommend regular cleaning of the tracks to remove the debris and avoid future damage that may occur over time.