Broken Garage Door Opener Repair Services
The most common garage door opener repairs are fixed by the realignment of the photo eyes and/or the replacement of warn gears and sprockets found within the garage door opener. Other repairs may include replacing the garage door opener’s motor, circuit boards, limit switches, trolleys, drive trains, drive belts and more. Some openers simply need adjustments made to the existing components and require no additional parts.
Garage door Opener Repairs on All Makes & Models
Did you recently discover your garage door opener is not functioning properly? Pick up your phone to schedule service today with your local, friendly, and professional garage door specialists. Whether you’re having issues with your commercial or residential garage door opener, our experienced staff will quickly get your garage door opener operating efficiently once again.
Our highly skilled and trained technicians service a wide range of broken garage door opener brands, including Overhead Door, Genie, Wayne Dalton, Lift Master, Chamberlain, and many more.
Next time you encounter a broken garage door opener, use GarageDoorRepair.com to find your local garage door opener repair company. Our knowledgeable garage door experts will thoroughly examine the problem, eliminate the cause, and have your garage door opener working once again quickly and efficiently.
Garage Door Opener Safety
It is important to always test the safety reversing mechanisms to ensure your openers are safety compliant. Failure to do so may put the garage door users and those nearby in danger. Below are three easy steps to be sure your garage door opener is safe:
- Near the bottom of each side of your garage door, check to confirm properly installed photo eyes (black sensors), mounted no higher than 6 inches off the floor. If your operator does not have photo eyes, your should have your garage door opener replaced with a new model which offers this standard standard feature.
- Use an object to block the photo eye, and press the Garage Door Opener’s close button. The door should not close.
- Lay an object that is at least 1.5 inches higher on the ground (a wooden 2 by 4 works great) in the door’s path, and press the close button. The door should reverse off this object.