Garage Door Opener Repair
Customer Issue: The power surge after a recent outage fried the circuit board. This made it impossible for Mr. White to use his garage.
Our Solution: To prevent the same thing from happening again, we suggested installing a surge protector together with the replacement circuit board. Our customer gave us the green light and we did just that and in no time at all. We also made sure that the rest of the system was in good condition and that the door was safe.
Customer Issue: The customer’s garage door springs were beginning to look frayed and unstable, and he decided to get them replaced as soon as possible.
Our Solution: Our team slowly loosened the caps and let the springs extend until they were lax. After removing the springs, our final tasks were to clean and oil the extension cables, put on new springs, and reconnect the door for testing.
Customer Issue: A couple of the left sized rollers stopped turning, slowing the door to a slow, screeching crawl.
Our Solution: Our team found that the rollers were nearing the end of their service life, so they took them off and replaced both before cleaning the tracks and reconnecting everything. The door was able to move smoothly and silently after that.
Customer Issue: Needed a new opener.
Our Solution: We presented the customer with several options and he decided to go with the Chamberlain C450 Wi-Fi chain drive garage door opener. We installed the new unit at his house, making sure that it was properly attached to the door and safely secured to the ceiling.
Customer Issue: Misaligned safety sensors.
Our Solution: The reason why this customer's door wouldn't close was because the opener sensors lost their alignment. We carefully repositioned them and made sure the door was able to close but was still able to reverse when it needed to.
Customer Issue: Bent tracks.
Our Solution: Seeing as the damage was too substantial to merit trying to repair the tracks, we carefully removed them and installed new ones in their place. We then proceeded to insert the door rollers into the new tracks and made sure they were in complete alignment.