Not all garage door problems are drastic enough to render your garage door immediately unusable. There are some problems that come along gradually until the point where they come to your attention. These problems are usually due to the age of your door, and sometimes due to improper installation in the first place. The good news is that with most of these problems, a simple tune-up now can prevent a terrible and expensive event later on. Our technicians at Garage Door Repair Safety Harbor highly recommend having these sorts of problems looked at early on.
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Zip code: 34695
City: Safety Harbor, Florida
The modular design of garage doors means that in that whole system, different smaller systems are working in unison in order to accomplish the task of lifting the garage door and lowering it back down. Regular users like you might notice odd sounds or behaviors in certain parts that were not there before in the brand new unit. You may observe the motor stalling at certain points of the lift, the door hinges creaking and rattling, or the torsion spring producing weird sounds as the door lowers. These and other small things may seem irrelevant as the door still actually works, but they can be considered as symptoms of a door that is not working accordingly.
If your garage door is already more than five years old, it’s probably the time to take a closer look at things, and see if they’re still in tip top shape. No matter what kind of design your garage door has, be it an overhead swing door or a roll up one, they are all made up of parts that will wear on with eventual use. Being aware of these problems, you should go the proactive direction and get professional garage door maintenance.
Garage door maintenance services are relatively inexpensive compared to the other options you will be having once bigger problems start to arise. A quick examination by our trained technicians from “Garage Door Repair in Safety Harbor” will reveal and rectify problem areas in your door. A little oil here, a little alignment adjustment there, and a tweak of a couple of screws and your old garage door will have it running like the first time you opened it.