We know that there’s a lot to learn about garage door systems and the way they operate, and that’s why we had our team answer this list of FAQs. Check them out below.
Can I safely replace the my garage door springs by myself?
Unless you are an experienced professional and have the proper tools, it is extremely important that you do not attempt to replace or adjust your garage door springs by yourself. You could get seriously hurt, and may even damage other parts of your door in the process. Leave this type of task to our professional technicians.
Can parts of a sectional garage door be replaced?
Yes they can, but it is highly advisable to have the work done by a professional. He (or she) will be skilled at performing the panel replacement process safely and correctly, and will have the right tools to make sure the new sections are set up perfectly. Consult with our experts for more information.
What kind of insulation is available for my garage door?
All garage doors should be insulated in order to keep temperatures inside the house at a comfortable level. Steel doors are generally preferred as they are affordable and can be made up of multiple layers to give better insulation, durability, and strength. We also recommend a bottom seal as additional weather-proofing to prevent drafts and moisture from creeping in.
Why does my garage door go down and then back up again?
If you try and close the door but find it keeps reversing, the problem may lie with your limit setting. The limit setting of your opener determines how low or how high up your garage door needs to be to close. If you set it too far down, the opener will 'think' that it only hit an obstacle on the way down when in fact it's the ground that it made contact with.