Customer Issue: Mr. Jacobs’ children were in the garage and wound up messing with the sensors, getting them out of alignment. The garage door now won’t close properly as a result.
Our Solution: Our professional examined and tested the sensors, finding that they were indeed simply out of alignment. Measuring across the doorway, the proper angle for each side was found and the sensors were carefully adjusted to ensure they would be lined up again. Further testing was then done to confirm the door would close.
Customer Issue: The bottom door panel fell off and the one above it sustained some significant damage so two new sections were needed.
Our Solution: The customer had a Clopay garage door, so obtaining new matching panels wasn’t an issue. After doing so, our team fitted the new panels on the door while also replacing the relevant hinges, which had been somewhat rusty. We then tested the door’s functionality and saw to it that it could open and close in a smooth fashion.
Customer Issue: Broken cable.
Our Solution: One of our experts removed the broken parts of the cable from the pully system before threading in a brand-new, sturdy cable to replace it with. She then tested the system to confirm it was working as it should.
Customer Issue: Reece wanted a quieter opener system.
Our Solution: We suggested a chamberlain belt drive for quieter performance to replace the old chain drive model.
Customer Issue: Garage door wouldn't open.
Our Solution: The spring was broken, so we replaced it with a new one and made sure the door was back to full working order.
New Door Installation
Customer Issue: Diane wanted brand new doors that brought warmth to her garage.
Our Solution: After our advice she chose a single Clopay Canyon Ridge door. We installed the door without issue.