Modern garage doors are often remote-operated. If your garage door suddenly refuses to either open or close — or if it jerks around while you try to do these things — a malfunctioning remote may be the culprit. Alternatively, there may be some sort of mechanical issue with the door itself or with its tracks. Repairs should ascertain such issues and fix them.
Your garage door should always move and operate along its special tracks. If it doesn’t, a host of issues can follow. For example, one side of the door may get stuck while the other is free to move. Thus, if you try opening it, you could inadvertently damage your door.
This is especially the case for retractable tilt-up doors as these require more elaborate scaffolding than other types do. If your garage door slips off of its tracks, you should call for repairs to replace the tracks themselves or whatever faulty part may be causing the problem.
You may notice that when you open your garage door and it moves up to become parallel with the ceiling, the middle of the door may bow out or sag downward. The cause of this can be anything from misaligned tracks to unlubricated hinges or faulty door materials. It’s the job of a garage door repair specialist to determine why this is happening and fix it for you.
In addition to all of this, we can also repair or install garage door frames, grilles and locks.