Top-Rated Garage Door Repairs
If you’re in need of top quality garage door repairs, look no further. Closing Time Garage Doors offers a wide range of services always tailored to your specific needs. Our expert team knows everything there is about garage door repairs and maintenance, and are always available to answer any inquiry. Closing Time is committed to giving you an honest price, quality service, and a better experience overall.
At Closing Time Garage Doors, we’ve seen it all. For 15 years, we have been working in this ever-changing industry. This experience has given us the know-how to provide fast and long-lasting solutions to these common problems:
- My garage door won’t open – what do I do?
- Why won’t my garage door close?
- My garage door seems to be stuck. How can I fix this?
- My garage door is damaged from a head-on car collision. What should I do now?
If you are asking any of these questions, it’s time to bring in the professionals. Our team can provide you with answers during our first service call. After we identify the problem, we will present you with a few options to choose from, whether it be a minor repair, a large replacement, or an upgrade to a better system. We are here to help you find a solution that fits your budget.
Why Choose Closing Time Garage Doors?
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Springs generally have a limited lifespan, so if your’s has snapped, don’t worry, Closing Time has a truck ready to go with all standard sizes. We offer torsion, extension, and torque master conversion.
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The first step in fixing a broken garage door is determining what is wrong with it. Garage Door diagnostics are not usually super complicated, but you need to approach it as a full system. It is always a good step to determine if it is the door or opener that is the source of the issue? Is the problem mechanical, electronic, or a matter of settings and adjustments.
Garage door closing issues can stem from a variety of different issues with the door or opener. One common one that often requires no expertise to address is the safety eyes. The little boxes at each side of the door near the bottom can sometimes get covered or bumped out of position. The first steps are to make sure the lenses are clean, have an unobstructed line of sight to each other, and are generally pointing at each other. You want the LEDs to light up indicating they are reading each other. You can also override this safety feature by holding the wall button down.