There are plenty of things that can go wrong with your overhead door system, from a malfunctioning opener to broken torsion springs. Thanks to our expertise, which we've built up over many years serving local homeowners in various ways, our technicians can handle any type of problem.
Broken Spring Replacement
When garage door springs break, it’s a major inconvenience. Over time, the tough extension or torsion springs that help lift your door will begin to weaken, which means it’s only a matter of time until they finally fail. Whether you’re worried that these components are wearing out and want to act preemptively, or they already broke and you need an emergency replacement, our team can help. Remember, don’t try and do complete this task yourself. If these components are mishandled they can be extremely dangerous and you could get seriously hurt.
Opener Related Problems
By far the most complex part of your overhead door system is the opener. It relies on many different electrical and mechanical parts, including a circuit board and photoelectric sensors, in order to function properly, which means there’s plenty of things that can go wrong with it. Thanks to our many years of experience, our technicians can quickly identify and repair any issue, from frayed wires to a worn out motor gear. Our technicians always bring all the replacement parts they could possibly need to every job, so they can replace any damaged components on the spot.
Avoiding Accidents And Breakdowns
In order to catch problems before they develop, we recommend scheduling regular inspections with our repair specialists. By identifying and fixing (or replacing) worn, damaged and corroded components, our team will help prevent dangerous accidents and breakdowns, and extend the service life of your overhead door system.
Schedule An Appointment Today
We can help you with any garage door related issue you’re experiencing, from dented panels to broken cables. Contact Garage Door Repair Grand Prairie today and let us take care of what's causing your system to malfunction.