Garage Door Installation
Customer Issue: Mrs. French wanted a garage door for her home that would help insulate it thoroughly, and last her for a very long time.
Our Solution: We recommended an Amarr Olympus model garage door, as our experts felt it would be a perfect fit for what Mrs. French had been looking for. Between its high R-Value and triple-layer construction, she wouldn’t have to worry about energy loss, or a lack of sturdiness, whatsoever. We slipped the rollers onto the tracks before taking care of the springs, testing the balance afterward.
Garage Door Off Track
Customer Issue: One of the customer’s tracks came loose, allowing the garage door to slip partway out.
Our Solution: Our first step was to manually raise the garage door completely off of its tracks to make room. Next, the loose tracks had to be realigned, leveled, and tightened into the walls. Our final procedure was to pick the door back up and lower it into the adjusted tracks.
Customer Issue: One of the left rollers stopped moving, putting stress on its track and making the door move unevenly.
Our Solution: Our team replaced the faulty roller. After checking to make sure the other ones were still in good shape, they lubricated the units and reconnected the opener to make sure everything worked smoothly.
Chamberlain Opener Replacement
Customer Issue: Needed a new opener.
Our Solution: Our technician recommended replacing Mr. Montgomery's opener with an ultra-quiet Chamberlain 3/4 HP opener model B750. We replaced the broken opener and then ran a complete service check to be certain that everything was working properly.
Customer Issue: Broken opener.
Our Solution: Our technician took a look at Mr. Bradley's opener and found there was electrical damage to the circuit board. He replaced the replaced the board and did a general maintenance check to make sure the entire door was working properly.
Customer Issue: Mr. Chapmans' garage door suffered a broken torsion spring.
Our Solution: We disconnected both springs and replaced them with heavy duty units. Then we tightened and balanced the door before testing it to make sure it was running safely and smoothly.