Openers installation

Need A Pro To Install Your Garage Door Opener?

Openers can be delicate technical objects or simple mechanical tools and precision is important in implementing it securely. We help you decide what’s the most suitable option for your garage door and explain how it all works in detail so you can operate your door effortlessly.

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A garage door consists of many moving parts, which need to work together precisely to guarantee that your doors are opening safely and reliably. All of our products are brand new and were designed and produced in the United States to ensure American quality.

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We have collected some frequently asked questions, and we hope that these will be beneficial for you.
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  • What size garage door rollers do I need?
    Garage door rollers are the little wheels on the side of your door “driving” the door up and down while it opens and closes. Maintaining your rollers is important for the optimal movement of your garage door. There are different kinds of material and sizes for rollers, and the most common size is a 2″ rollers by a 4″ stem. The stem is set by the need of the door set-up. Some doors need a longer stem. The stem can be 7″, 10″, or even longer. The materials for the rollers can be plastic, steel, and nylon. Usually, when you buy a new door or a new house, the manufacturer will provide the basic plastic rollers which are the lowest grade. They should be replaced after 2 years of operation as they tend to wear out faster than higher grade rollers. The better the rollers are, the quieter your door will be, and the smoother it will operate. We carry high-grade rollers as a standard.
  • Is garage door covered by homeowners warranty company?
    Garage doors are usually not covered under your homeowner’s warranty company. However, the opener is usaually covered by most warranty companies (included with your home appliances). If you have a homeowner warranty you should check if the garage door opener is listed in your policy. If it is listed, you can call your warranty company and they will send a garage door company that works with them. The warranty company may or may not cover all your garage door opener repair/replace depending on your policy and the cause for the damage.
  • How do I reset my garage door keypad?
    There are different kinds and brands of wireless keyless entry system, Keypad. While resetting and programming can change based on the brand, model, and year, the idea is the same for all. Follow the instructions on the keypad manual/sticker which show how to program/reset it, find the “Learn” button on the back or the side of your opener, and press it. After pressing the “Learn” button you will see a flashing light for about 30 seconds. After preparing your keypad and opener to learn/program mode, you should type in the new code you desire and press “Enter”. After pressing “Enter” you will see the light bulb (might be located under a cover) on your garage door opener blinks. That means that your new code is set.
  • How do you lubricate a garage door opener belt?
    In order to lubricate a garage door opener’s belt, you need to use the appropriate lubricant that will not ruin the belt. We recommend using lithium or silicone-based spray and go over the whole belt, rail, and trolley every 4-6 months. If you want to lubricate the opener sprocket you should use white grease.
  • How do I know if I need a new garage door opener?
    Five of these most common signs are: Excessive noise: With age, the motor in your opener will have more and more trouble pulling the same garage door open. If you notice the opener is making more noise than usual, including creaking, squeaking or clanking, it’s time to talk to a professional.
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