Our experts answer the common questions regarding automatic garage door systems and their components – is there something missing? Just get in touch - we'll be able to help you out with any issue you might be experiencing.
Can I repair my own garage door?
While there may be a few maintenance tasks repairs that a homeowner can safely undertake alone, most of the time we recommend that all repairs are made by our experienced technicians. Not only are garage door mechanisms dangerous to tamper with but you can easily void your manufacturer's warranty or cause damage that can be even more expensive to repair than the problem you started with. At the first sign of trouble, call our expert service team to save you money, time and frustration.
How do I make my chain drive opener less noisy?
If you're struggling with a noisy chain drive opener, the first thing we'd recommend trying is cleaning and lubricating the chain. If it appears to be very worn, it should be replaced. It is also possible to replace the mounting brackets of the motor unit with vibration-absorbing ones. In general, the replacement of worn overhead door parts and the lubrication of all moving parts will help to reduce noise levels even further.
Can I use my old opener with a new door?
If the right kind, it is possible to use an older opener with your new garage door, regardless of how old it is. However, it is recommended that you first make sure with us, there are a number of things that need to be considered here – the opener needs to match the weight, material, size of your door and more.
What do I do with a garage door that has no insulation?
Remember that insulation is essential to your garage and can also bring down the cost of your overall energy bill. No need to waste money unnecessarily. You can purchase insulation kits and attempt to apply it yourself or contact our experts to look after the insulation for you. We particularly recommend this in areas prone to high or cold temperatures throughout the year.