Garage door frames and mouldings will freshen up the appearance of your garage and garage door. We offer frames in a broad assortment of finishes and widths, so you can find the perfect fit for your garage. Update or repair the hardware on your garage door with our wide selection of our garage door parts and accessories. Some of the accessories we offer include cables, hinges, reinforcement brackets, and locking door handles.
When your garage door starts acting up, more often than not it is telling you it's time to do a bit of maintenance. So, before hitting the panic button, try these simple repairs. First, examine the rollers and tracks. If you can't remember the last time you cleaned them (and they look the part!), give them a good brushing and then add some lubricant. Next, perform these simple garage door maintenance tasks.
I had an unusual problem with my door opener that totally stumped 2 previous companies. They would sell me parts that did not fix the problem. Then I tried A1 Door Garage Service. A1 was also initially stumped, but kept exploring solutions. Even refunding my cost of parts I bought that did not resolve the issue. How's THAT for great service. After about 5 visits from A1 the problem is fixed. I am very pleased. JD from A1 stuck with it and did not give up until I was satisfied with the repair, and adjusted my final bill to reflect a refund of parts I purchased that did not fix the problem.
Decided upon Precision mainly due to scheduling something fast, and able to come out on a Sunday. Chris Newman was our Technician, and proved to be very knowledgeable and courteous, and thorough. We originally called due to a broken coil spring, but Chris found other items (which he explained in detail and showed me), such as a broken bottom plate (which could have caused more issues later on). Went over various options, and repaired / replaced the equipment in a very timely manner. Would definitely call on Precision Door in the future.
Safe automatic door openers. All automatic openers must now have an auto-reversing mechanism and photoelectric eyes located near the floor on both sides of the door (see photo). If the door is closing and the beam between the eyes is interrupted, the door will automatically reverse. If the eyes aren’t connected, the door won’t operate. For instructions on how to install a new garage door opener, see How to Install a Garage Door Opener.
Installing a garage door opener with a battery backup unit is definitely an option that you should consider. This will give you peace of mind knowing that you will still be able to operate your garage door during a power outage. Garage door openers with battery backup units generally run $50-$100 more than garage door openers without this feature. This added feature is not necessary, but will ensure that your garage door opens when the power is out.
Almost all garage door openers come with a warranty. The warranty of your garage door opener will differ depending on where you purchased the product. The owner’s manual should give you the specific warranty information. Service is not covered by the warranty. If the owner chooses to have a professional service the opener or if the installation is a DIY, the warranty will not cover any repairs.
I was having an issue with my garage door that turned out to simply be the remote lockout being accidentally engaged. I called Aaron’s Garage Door Service and rather than sending a tech out and charging me for such a simple problem, they explained the solution over the phone. I really appreciate businesses with a sense of integrity like that! If I ever have a real garage door problem, I will absolutely be calling these guys!
Mechanical garage door openers can pull or push a garage door with enough force to injure or kill people and pets if they become trapped. All modern openers are equipped with “force settings” that make the door reverse if it encounters too much resistance while closing or opening. Any garage door opener sold in the United States after 1992 requires safety eyes—sensors that prevent the door from closing if obstructed. Force settings should cause a door to stop or reverse on encountering more than approximately 20 lbs (9.07 kg) of resistance. Safety eyes should be installed a maximum of six inches above the ground. Many garage door injuries, and nearly all garage door related property damage, can be avoided by following these precautions.
A common material for a new garage door is steel sheet formed or stamped to look like a raised panel wooden door. Steel doors are available in uninsulated, insulated, and double skin steel. A design mimicking carriage house doors has become popular since early 2000s, and many manufacturers clad the exterior of a steel door with composite, vinyl boards, or other trim to give it the appearance of wood.
Garage door sensors 1 are safety devices that prevent the garage door from closing on people, cars, pets, or anything that may get in its way. Garage door sensors 1 are located at the side of the door opening and produce a beam of infrared light. If the beam that runs from one side to the other is interrupted, the door will automatically reverse before hitting the object. Garage door sensors 1 can be purchased separately and average in price from $50-$100.
Whether it be a plain white single car garage door, or an apartment complex with 100 garage doors, no project is out of our reach! We take as much pride installing a basic garage door as we do with a custom wood door. Our technicians and installers are capable of handling any job. With our decades of experience we have run into every possible problem imaginable, so there really is nothing we haven’t seen. If you are thinking about installing garage doors in your home you can count on us to give you undivided focus to help cater to your project.
One way to control the opening and closing of your garage door is by using a remote. The remotes are often handy keychain-sized controls, perfect for storing in your purse or right in your car. The remote controls are programmed using “rolling” codes. This makes it harder for thieves or burglars to get access to your security code and break in. The garage door will only function using the appropriate transmitters with assigned codes. Remote controls are included in the package when purchasing a garage door opener. If they are misplaced or broken, the cost of purchasing a replacement remote control for your garage door averages between $25 and $50.
Brian Printz showed up on time and was very polite and professional, He performed a complete door overhaul in less than an hour, during the door overhaul the rollers were replaced also, I will have to say II have never heard such a quiet door when lifting or closing. I am very happy. The price was a little more than expected but the way I look at it another spring will eventually brake and it will be covered under the lifetime warranty.
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Installing a garage door opener requires knowledge so that it can be installed properly. Hiring a professional electrician to do the job is a good idea. Installing a garage door opener includes the following: preparation of all the main parts (the rails 2, trolley, motor component), attaching the blocking and bracket 3, installation of additional features (safety rope, light bulb, keypad, safety sensors 1), and testing to ensure that the door runs smoothly and the remotes are functioning properly.
In the market for overhead garage doors? Browse our selection of Pella garage doors. You'll find many options for single garage doors, double garage doors, insulated garage doors and even roll up garage doors. Lowe’s also carries garage door screens—great for those who love to spend hours in the garage, but don’t want to deal with the bugs and pests that invite themselves in. We also carry garage door hardware, garage door springs, garage door decorative hardware and garage door sensors, and don’t forget to ask about our garage door installation and garage door opener installation. Once you've decided a garage door fits your home, you'll need to find the garage door opener that works best for you. At Lowe’s, we carry Genie garage door openers, Chamberlain garage door openers and SOMMER garage door openers that will work seamlessly with your garage doors. We now offer a garage door opener that's compatible with your Iris home automation system, too. Whether you prefer opening your garage with a garage door remote or garage door keypad, you'll find it at Lowe’s. Our selection of garage remotes includes everything from universal garage door remotes to specific brands like Chamberlain garage door opener remotes and Chamberlain garage door keypads. We also carry backup batteries, nylon garage door rollers, garage door parts, garage door opener parts and rail extensions to make sure your garage door is in good working order. Plus, we even offer garage door installations services, which include garage door spring repair and replacements, and garage door cable repair and replacements. We can also replace your garage door weather seal, also known as garage door threshold seals, and install a new garage door opener battery.