There are many different garage openers on the market, and it takes an experienced garage door opener tech to properly diagnose the garage opener and fix it properly. The most common parts that fails is the garage opener carriage assembly. If you hear your garage opener motor running, but the door is not going up (or down) than it is possible that the gears on the opener have become stripped. This stripping of garage opener gears happens over time, but is more common with older garage opener technology.
Another problem that we often run into that is not so intuitive to someone other than a garage opener professional, is when the garage opener motor needs to be replaced. As simple as this might sound, often there are components with the motor assembly (that may not be the actual motor itself) such as the garage opener receiver board.
This receiver board is the "receiving" end of the wireless transmitter for the garage opener, and it activates the actual opening and closing of the garage door. Surprisingly, this receiver unit is often manufactured as a part of the motor assemble itself and is attached directly to the motor.So, when the receiver on these types of garage openers fails, the entire garage opener motor must be replaced. Other garage opener parts that fail include the mechanical limits, safety eyes (which often get damaged due to their vulnerable location in the garage- being bumbed, etc.), driver belts, belt rails, and older models have a capacitor in the power supply that is a typical culprit of failing.
Obviously, there is much more to these seemingly simple garage opener devices than meets the eyes, and it takes an experienced garage opener technician to identify and fix the garage opener problem. That is our specialty. We can fix anything that is fixable with your garage opener- and we do it quickly and efficiently, Call us today to schedule your garage opener technician, we are sure that you will very pleased with our service.
Although there are "do it yourself" manuals available, it is recommended that servicing of a garage door opener is done by a qualified, licensed professional. The springs and other attached hardware are under high tension and can cause serious injury. A qualified garage opener professional can help you save time and money by doing it right and making sure all necessary adjustments are made and that the garage opener will be operating properly for a long period of time.
Our garage opener repair service includes the replacement of rollers, limits, safety eyes, tracks, springs, and any other garage opener parts that are necessary to get your garage door working properly. In fact, after servicing thousands of these garage door openers of every type, we can confidently say that we can fix anything fixable with your garage door opener (this also applies to the garage door ).We often have great Internet specials going on that can save you a lot of money, so be sure to see other pages on this website for all of our current garage door opener Internet coupons.
We also have a great overhead garage door service that is often included in some repairs and is often discounted with coupons- it is the garage door "tune-up". Valued at $129, this tune up is a thorough check of all your overhead garage door components to make sure that they are working properly. We also go through the overhead door system and tighten all nuts and bolts, lubricate all moving parts, align the garage opener safety eyes, adjust the limits on the garage opener (a problem that can add extra wear on your garage door and eventually break it if not set properly), test and adjust garage opener safety circuits, and test the balance of the overhead garage door. We take pride in being able to bring our many years experience in overhead garage door and garage door opener repair to helping our customers ensure that they are getting the best technical support to ensure that their overhead garage door will run smoothly for many, many years.Please feel free to visit our Garage Door Repair FAQ page, or you may post a question on our Home Improvement Forum. Of course, you can always contact us by email or phone. Thank you for your interest in Budget Garage Door Repairs.