Routine Repair Information For Garage Doors And Openers.

If you need repairs done on your garage door or opener, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve been repairing and installing Metro Atlanta garage doors for over 10 years. Most repairs are typically related to the examples listed below. If the trouble you’re having sounds like any of the following, give us a call. Tell us what’s going on, and we’ll give you an estimate over the phone. Our $19.99 service call also covers diagnosis of problems with your garage door or opener by one of our experienced technicians.

Same day service is typically available for the following types of service calls, as well.

We service all major brands of overhead doors and openers, commercial and residential.

  • Broken Springs

Garage Door Spring Repair for Metro Atlanta
Torsion Spring on Garage Door

This happens to everyone sooner or later.  When the spring breaks, the garage door usually seems to be stuck in the down position.  You may have heard the spring break, or have seen the separation in the coils. We normally recommend replacing both springs on the door. Lifetime warranties are available. Contact us by phone or online for a quote on spring replacement.

  • Garage door has come off the tracks/broken cable.

Sometimes the garage door can come completely off its tracks. Rollers can fall out of hinges, and cables can break. This can make the door become wedged or unlevel. It’s definitely time to call a professional company if you have a situation like this on your hands.

  • The opener isn’t working or makes a strange noise.

Openers can malfunction for a number of reasons. Because there are many different kinds of parts needed for different openers, we try to keep our service vehicles well stocked. This means that we can usually repair any opener problem in just one trip to your home. Contact us if you have questions about your specific situation.

  • The garage door won’t go down.

Atlanta Garage Door Opener Safety Sensor Eye Repair
Garage Door Opener Safety Sensor Eye

If you’re having trouble getting your door to close, check to see if the safety eyes are out of alignment. These are installed at the bottom of the garage’s opening, on either side. They must be pointed at each other in order for the door to close. For more info, take a look at our post about openers.