Before assuming your garage is full-on broken, it’s also wise to pull the opener's emergency release cord first to ensure it still opens and closes the way it should manually. If the door moves okay manually but not when you try to operate it with the opener, it means that the opener is the source of the problem here. Issues our service helps with include wall switch replacement, receiver installation of replacement, sensor replacement, circuit board replacement, removing old sockets, trolley carriage replacement, main gear drive replacement, and trolley adjustment. Because our company’s technicians are experienced at working with a variety of different brands and different systems, we can get the job done efficiently.
In general, opener repairs are fairly simple, though if you’re experiencing a problem with the wiring it’s best to have a technician come out to do the work rather than doing it on your own. A common issue with opener remotes is batteries. A weak battery might make the remote less responsive, so you should try and first replace the batteries. If this doesn't work, but the opener works with a different remote – you need to have it fixed or replaced. If the opener doesn't work with any remote at all, but does with the clicker connected to it – the problem is definitely with the receiver. Being both a mechanical and electronic device, it’s expected that garage openers have their fair share of issues, but many of the problems your opener deals with are in fact avoidable through proper maintenance. An older opener, though, may need minor part replacements or even an upgrade. Not sure what your garage opener needs? Have us do the work for you any time!Back To Our Services