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Install the vertical roller tracks first by wrapping the curved lip around the rollers. The top of these tracks should be approximately 8 in. below the top of the top section. Wait to install the upper tracks until this step is complete. Check the level of the top section to make sure the tops of the vertical roller tracks are level with each other. The bottom of the roller tracks should be at least 1/8 in. off the concrete floor. After leveling and mounting these tracks, install the upper roller (horizontal) tracks.
Both springs broke on my double door, and I had no idea who to call. I asked my smart phone for garage door repairs and they gave me one company listed in Lebanon. I called and set up an appointment with the tech and he said he would be there in an hour. After 4 hours I called and they got me to the tech and here is what he said after my 4 hour wait: "We can't do that, you will need to call someone else." I asked if he needed to reschedule, and he said, "No, call some other company." My temperature was high and I looked on my computer and Precision came up on the screen. I looked it over real good, checked the reviews and called them on Saturday morning. They said a tech could be out by noon. The tech called at 10:30 and said he could be here by 11am if that was alright. It was. John showed up at 11, we greeted each other, I felt good as soon as I met him. He looked over the door, sure enough both springs broke, cable off. He gave me 3 options: just fix the springs and cable; do that and change out the rollers which were clearly rusted and lots of play; and do that with a life-time warranty. No pressure, he was ready to do whatever I said. I told him the first option for now, and he went right to work. My wife and I discussed that our door was over 14 years old and has had no maintenance at all, and we decided to have the warranty. No problem. John was through and thorough in no time at all. The door sounded amazing, we had gotten so used to the noise, until it was not there any more - smooth and quiet and efficient. I am so thankful the other company blew me off, so that I came in contact with Precision. Great job. I will recommend them to everyone. 5 STARS ALL THE WAY!

It's also possible that the circuit breaker, fuse, or GFCI controlling the door opener circuit has tripped or burned out. If you find that other lights or electrical circuits in the garage aren't operating, this is the likely cause, and you'll need to reset the breaker or GFCI or replace the burned-out fuse. If the circuit breaker or GFCI is tripping repeatedly, it's a sign that there is a short circuit somewhere in the system—possibly even the garage door opener itself. 
A garage door is a large door on a garage that opens either manually or by an electric motor (a garage door opener). Garage doors are frequently large enough to accommodate automobiles and other vehicles. Small garage doors may be made in a single panel that tilts up and back across the garage ceiling. Larger doors are usually made in several jointed panels that roll up on tracks across the garage ceiling, or into a roll above the doorway. The operating mechanism is spring-loaded or counterbalanced to offset the weight of the door and reduce human or motor effort required to operate the door. Less commonly, some garage doors slide or swing horizontally. Doors are made of wood, metal, or fiberglass, and may be insulated to prevent heat loss. Warehouses, bus garages and locomotive sheds have larger versions.

The lightweight design also causes a decrease in the insulation of these doors, so individuals that live in colder climates may want to consider other options for their garage door needs.  Fiberglass does not corrode when subjected to salt-water like some other door styles out there.  Individuals that live in coastal areas will find this feature beneficial for their needs.
One aspect of hiring a garage door professional that differs, however, is emergency service. If you need after-hours or weekend service for a damaged or malfunctioning garage door or opener, be sure to ask your garage door contractor upfront about emergency service call fees, which can cost hundreds more than regular services. Unless it’s absolutely necessary, you may save significant money by scheduling garage door repairs and services during normal business hours.
Vinyl constructed garage doors are designed from the same materials as siding and window casements that you see on many homes.  This is a material that is lightweight and easy to work with.  Homeowners will find that vinyl is available in a wide range of color selections that will match the look of their home.  Vinyl can crack and bend out of shape if not properly taken care of.
Whether your garage door problem requires a replacement or repair of the door itself or any of its components, our technicians will be able to advise you on the most cost-effective and appropriate solution. We oftentimes get called for quick fixes of broken garage door springs, broken rollers and bent garage door tracks; repairs of garage door openers and cables; replacements of garage door drums and panels; insulation installation as well as tune-ups and inspection. Whatever is the prob-lem with your garage door, we can definitely handle it. Our team of technicians are highly trained and experienced in any type of emergency garage door service. Whatever the make or model, they will be able to diagnose the problem, offer you solutions and immediately fix the issues. They do it well and they do it fast. That’s A1 service for you! 

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.

If your garage door's spring breaks, stops working properly, or snaps, you'll lose the ability to open and close your garage door. This could happen due to a variety of issues, like normal wear and tear or from extreme temperature changes in a short amount of time. Spring replacements require a quick response from a garage door provider near you. Contact The Home Depot and a local, background-checked technician will respond within 24 hours.

Steel garage doors are one of the most durable options that can be chosen for the home. These doors should carry at least a 24 gauge rating for strength.  Steel can be painted or purchased with a backed on finish that will complement the color scheme of a home’s exterior.  Steel garage doors can be good deterrents for would be thieves that want to gain access to the home through the garage.  Steel doors can be quite heavy due to the materials used to construct them.

Just in case you still want to know: You could glue foam panels to the inside of the door, but it would be better to just pressure fit them in place to avoid the weight of the glue. Any weight that you add to the door has the very real potential to unbalance the door. If the springs were a little "hot" or strong to start with, it may not be a bad thing to add weight. If the springs were the right ones, even a few pounds will un-balance the door. If they were too weak to start with, any additional weight is going to make it worse.
Center and level the first section after you install the brackets. The door must be level even if the floor isn’t, so use shims under the section to level it. The rubber gasket on the bottom section will fill the gaps created by an unlevel floor. To hold the level in place, tape it to the section. To hold the section in place, lightly toenail a 16d nail into the frame and bend it over the section. Add brackets and rollers before setting them in place and stack one section on top of another, toenailing as you go up.
After you’ve ordered your new garage door, we’ll perform a site inspection to confirm your door size. We’ll contact you to schedule the installation, and our professional installers will do the rest. They’ll deliver your door, take down the old door, reconnect your opener if there is one, seal your perimeter and provide a final walk-through where they’ll clean up the area and haul away your old door. Additional fees for haul away may apply in some markets. We are happy to provide answers to questions you may have at the time of your garage door and opener installation.
When your home or business depends on garage door repair in Bakersfield for everyday convenience, security, and dependability, the need for repairs can be a serious slowdown in your life. That’s why King Door Company offers Kern County residents and business the best garage door repairs and other services, completed by a team of expert professionals who can quickly and effectively fix garage doors in Bakersfield and the surrounding communities in Kern County.
If you're like most people shopping for a new garage door you want to accomplish 3 things: Get a really good idea how your new door will look on your home before you buy it. Show it to people you trust to get their opinion and get a price quote. You probably would also like to do all of this quickly and without any sales pressure. If that's true you're in the right spot. The Precision Door Designer will allow you to find the right style door, share a picture of it on Facebook and email your selected options for a free price quote. All in less than 10 Minutes! Select a collection to begin or continue reading to learn more.
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