Whether you're planning on moving in the future or you're fixing up your forever home, replacing a garage door can provide an excellent return on investment and boost your home's resale value. According to Remodeling magazine's 2016 Cost vs. Value report, garage door upgrades provide a nationwide average return on investment of over 90%, making it one of the top five home improvement projects. To learn more about the cost of installing garage doors, visit our garage door and opener installation and repair cost guide.
With hundreds of moving parts that are all required to work together, it's no surprise that garage doors may need occasional repair and maintenance. Garage door repair services are also required in emergency situations, like when the garage door won't operate and the car is trapped inside or you've accidentally backed into the door when it was closed. Whether it's a specific repair of your garage door opener, a broken spring that needs to be replaced, or a bent or rusted track, The Home Depot's local, licensed service providers can get the job done quickly and efficiently.
The first safety feature is an automatic reversal system within the garage door opener itself. If the door is closing and an obstruction or solid object is detected – usually anything that slows or stops the door’s normal operation – the door should automatically stop and return to the open position. The U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission has required a reversing safety feature on all new garage door openers manufactured since 1991.
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.
"The doors, tracks and openers were installed in a few hours. They look great and add so much to our exterior as well as quiet and warmer in the garage. The technicians tweaked the pad installation as we needed. They were on time, professional and courteous. I give them 5 stars. My only ding on performance was filling up our rolling recycle bin with intact noses that we had to pull out and break down. I thought the boxes would have been hauled away."
Our highly skilled technicians are specialists in every aspect of garage door repair including broken springs, rollers, and door remotes as well as garage door opener replacement and new door installation. We offer great prices and fast service in Buford, GA and throughout Gwinnett, North Fulton, Cobb, Cherokee, Forsyth, Hall, North DeKalb, Barrow, Bartow, Dawson, Gilmer, Gordon, Lumpkin, Pickens, Walton and Whitfield Counties.
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.
2. The safety sensors may need adjustment or realignment. Near the bottom of the door track on both sides are electronic eyes that require a clear line of view between them. If the sightlines are clear between the eyes, the door will close smoothly all the way to the floor. However, if anything is blocking the sightline, or if the brackets holding the electronic eyes are out of alignment, the door will fail to descend all the way. In most cases, the door will stop or reverse, and lights will flash to tell you there is a problem. 
A garage door has a huge impact on your home. It’s the largest moving part of your home. it’s more than a garage door though, it’s also the second front door to your home. It enhances the curb appeal, energy efficiency, and security for your home. Don’t trust anyone else but the experts at Overhead Door Company of Pueblo™. We are the best garage door repair and service company in the Pueblo area, with the most experienced, professional, and courteous technicians. Our team of garage door technicians will repair all your broken springs, openers, and doors! When you’re ready to give your home a makeover, Overhead Door Company of Pueblo™ has the highest quality garage doors in the area.
"Nathan was courteous and professional. He arrived on time and installed the garage door opener with no probelms. He tuned up our old garage door opener and installed it on our third car garage. He also added the new garage door opener to our cars for home link. I will call on Nathan for all my garage/ garage door opener needs and recommend him to my friends and neighbors."
Not only was the upward-lifting garage door and the electric garage door opener invented by Overhead Door Corporation’s founder C.G Johnson in the 1920s, but we also have a tradition in excellence for garage door repair, service and maintenance. Even with the most reliable products problems can arise and when they do it’s important to know who to contact to fix these issues while providing solutions to prevent future complications.

It’s been more than 30 years since we first started serving the Bakersfield area and all of Kern County, CA, and our approach has remained the same for these three-plus decades: we take care of your garage door needs as quickly and professionally as possible. Here’s a look at what you can expect when you choose King Door for Kern County garage door repair services:
Step 5: Check for loose hardware, and tighten as needed. On swing-up doors, check the plates where the spring is mounted to be sure the screws are tight, and tighten any loose screws. On roll-up doors, check the hinges that hold the sections of the door together; tighten any loose screws, and replace any damaged hinges. Sagging at one side of the door can often be corrected by servicing the hinges. If a screw hole is enlarged, replace the screw with a longer one of the same diameter, and use a hollow fiber plug, dipped in carpenters' glue, with the new screw. If the wood is cracked at a hinge, remove the hinge and fill the cracks and the screw holes with wood filler. Let the filler dry and then replace the hinge. If possible, move the hinge onto solid wood.
Because your garage door is a major entryway to your home, it is important to keep it in good working order for your own safety, security, and convenience. Choosing the right style and appropriate materials will lessen the amount of repairs that may arise. Additionally, investing in regular maintenance can be cost-effective in the long run. If your garage door is in need of major repair, it is best to call a professional garage door repair company for assistance. Typically, the company will charge for at least one hour for making a service call. However, the benefits of a professional repair job can well outweigh any costs, as a professional can ensure the safety, security, and proper operation of your garage door.
We know that you can oftentimes experience issues with your garage doors at the most inconven-ient times — sometimes in the worst weather and even during the odd hours at night. The thing is, these problems are not just inconvenient but can also be dangerous and cause accidents. That is why, we do not recommend hiring amateurs or adopting DIY solutions. We are available 24 hours, 7 days a week to address all your garage door needs. Our 24-Hour Emergency Garage Door Service comes with the highest quality service at the lowest possible price. What’s more, our technicians will give you on-site FREE cost estimates. To get the best value for your money, get in touch with us for your emergency garage door needs.
The tech that serviced your door must not understand simple mechanics. The tracks do not move, so they do not need to be lubricated. All that does is make a mess. The rollers and hinges DO move, so it is logical to lubricate them, at the hinge barrel or pivot point, and in the little area near the stem of the rollers where you can see the bearings. Adding a bit of lube to the torsion spring also cuts down on the friction between the coils and makes the spring glide easier. However, too much will make it spritz out lube as the door opens and closes, and that it less than desirable. Same thing for pulleys on an extension spring door.
Step 5: Check for loose hardware, and tighten as needed. On swing-up doors, check the plates where the spring is mounted to be sure the screws are tight, and tighten any loose screws. On roll-up doors, check the hinges that hold the sections of the door together; tighten any loose screws, and replace any damaged hinges. Sagging at one side of the door can often be corrected by servicing the hinges. If a screw hole is enlarged, replace the screw with a longer one of the same diameter, and use a hollow fiber plug, dipped in carpenters' glue, with the new screw. If the wood is cracked at a hinge, remove the hinge and fill the cracks and the screw holes with wood filler. Let the filler dry and then replace the hinge. If possible, move the hinge onto solid wood.

Containment cables. When old extension springs break, the springs and cables become heavy whips that damage cars and even injure people. To solve the whipping problem, manufacturers now offer containment cables that run through the center of side-mounted extension springs. If you have extension springs and don’t plan to replace your door, make sure the springs have these containment cables, or have a professional install them.
Fiberglass and vinyl garage doors are composite units, combining a steel core behind a fiberglass or vinyl skin. They have also polyurethane insulated base sections, or other type of foam insulation. These premium doors can match steel garage doors, and be a realistic imitation of wood (namely fiberglass units), but they may be more expensive than steel units.
Garage door manufacturers typically produce garage doors fitted with torsion springs that provide a minimum of 10,000 to 15,000 cycles and are guaranteed for three to seven years. One cycle is a single opening and closing sequence. Most manufacturers offer a 30,000 cycle spring. However, it is important to remember that if the weight of the garage door is increased by adding glass, additional insulation, or even several coats of paint, the life of the torsion spring may be greatly reduced. Additionally, springs at highly humid environments, such as coastal regions tend to have a significantly shorter cycle life, due to the corrosive cracking.
The Overhead Door Company of Pueblo™ has been proudly serving customers since 1957. We invented the Overhead Garage Door, and have earned our position as the number one choice for garage door in Pueblo. The Overhead Door Company of Pueblo™ takes pride in our quick, courteous, and professional specialists who will repair your garage door problem, anywhere, any day, any time! All of our garage door repair technicians are trained to meet our very high quality standards. Join the thousands of satisfied customers that have trusted the Red Ribbon Overhead Door Company of Pueblo™.
Single panel doors can also be installed with (one piece track type hardware) that folds the door back with a single horizontal track on each side (which is mounted at the top of the wood frame) and a roller, (mounted to the top of the door on each side. A hinge on each side that attaches to the bottom of each side of garage door. Using track hardware, a car can be parked much closer to the door, as the whole door, when in the open position, rests completely inside of the garage door header. Track type hardware has much less arc when raising and lowering the garage door as opposed jamb type hardware.[citation needed]
It is precisely on those coldest days of the year when you most need and appreciate the convenience of opening and closing your garage door quickly. Sadly, that's exactly the kind of day when moisture and cold can conspire to make this difficult. Garage doors can and do freeze to the garage floor. Sometimes it is just a minor icy connection between the two that can be broken when you hit the opener button. If the door refuses to budge on the first attempt, though, resist the urge to keep banging on the automatic opener button. This is likely to cause a more serious problem with the garage door opener—including, but not limited to, stripped gears, broken springs, and a burned-out motor on the opener.
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