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Considering how much homeowners use their garage doors on a daily basis, it is inevitable that there will be some needed repairs along the way. A bent garage door track can cause rollers to derail. Loose cables can slip off the drum and cause the door to become imbalanced. Older bearings and rollers also need regular lubrication in order to continue to work properly. Even tough torsion springs that are engineered for maximum performance can eventually require some attention. The good news is that most repairs are fairly minor, which means less time and money to get any door up and working properly.
Beyond Cables and Tracks
Other common repairs include replacing broken bottom seals, realigning safety sensors and addressing electrical issues. The weatherstripping that runs along the bottom of your door is a small, yet essential part of protecting your garage from the elements. This component can easily wear and crack over time, which can allow moisture to enter the garage and reduce the insulating effects of the door. Replacing worn strips can significantly improve the doors performance. Safety sensors can become misaligned overtime. If they are not able to communicate properly, the door will not shut. Finally, electrical malfunctions due to worn wires or old batteries are another common problem. Fortunately, all these common issues are easy to address and remedied All it takes is the right expert with the best tools and experience.
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