If you have some question about how your garage door works or what you can do to take care of it, then you should take a look at the following list of FAQs.
Which type of garage door is best for me?
Every homeowner has their own unique needs when it comes to choosing the right garage door for their household; factors can include style, level of noise, energy efficiency and level of maintenance required. If you're not sure which door to go for, our team can help present the options available to you.
What can I do if my opener unit stops working even though the motor is running?
The issue, in this case, is most probably with the drive. This usually happens when the chain, belt or screw drive are damaged or broken. Repair or replacement of the broken part will probably be required to solve the problem.
Which is better - extension or torsion springs?
In general, extension springs are more suitable for lighter garage doors - they come in pairs attached to either side of the door. They are a good choice for most standard models, while a torsion spring is recommended for bigger and heavier doors. Both types of springs require the same in terms of lubrication maintenance so there isn't really a better or worse option, just what's most appropriate for your system.