If you want to extend the lifespan of your automatic garage door system, then our experts have some tips to offer you. You can check them out below. Make sure to reach out to us if you have any questions.
If your garage door opener remote isn’t working, check the batteries
If you try to open your garage door with the remote and it isn't responding, the first thing you should try is replacing the batteries. You'd be surprised how often people forget to check them. If you do replace the batteries and find that you still can't use your opener, you need to try the wall-switch. If the unit still won't respond, there could be a more complex problem at hand. It's best that you let our experts take it from there.
If your garage door slams shut, don't try to reopen it
One of the most obvious signs that your garage door spring broke is if the door comes crashing down with a bang. If you experience this type of scenario, you must not try to open the door back up, manually or remotely. The entire thing could collapse. Give our team a call right away and our repair specialists will come to the rescue.
Keep your garage door clean
While regular professional cleaning is not necessary, it is a good idea to try and keep your garage door and it's surroundings clean. This will help limit malfunctions due to dirty sensors or blocked tracks. A nifty leaf blower will help you remove dirt, debris, and bugs from areas such as rollers, hinges, and tracks. Keeping these areas clean will aid in the smooth functioning of your door in the long run.