The Garage Door is one of the things that should work the same way every day; you push the button on the remote control and the Garage Door Opener turns on and the door begins to open. You pull your car in the Garage and push the wall button and the door begins to close. This process happens more often in the day than most people realize and eventually something will break down. With such a large moving piece of equipment there are a lot of different moving parts and many of these things have a lot of strong tension on them. If you go to push the button on your remote and the door starts going up and suddenly something snaps and the door goes crooked you may have just had a Garage Door Cable break.
We all know what it is like living in Minnesota during the winter time; it gets colder, the snow flies, and the roads and driveways ice over. When the driving conditions get icy in the winter time accidents do happen, including the chance that you may run in to your own Garage Door due to slippery conditions. In some cases we may be able to repair the damaged sections and get them working properly again but if the damage is too severe you may need to have your door completely replaced. In Woodbury, MN we had this very instance occur where the customer had ice on their driveway and slid right in to the door. It was a townhouse community with housing association rules that required this Garage Door to be fully replaced. Garage Door Repair Company was able to come out and assess the damage and provide a replacement within 24 hours of the initial contact.
Garage Door Openers are something that are often taken for granted these days, we have become so accustomed to automated doors that we never really think about them until they break. Especially living in Maplewood, MN the cold temperatures can create havoc on our automated openers. One of our customers in this area had suffered a Broken Spring on their Garage Door and because of the cold weather their opener went down at the same time. We were able to come out within 24 hours of the initial contact and replace both torsion springs and install a new Garage Door Opener. This customer now has peace of mind that their Garage Door and Opener will continue to work for years to come.