Rusted Cables and Brackets

 

No matter where you are located, no matter what the problem, Garage Door Repair Company can provide Same Day Repairs. In Ham Lake, MN we had a customer that had just come home from work and went to open their Garage Door and something made a loud snapping noise and the whole door went crooked. We were able to have a technician out within an hour after she had contacted us and found that she had a broken cable due to some rusty brackets and rollers. Broken Cables and Broken Springs are the most common type of repair this time of year with the cold weather; it can be somewhat dangerous to make these repairs yourself and can also take a lot of time. We can usually complete these repairs in under an hour and help get your day and your door back on track.

Common Causes of Broken Cables

Broken Cables will usually happen very unexpectedly because they are located in an area that is not the most visible. It is also not something many home owners are thinking about on a daily basis so when something like this does happen it can really throw off your day. There are a few minor things you can do to try and avoid this happening unexpectedly:

  • Having your door tuned up regularly
  • Lubrication of all moving parts
  • Precision Bearing Rollers to reduce friction
  • Watch for any rust
  • Using Stainless Steel Cables
  • Replace any fraying cables

These are just a few things you can watch for to avoid any unexpected and costly repairs but if you are caught off guard make sure to call Garage Door Repair Company at 612-886-9606 first and we will guarantee Same Day Service.

Repairs that Last

At Garage Door Repair Company we will always give your whole Garage Door a tune up while we are at your home because we don’t want to fix one thing and then have to come back a month later because we missed something. We want to provide repairs that will last and we guarantee all of our work with parts and labor warranties so you have peace of mind that if we don’t get the job right the first time you won’t be spending more out of your pocket. Visit our contact page and find out what we can do for you today.

Navigating COVID-19

We are still open as an essential business

To our valued customers,

As we continue to learn more about COVID-19 and as other businesses start to re-open, our team at Garage Door Repair Company would like to express our concern for all those who have been affected. Our employees and our customers are our top priority , and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

We have been closely monitoring the situation since it began and fully support all precautions being taken to prevent any further spread of the virus. Garage Door Repair Company has remained open and in full operation as we understand how important it may be to your daily lives to have a fully functional Garage Door. However, in response to this public health emergency, we’ve implemented a few changes to our policies to help prevent the spread:

  • Our technicians will practice social distancing rather than shaking hands at the door.
  • Estimates and repair recommendations can be done remotely or over the phone while our customers stay inside or quarantined.
  • Preferably all payments will be made by credit card rather than by check.
  • We will continue to clean up after ourselves, wash our hands, and use hand sanitizer often.

The nature of our industry allows us a lot of flexibility in these times as most of our technicians are working in one to two man crews which is well under the guidelines that have been laid out before us. We even have the ability to complete all work without any face to face interactions and take payments over the phone.

We thank you for working with us as we navigate this situation.

Update 4/7/20: Josh Dutcher Joins SKOR North on PodcastOne

Josh Dutcher Owner of Garage Door Repair Company MN with Essential Business Update

With kind regards,

Josh Dutcher, Alex Johantgen, & The Entire GDRC Team
612-886-9606
Info@GarageDoorRepairCoMN.com

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