Garage Door Installation
Considering getting a brand new garage door installed? We’ve been replacing and installing many garage doors for over 10 years. Our team can install steel, aluminum, sectional, rolling, and wood doors for homes and businesses.
If you haven’t decided what kind of door you want to install, don’t worry, we’ll help you with picking out a garage door that is right for your home or business that is within your budget. Our team gives detailed estimates, and we guarantee our work with a 100% money back guarantee!
For more information, call us now at (561) 420-0292!
New Garage Door Opener Installation
Garage door openers are designed to open and close your garage door so you can safely enter and exit your residence or business.
Belt Drive Garage Door Opener:
They are extremely popular because of their noiseless movement, as well as the optional emergency battery backup system that can be used during a power outage. The disadvantage of the Belt Drive opener is that it is also the most expensive opener on the market.
Screw Drive Garage Door Opener:
They provide for smooth operation in extreme fluctuating temperatures and they work best on heavier doors.
Chain Drive Garage Door Opener:
They are extremely durable and are the most inexpensive, but they’re also louder than the other openers on the market. While you might save some money over the other models, you’ll make up for it in terms of the noise factor.
Jackshaft Garage Door Opener:
They are great for garages with limited ceiling space. They’re mounted on the side of the garage door. The downside to owning this opener is that it’s almost as expensive as the Belt Drive openers.
Garage Door Springs
Springs are an important part of your garage door. Without garage door springs, the opener would have a hard time lifting up the garage door. Springs serve as a counterbalance to help with smoothly opening and closing the door.
The two different types of garage door springs include:
Extension Springs are heavy duty springs that are located above the tracks on both sides and they’re cheaper. The life of the springs can be extended by lubricating them with garage door lubricant.
Torsion Springs are attached above the garage door in a closed state: they’re much thicker than the extension springs and are tightly wound to produce a lot of tension.
Torsion springs are difficult, not to mention extremely dangerous to repair or install. There’s an enormous amount of tension on the springs which should only be repaired or replaced by a trained professional. Not knowing how to work with these springs can result in severe bodily injury or worse! Take the guesswork out of maintaining your garage door springs, and don’t put your health and safety at risk. Let a qualified technician take care of them. Call us now to set up an appointment!