Garage Door Tune Up
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Enhancing Performance and Longevity
Comprehensive Garage Door Tune-Up
Signs Your Garage Door Needs a Tune-Up
Unusual Noises: If you notice grinding, squeaking, or popping sounds when your garage door operates, it may indicate the need for lubrication and adjustments.
Slow or Jerky Movement: A garage door that moves slowly or exhibits jerky movements may benefit from a tune-up to address issues with the tracks, rollers, or springs.
Uneven Closing or Opening: If your garage door closes or opens unevenly, it could signal misaligned tracks or other issues that a tune-up can resolve.
Lack of Smooth Operation: Ideally, your garage door should operate smoothly without any jolts or hesitations. A tune-up ensures that all components are in optimal condition.
Our Approach to Garage Door Tune-Up Services
1. Lubrication of Moving Parts:
We apply a high-quality, silicone-based lubricant to all moving parts, including rollers, hinges, springs, and tracks. Proper lubrication reduces friction, minimizes wear, and ensures smooth operation.
2. Inspection of Springs and Cables:
Our technicians thoroughly inspect the garage door springs and cables for signs of wear, fraying, or damage. We address any issues promptly to prevent potential safety hazards.
3. Track Alignment and Roller Inspection:
Misaligned tracks or damaged rollers can impact the door’s movement. We conduct a comprehensive inspection, realign tracks as needed, and replace damaged rollers for optimal performance.
4. Tightening of Hardware:
Regular usage can lead to the loosening of nuts, bolts, and other hardware. We tighten all necessary hardware to ensure the structural integrity of your garage door.
5. Balance and Tension Adjustment:
Maintaining the proper balance and tension of your garage door is crucial for its longevity. Our technicians adjust the spring tension to ensure optimal balance and performance.
Preventive Maintenance Tips for Garage Door Owners
To extend the lifespan of your garage door and prevent issues, consider the following preventive maintenance tips:
Regular Lubrication: Apply a silicone-based lubricant to all moving parts every six months to reduce friction and enhance smooth operation.
Visual Inspections: Regularly visually inspect your garage door for signs of wear, damage, or misalignment. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.
Test Safety Features: Periodically test the safety features of your garage door, including the auto-reverse function. If any issues are detected, seek professional assistance.
Professional Tune-ups: Schedule professional garage door tune-ups at least once a year. Professional technicians can identify and address potential issues before they become major problems.
Serving the Greater Denver Areas
From Arvada to Wheat Ridge, Outstanding Garage Door proudly serves communities in the greater Denver area. Your convenience is our priority.