Garage Door Opener

Garage Door Opener

The most amazing garage door opener maintenance by specialists with knowledge and experience

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Garage Door Springs

Our professionals excel in torsion and extension garage door broken spring replacement and are fast

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Garage Door Maintenance

As masters in overhead garage door systems, our maintenance couldn't be anything but excellent

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F.A.Q

Garage door FAQs that work now


Access the most accurate information on the web. Learn how to handle issues, how to remove bolts and why some garage doors sag and what to do about it.

  • What is the garage door battery back up?

    This is a great addition that our specialists in Oceanside recommend for electronic garage door openers because it allows functionality even where there is a power cut. The other alternative is to use the manual operator if you are suddenly put out. We can always upgrade your garage door batteries upon request.

  • Is insulation a good idea for my garage door?

    Oceanside experts agree that this mostly depends on the area. Insulation can most definitely benefit garage doors of all types as it allows you to conserve energy. However, some areas benefit more than others. It will, however, make garage door maintenance a bit more difficult.

  • Every when should I clean the garage door?

    It depends on the general cleanliness of your surroundings. If your area is highly polluted, causing your home and garage door to build up dirt, then you should try to clean it every time you do a general cleanup on the weekends. If not, every other week should do.

  • How should I get the garage door bolts out?

    Gently tap them using a hammer. You should leave the nut on the bolt so that the threads are covered. A scrap of wood can also come in handy when you protect the threads.

  • Why do the garage door panels sag?

    This is a normal process that is experienced by any garage door repair company in Oceanside. It happens when the hinge has been removed. Use a board and ladder to brace them up as you unbolt the parts.  Sagging leads to breaking.

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