Drive away the confusion you have about residential garage door systems and their many different parts. Here we provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions in our industry. Use the information to expand your knowledge and to ensure that you will enjoy effective and safe operation every day.
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How to check the garage door opener?
According to technicians at garage door repair Glenn Heights, fault in opening or closing of the garage door may be due to batteries in the opener being dead. It helps, if you keep track of the time, when you replaced the battery earlier. Ensure that the battery is dead before replacing it. This is the most obvious reason for the garage door opener not working.
How to check whether remote control is defective?
If you are using the remote, and the door is not opening, ensure that the battery is in working condition. If a long time has elapsed since the battery has been changed, change it to see if the problem is corrected. Also ensure that the remote control communicates with the door opener. When you press the remote control button and no light shows in the opener, the remote battery is the cause.
How do I clean the metal garage door parts?
Grease and dirt which have accumulated on the moving metal parts such as rollers, hinges, and springs have to be removed with solvent that is safe for the metal. The tracks can be effectively cleaned with brake cleaner which comes in spray form. It is important to follow all instructions for use strictly.