If you're like most people, your garage is one of the most important rooms in your home. It's where you store your car and all of your tools and equipment. It's also a great place to hide from the weather when it's raining or snowing outside. Unfortunately, garages can also be very susceptible to damage. If you're having problems with your garage door, don't worry - Phillips Overhead Inc. is here to help! Contact us today to schedule your free consultation!
One of the most common problems we see with garage doors is worn-out rollers. Over time, the rollers that help your garage door open and close can become worn down, making it difficult for the door to operate smoothly. If you notice that your garage door is starting to make noise or isn't opening and closing as smoothly as it used to, it's probably time to replace the rollers.
Another common garage door repair is broken springs. The springs that help lift your garage door are under a lot of tension, so they can sometimes break. If you notice that your garage door isn't opening all the way or is sagging to one side, it's probably because one of the springs is broken.
The panels on your garage door can also become damaged over time. If a panel becomes bent or warped, it can prevent the door from opening and closing properly. In some cases, you may be able to replace just the damaged panel. However, if the damage is extensive, you may need to replace the entire door.
Finally, another common garage door repair is wiring issues. The wires that connect your garage door opener to your garage door can sometimes become loose or frayed. This can cause the door to open and close erratically or even get stuck in one position. If you notice that your garage door is having problems opening or closing, it's important to check the wiring to make sure everything is still connected.
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