Garage Door Repair

Should You Replace or Repair Your Garage Door?

How your garage door looks greatly impacts the valuation of your home. If your garage door is simply broken- the door is off its tracks, it needs to be balanced, or you need a new spring, you can fix the problem fairly cheaply with a garage door repair by a professional. On the other hand, if panels are missing, your door is covered in unsightly rust, or it has been damaged by a vehicle, you probably should consider outright replacement. It’s much safer for your family and greatly improves the aesthetics of the home.

Consider Heating and Cooling Costs

Do you use your garage door as a work area? Are there living spaces above it? You can save on heating costs by installing a door that has an R-16 installation rating. It will keep your garage door cool during the summer and warmer during the winter. If the garage door is attached to the house, it also makes heating and cooling costs for the house much more efficient.

Garage Maintenance Helps Prolong Your Doors Lifespan

Sometimes, the best defense against garage repairs is hiring a repair company to perform scheduled maintenance. There are multiple factors that influence how long your door lasts, including upkeep of mechanical parts, early detection of damage, and checking for alignment issues. Don’t wait until you need a repair, talk with a professional now and prevent future damage before it occurs. We offer tune-ups and inspections to ensure your door is in tip-top shape.

Serving Shingle Springs, EDH Garage Door Repair specializes in both garage door maintenance as well as installation. All of our technicians are certified professionals. Give us a call any time of the day, 7 days a week. We respond quickly to emergencies and will treat your door as if it were our own.

(916) 965-5766

Troubleshooting an Electric Garage Door Opener

Before you toss the electric motor on the garage door, consider the following steps to determine if it’s salvageable. First, make sure it’s plugged in and the lock feature wasn’t turned on. Replace batteries and try a spare remote. Check your sensors and make sure they’re both clean and aligned. If you still don’t have any luck, it could have something to do with the circuit board, chain, or a physical aspect of the door itself. If you find yourself with this problem in the El Dorado Hills area, feel free to contact us today for a free quote and expedited service.