If you have a wooden garage door, or a door that has a few too many bruises and bangs, you may run into the same problem one of our homeowners had recently. Over time, old garage doors can be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. It’s good to catch problems with your garage door early – like warping, a sluggish door, and rusting. You may not need to replace your entire garage door, but often your garage door opener system will need some repairs.
Slow moving garage doors this time of year are not uncommon. The garage door repair could be as simple as lubricating the roller tracks, or it may mean you need to replace your garage door rollers. Either way, if you see these problems, contact us to help. Here are some homeowners who recently went through a problem like this. They thought they were going to have to replace EVERYTHING, but luckily we saved them some money:Contact Us!
What our Customers are Saying
“Our original wood garage door from the 1950’s is showing signs of age. It had recently been struggling going up. Jeremy was on-time and wasted no time. He quickly replaced a broken roller and reinforced some brackets. He then pointed out the myriad of issues that were occurring or would occur in the future. All this meant that a new garage door is in my future but Jeremy did not put on any pressure in fact he suggested to ride it out a few more years. He left me with suggestions on what would work well when it was time.
If you need garage door repair experts in Columbus or any area in and around the I-270 belt, like Worthington, Dublin, Gahanna, Westerville, or Reynoldsburg to name a few, call Deluxe Door Systems for help.”