Yoder’s Garage Door Service Company
A1 intends to provide the highest quality of services from the first phone call to our friendly staff to the technician that will help with your garage door repair or replacement. We take pride in helping our community and are invested in providing elite services backed by our one-year warranty on all door parts and labor. We have been servicing the garage doors of the Colorado Springs area since 2008. Yoder’s Garage Door Service- Door repairs, replacements, or services needed, our experienced techs are capable of handling them.
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Is your garage door not opening, or worse, is it stuck open? We’re your sound solution to any garage door repair you may need. Broken spring, cables, rollers, openers, panels, etc… Our process is straightforward. Start by contacting our delightful office team to book an appointment at the most convenient time for you. (Same day service, at no extra charge). Our highly-trained team members will arrive in a fully stocked vehicle and evaluate your door and opener. They will provide you with a complete diagnostic if you still have the availability; all at once, we can get your door inspected, serviced, and repaired. Call today to book your free estimate!
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Is your insulated garage door not working correctly? Maybe you have already done minor repairs, like resetting the garage door opener, tightening some nuts, or adjusting the sensors. Several of these fixes are doable by homeowners, but some require expertise beyond a do-it-yourselfer. You may do more damage if you try to repair some issues yourself, like a worn-out torsion spring. Read on to learn how these parts work and when to call a professional.
Extra noise is a sure sign that you need a professional. The garage door may squeak or click as it moves. Even if you think it’s not a big deal, it can present a dangerous situation. If a spring or bolt fails, it could cause costly garage damage, injury, or death. Whenever you need service, you should hire a professional.
If not correctly maintained, your garage door will eventually sag. As a result, you’ll see significant gaps under the ends of the door. Service will prevent this. Test the balance of the door monthly to avoid this. Test it by bringing the entrance halfway down. The tension spring is worn or faulty if the door moves. You’ll need to call in a professional to repair the door problem.
Response Time: Slow
If your door is operating at an optimal level, observe the time it takes to open and close when using the remote. Two seconds should be enough for your garage to respond. If the delay exceeds two seconds, you may need a professional tune-up on your door. It may be a more serious problem if your garage does not open or close when you press the remote. There may be a programming issue, or you could have wiring issues.
Faulty Photo-Eye Sensor
The photo-eye sensor tells your door to stop closing or opening if there is an obstruction. An infrared beam shines from one sensor to the other. If the door does not open or close when you press the buttons on the opener, there could be a problem with the photo-eye. You should call a professional to inspect your sensors if these issues occur.
The nylon rollers on your door keep it on track. Eventually, a nylon roller may become bent, broken, or faulty. Leaving them can cause loud noises and bend the hinges, allowing the door to roll off the tracks. The rollers will need to be replaced or repaired to fix this issue. We offer precision garage door rollers with a lifetime warranty.
I Have An Off-Track Door
Roller issues directly relate to this problem. They can cause the door to go off track. Getting the door back on track can be difficult when this happens. You should not attempt this repair on your own. Restoring a door to its tracks requires particular parts, heavy equipment, and extra labor. You can get a professional garage door service to fix this problem safely and efficiently.
A Broken Cable Or Spring
Garage doors with frayed cables can be dangerous. Your overhead door is raised and lowered by cables and pulleys. Whenever these cables break or start breaking, the door could suddenly fall on anyone. Garage coils are under extreme tension. It is possible to be injured by a torsion spring if you are not careful. Repairing these problems yourself can be hazardous, even though it is relatively inexpensive. It is a heavy system. Getting help with broken cables on your door is best left to a professional.
A torsion spring is often one of the first parts of an opening mechanism to show signs of wear or fail altogether. The torsion spring effectively acts as a counterweight to the door, twisting tighter when the door is closed. When the door opens, the spring unwinds. If you’ve worn a torsion spring, you may notice that the door seems off-track or hung at an odd angle. It may also gently drop a few inches, then slam shut suddenly (and dangerously). You may also notice cables dangling down that shouldn’t be. Replacement of the spring is a relatively low-cost repair that can make an enormous difference to your doors’ operation.
It would help if you had your door spring lubed, counterbalanced, and tested for strength annually. This helps ensure that your spring will operate appropriately instead of leaving you trapped inside or outside your garage. Bitter conditions, regular use, and absence of upkeep can weaken and damage your garage door spring, breaking it. Our qualified technicians can replace your defective spring with our Max Lifespring. Backed by a Lifetime warranty and guaranteed to last longer than most people own their homes.