Garage Door Salt Lake City
In part one of this series, we discussed some issues with improper operation of the garage door. In this second part of the article we will look at what to look for if your garage door is not operating, opening or closing like it should. Click here for part one of the series.
4. Garage Door Doesn’t Operate
If you’re garage door isn’t opening, it could be as simple as a dead remote battery. To easily check this, press the wall button and verify your works and replace your remote battery. If the issue is not the remote, you will have to go through a trouble shooting process, first checking if the opener is responsive and the motor runs, and going on through to see if a cable is detached or sensor is blocked. We can walk you through a simple step-by-step process over the phone, and if it is more complicated, we’ll send one of our technicians out to solve the issue.
5. Garage Door Reverses Near the Bottom
This is usually a result of the close force setting. The close force adjustment is a safety mechanism that pulls your door back if someone (or something) gets in the way. It can be caused by debris in the rails or on the ground, or your close force may need adjusting. Make sure the ground where the door closes is clean, check the rails near the bottom. If it still has issues, call us for service.
These are a few common garage door problems, but there are many others that may be causing your garage door to fail and not function properly and safely. You may revert to online videos, a user manual, or contact *COMPANY NAME* to fix the issue. We’re here 24 hours a day and are the leading garage door company ready to provide service sales and any help you need to keep your garage door working. Call *PHONE NUMBER* today for an inspection or service appointment.