FAQ

The Most Common Garage Door Questions Answered

The WI Garage Door LLC team is here to answer all your garage door questions. See what some frequently asked ones are below, but feel free to get in touch with us if there’s anything else you need help with ease!

The most common reason for a garage door remote to not function properly is if its batteries need replacing. In addition, photo eyes may become misaligned or damaged over time, and springs could break making them unable open fully on their own – in these cases, it would be the best to contact an experienced professional who knows exactly how much force needs to be applied when opening/closing manually rather than using automatic sensors.

If there’s no response after trying our suggestions then maybe something has happened beyond what we’re able to fix remotely without calling out professionals.

The average American garage door opens and closes almost 1,500 times per year. With all that wear on dozens of moving parts it’s no wonder our garages need maintenance! Just like cars require annual tuning up by professionals to keep them running smoothly, so do these important machines which protect us from high-security threats such as theft or fire hazards.

Your garage door is an essential part of your home’s exterior and interior, so it’s important to maintain its performance. Maintaining the parts can help avoid problems like noisy chains or Springs that might cause you some extra noise in return when opening up lowered cars at night time for security reasons! We recommend annual inspections by licensed professionals who know what they’re doing- we’ve got this covered here on our end with all aspects from oiling moving mechanisms/partitions plus checking tightness against corrosion risks before

Cracks can develop in the top section of your garage door if it’s not installed correctly or closed properly. Here are just some common causes for cracks at this height:
  • Door is opening and closing incorrectly
  • Springs are too weak, causing the opener to apply too much force
  • Arm of the opener comes into contact with the strut when the door is opening
  • Incorrect slope for the opener
  • Down limit setting on the opener is not set properly

When your garage door is making noise, it could be because of the hinges and springs. A little spray-on lubricant will help reduce any squeaking or clicking sounds from coming out as soon as you open up that roller bay!

The pros at WI Garage Door LLC can also check everything else needed before installation so there are no surprises when opening day arrives

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