Frequently Asked Questions
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Typically this kind of problem will only happen if the wall control inside your garage has gone bad. On the rare occasion, the wiring may need adjustment. Either way, All Garage Doors Plano can lend a hand.
Most often a garage door remote or keypad will not work if the battery inside of it is dead. Be sure to check your battery first if you run into this problem. If you’ve checked and/or replaced the battery, and that doesn’t solve your problem, the issue may depend on the brand/style of remote or garage door opener you own. If this is the case, we’d be glad to help you out.
Usually the main concern with losing a remote is knowing someone could access your home without your permission. Replacing the remote is the first course of action, however, decoding and recoding your garage door opener is an important step in keeping your home safe. All Garage Doors Plano, Texas is the one to call.
Every garage door opener comes equipped with an emergency release cord which is attached to the carriage that runs along the opener track. Pulling down on this cord will release your door so it may be opened manually. If this does not solve your issue, please give All Garage Doors Plano a call.
Usually a garage door won’t close completely if the safety sensors on either side of the door are not aligned. Sometimes it’s the garage door opener that needs adjustment. Either way, All Garage Doors Plano has you covered.
If your garage door just won’t go up, it’s very possible you have a broken spring. Fixing a broken spring can be a dangerous undertaking, and should always be done by a professional. All Garage Doors Plano is the one to call for a qualified expert to replace your broken spring.
If you’re bored with your garage door or you just want to give it a fresh different look, there are many options to choose from to accessorize your garage door, from window inserts or glass panels to decorative iron hardware. Call Plano Garage Doors to discuss how to make your old garage door new again.
If your garage door is non-insulated, it is possible your door could be fitted with an insulation kit. If you have issues with gaps or uneven floor which allows for weather to intrude, most doors can be fitted with vinyl stripping or a rubber seal to protect your garage completely from the elements. Call Plano Garage Doors to find the right solution for you.
Absolutely! Windows in a garage door are pretty, but they can break. Many garage door windows can be replaced. Let All Garage Doors Plano fix your garage door good as new.
A little damage to your garage door doesn’t necessarily mean the entire door needs to be replaced. The age of the garage door or the amount of garage door usage can be a factor in determining whether or not a garage door repair will work for you. If you’re strapped for cash, depending on the extent of the damage, Plano Garage Door Services has the solution for you.
Garage doors are a collection of moving metal parts. All of those parts need lubrication to work smoothly and quietly. Ace Garage Door Services recommends that customers have their garage doors and openers serviced minimally once per year, especially during the colder months. If your door is doing a lot of squeaking, it may be time to give Plano Garage Doors a call.
Your garage door is balanced by cables and springs. If one of the cables is broken or not where it’s supposed to be, your garage door is not going to be straight. A service call from All Garage Doors Plano Services can have you up and running again in no time.