With garage door repairs, problems are inevitable and they can be very frustrating if you have no idea what they mean or how to fix them. You need to ensure that your door is kept in perfect working condition, so if it doesn’t, there’s no reason to worry as long as you’re prepared for whatever may occur. There are many companies that sell garage doors, which will help you to find the right service for your needs, such as commercial, residential or industrial. However, if you want to keep your garage doors working properly then you need to find a service provider that has a good reputation–that’s where Howell Door comes in.
The best garage door repair service comes from those who know the equipment inside out. Howell Door’s service team is well experienced and highly trained, who are expertly skilled and qualified and carry the label of an established name in the West Chester, PA area.
Garage doors are intricate and not something that you should tackle as a DIY job–you should get the advice and work from experts in their field who install garage doors every day of the year. Whether your garage door won’t open, has a broken spring, a broken hinge, a damaged section, or any other similar problems, Howell Door can work to handle the problem.
A good garage door service should be able to give you honest and detailed information and should be able to tell you exactly what is wrong with your garage and the best way to fix it. If you can find a provider that does this, you won’t be wasting time or money and you’ll be able to get the service you need quickly.
As a family owned garage door company since 1939, we have serviced many garage doors and openers. Our experts can quickly diagnose the problem and make the repair efficiently, saving you valuable time and money.
Is your garage door experiencing any of the following issues?
- broken extension spring (spring on either side of the door)
- garage door won’t open
- garage door won’t close
- broken torsion spring (spring above the door opening)
- broken hinge/roller/pulley
- broken or frayed cable
- garage door opener hums but doesn’t engage the door
- damaged or bent section
- remote and/or keypad not functioning
The life span of garage doors and openers varies. Regular maintenance will increase their longevity. If your garage door is 20+ years, a replacement instead of a repair may be a more cost effective option. The same advice applies to garage door openers when they reach 15+ years.