Garage Door Repairs
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Hutchins Garage Door Repairs
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HUTCHINS GARAGE DOOR REPAIR SERVICES INCLUDE:
- BROKEN SPRINGS
- GARAGE DOOR OPENERS / REMOTES
- CABLES OFF TRACK
- BROKEN OR BENT TRACKS
- DAMAGED DOOR SECTIONS REPAIR
- COMPLETE SECTIONS REPLACEMENT
- GARAGE DOOR OPENER SERVICES
- NEW INSTALLATIONS
- ANNUAL TUNE UP AND LUBE
- If it’s a new garage door build and installation, we are experts!
- If it’s a repair to your existing garage door and/or opener, we fix it fast!
- If it’s a remodel or update to your existing door(s) and opener(s), we do that every day!
- From first contact to the completion of your garage door system, your total satisfaction is guaranteed!!!
Garage Door Opener Repair:
One of the most common issues, when your garage door opener stops operating, is the alignment of the photo eyes. Other issues include disruption of the power source and remote/battery malfunction. Worn gears in the operator and on the chain or belt rail is another common issue. Sometimes fixing it is as simple as adjusting the limit settings or the sensitivity of the opener.
Other fixes may involve the opener’s circuit board, the motor, drive belts or limit switches. Broken door springs or cables can make the door too heavy for the operator to lift. A door off track or worn rollers can also make it difficult for the operator to pull the door open. Some openers just need a simple adjustment while other openers may require new parts or a total replacement. No matter the issue, Hutchins service technicians are trained to identify the problem and address all your repair needs.
Garage Door Roller Replacement:
Rollers play a very important role in the garage door system. Many homes today have garage doors that struggle to go up and down due to worn out rollers and lack of maintenance. Poorly running garage door rollers can cause problems ranging from a door off track to prematurely wearing outdrive gears, sprockets, and belts on your garage door opener. This usually leads to getting stuck in the garage at the worst possible time.
Many entry-level and contractor garage door rollers are made of plastic and a metal stem with no ball bearings. You can expect these rollers to last no more than 2 to 3 years before they need to be replaced. If you start to hear your rollers make a screeching or clicking sound, then it is time for an upgrade. Nylon ball bearing rollers are the way to go. At Hutchins Garage Doors the majority of roller replacement is done with super quiet nylon ball bearing closed end rollers.
A good rule of thumb is to have your rollers replaced when you have your springs replaced. If your rollers have been replaced recently, then you should be fine. If you are purchasing a new garage door from Hutchins Garage Doors, you are getting the super quiet nylon long lasting rollers good for 10,000 + cycles. The cost difference is minimal during the ordering process, but it will have a big impact on the overall performance of your garage door and opener. Get your yearly maintenance done by a Hutchins pro and have your rollers updated to avoid bigger issues down the road.
Bent or Misaligned Door Tracks:
Garage Door Panel Replacement:
Providing garage door repairs and replacements in Round Rock, Lakeway, & Greater Austin. Call us at Hutchins Garage Doors to discuss your replacement options.
Garage Door Cable Repair:
Garage Door Spring Replacement:
Why You Should Call A Pro To Fix Your Garage Door Springs
Garage door springs are under a lot of tension, which means repairing or replacing them puts you and your fingers in danger. Consider contacting a Hutchins pro when your garage door springs need repair. First, our pro will gauge your existing springs or weigh the door in order to make sure that the replacement springs are sized correctly. If a spring is broken, it will no longer have tension. However, if you have more than one spring, the other will be wound tightly. Next, the technician will carefully unwind the existing springs to release the tension. They will then disassemble the system in order to install new springs. After reassembly, the new springs are tightened with the proper tools to ensure safety. The door is then balanced, tightened down, and lubed thoroughly.
Unless your springs just need minor attention (such as lubrication), give us a call at Hutchins! We’ll get a pro out to you who can perform your spring repair.