Ask, and You Shall Recieve (an answer, at least...)
Here you'll find the best answers to some of the most garage door related FAQs in all the land. Check them out. You might just learn something.
Do I need to replace my entire garage door if only one part has been damaged?
It depends on whether there are replacement parts available and if the cost of replacement would not exceed the cost of a new door. Also, some parts like new springs or tracks may be included in the price of a new door which may tip the decision over for you. In any case, contact our technical experts for a qualified opinion.
Which parts of my garage door do I need to lubricate?
Generally, all of the small moving parts could do with some occasional lubrication. Our experts recommend checking hinges, and the springs, as well as the rollers, to gauge the smoothness of their operation. If you find that they're not performing up to par, apply a generous amount of lubrication and then work the mechanism a couple of times to ensure it gets into every crack.
Why did my remote control suddenly stopped working?
9 out of 10 times, sudden problems related to the garage door clicker are associated with its battery. The clicker might also lose communication with the opener but you can reprogram it easily. There should be precise instructions in your user's manual. If the opener's remote is of an older generation, you should probably get it replaced.