Replaceing Garage Doors Opener in the Local Area
Any homeowner wants to get every last ounce of value out of a garage door opener or other appliance. But you don’t always get that value through repair. Many times, a replacement garage door opener is more cost-effective than repairing an older model.
However, the right decision will vary by homeowner and by garage door opener. Key factors include the cost of repair, the nature of the repair, the age of the existing garage door opener, its expected lifespan, cost of replacement and more. Our team of full-time employee technicians can help diagnose your garage door opener problems and provide expert guidance as you consider your options.
Signs Your Garage Door Opener Needs Changing
There will be obvious signs your garage door opener needs replacing. The first thing you may notice is your opener starts working intermittently or it ceases to work at all. This can leave you stranded and forced to get out in the dark or in harsh weather to wrestle open a 16-foot, double-wide door by hand. That’s not good for you and your back. It’s also not fun or always safe. Here are some other sure signs your garage door opener needs changing.