DIY Garage Door Parts is a family-owned company with made in the USA products. We also work with major manufacturers to get the finest quality products available. We are a Better Business Bureau-accredited company and guarantee great service as well as offering a 30-day money-back guarantee on all orders. These are just some of the reasons explaining why customers have come to trust DIY Garage Door Parts for everything they need for garage door repairs. If you have any questions about our products or about an order, you can always give us a call at 1-866-813-7899.
Since their invention in the 1920s, electric garage door openers have come a long way. Garage door openers work by using a trolley connected to an arm that attaches to the top of the garage door and slides back and forth on a track, which opens and closes the garage door. When operating the motor, a chain or belt turns and pulls the trolley along the track. A good garage door opener will have a horsepower of 1/2 HP, 3/4 HP, or 1-1/4 HP. Garage door openers have the ability to open and close a limited number of times in power outage emergencies. Security is something else to consider when purchasing an opener. It's helpful to have sensors that will stop the operation of the garage door when a person, vehicle, or other obstacle is in the way.
DIY Garage Door Parts specializes in quality torsion garage door springs that were made right here in the USA and can include an eight-year warranty. Get started by watching our “How to Measure Torsion Springs Video”. However, torsion and extension springs are among the many garage door parts we have in stock. We also sell and ship bearings, brackets, cables, hinges, pulleys, rollers and other tools and hardware.
I spoke to Phil at my Home Depot. He explained that they had parts available online or he could arrange for a person to come and do the job for me. I chose the second option and he said I would most likely hear from the contractor on Monday and they would arrange an actual date for the repair. They called Sunday and we made an appointment for Monday between 11AM and 1PM and They contacted me at about 11:10 to tell me they would arrive in about 15 minutes. They arrived right on time and finished the job in about an hour or so. I was very impressed with the cleanup and they also lubricated all moving parts on the door before they left. I was extremely impressed with both the installer and also very happy that I went to Home Depot to ask for advise. Thank you for your choice in a very good contractor for my installation. Read less
"Mile High garage called shortly after submitting my request and set an appointment to have a repair man show up shortly after. They went over everything I needed to get done and gave me several pricing options to fix initial need and alleviate future issues. Work was done in a timely manner and customer service was great. Mile High garage called shortly after submitting my request and set an appointment to have a repair man show up shortly after. They went over everything I needed to get done and gave me several pricing options to fix initial need and alleviate future issues. Work was done in a timely manner and customer service was great. "
Precision offers a large selection of new garage door openers. We carry a full line of Liftmaster® openers including chain drive, belt drives and optional accessories. We offer openers that can open your door, even when the power goes out and can be operated using your smart phone. Click here to learn more about the features available on today's garage door openers.
Before setting the last panel in the tracks, set the power unit on the actual frame and slide it in the ends. Hardened screws are used to attach the center bracket (Image 1). They are a different type screw — they are tougher and will last a lot longer. Make sure the bracket is level (to the eye) when installed and leave the bracket a little loose so adjustments can be made. Fasten down all the hinges (Image 2).
While you can certainly redo any security features on your garage door, it is often wise to replace the entire door if in fact that is the way a burglar gained access to your house. A new security code may seem like enough, but you don’t know how the thief figured out the old code in the first place. If the motor was disengaged, the issue might be a design flaw in the door itself. The best way to ensure that the thief doesn’t return or another thief doesn’t take advantage of the same unknown security weakness is to install a new door. Again, doing so with give you access to the kinds of robust security features that are being installed and implemented in the newest garage doors on the market.
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