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.
Step 2: Check the tracks with a level to make sure they're properly aligned. Horizontal tracks should slant slightly down toward the back of the garage; with roll-up doors, the vertical sections of track should be exactly plumb. Both tracks must be at the same height on the garage walls. If the tracks are not properly aligned, loosen but do not remove the screws or bolts that hold the mounting brackets, and tap the tracks carefully into position. Recheck the tracks with the level to make sure they're in the right position; then tighten the screws or bolts at the mounting brackets.
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Lower the door and dismantle it by removing the hardware. Lower a double door by recruiting at least two helpers to help with the weight, and place a 2×4 block under the door to prevent smashing a foot or finger when it’s lowered. Remove the sections one at a time by disconnecting the rollers and brackets. If you have windows, tape them to help control flying shards if they break. Then remove the old roller tracks and remaining hardware.
I hired Precision to fix one of my two garage doors. Barry was our technician and did a fantastic job. Not only was he punctual and friendly, he explained to us our options for service (which saved us some money), but he also went through a 101 on how to keep our doors properly lubricated and working properly. He finished the job very quickly, and was very polite. I would hire Precision again.
Barry came out and replaced the broken cable on one of our garage door. He was very professional and took time to explain what he was doing and provided some tips on how to maintain the garage doors. He even greased the chain and the roller track on one of the garage door. I gave 4 star as I found the price of the cables seems to be a little higher than the other competitor but I would definitely use them again if ever my garage doors need fixing again. Just a tip to others, they replace things in pairs even if only one is broken (i.e. cables or springs).