Installing, Repairing, and Maintaining Your Garage Doors

Our Services

It’s all about installations, maintenance, and repair. It’s what we do!

Garage Door Operators

Operators do more than just conveniently open and close your garage door; they protect your family by securely locking the door, preventing unauthorized entry, and they also prevent injury and damage by preventing the door from closing when an obstruction is detected.


Torsion Springs

Garage door torsion springs are essential to the proper function of your door. They do the heavy-lifting, and over time, they wear out and break. When this happens, it is crucial they get replaced as soon as possible.

Lift Cables

The garage door lift cables, located on both sides of the door, are an important element of the lifting mechanism; without them, the springs could not lift the door. It is vital that they are in good working order to prevent serious injury from a free-falling door if they should fail when the door is suspended.


Garage Doors

This may be obvious to some, but your garage door serves as the single largest entry to your home. In a recent survey, it was revealed that over 70% percent of homeowners use their garage door to enter and exit their homes more than their front door. Adding to the belief that today’s garage door is the new front door, this makes it one of the most essential aspects of your home. Sadly, it is often overlooked when it comes to regular care and maintenance.

Weather Stripping

So you have an insulated garage door, but your garage still feels a bit drafty. It could be the weather stripping around the outside and underneath your door isn’t quite up to snuff anymore.

Make no mistake: even if your door is insulated, if the weather stripping isn’t doing its job properly, you are throwing money into the wind in heating and cooling costs. This is especially true if you have an attached garage.


System Conversion

A system conversion is a fancy term for describing a complete lifting mechanism change over from either a TorqueMaster system, or the older, and less frequently used extension spring system to a more widely used and serviceable conventional system. It is our opinion when these systems fail to replace them rather than service them. Ask us about which system you currently have.