At times, garage doors don’t always work the way they are meant to, which is such a hassle once a problem arises at an unexpected event. It is best to keep a maintenance schedule on a regular basis if you want to ensure that the garage protects your car and keeps intruders out. However, not all problems encountered with the garage are always the same. So what are these problems? What are the signs that tell someone it’s time to do some maintenance? And what are the solutions?
Symptoms and Solutions
Failure in trying to open your garage door and closing it signifies that there is a problem with the door springs or opener. Make sure to check what kind of opener or springs the garage has installed before fixing it. If it has an electric opener, it may just need to be reprogrammed.Kindly visit Surrey garage door installation to find more information.
Another symptom is a sticky door, which means two things, dirty tracks (clogged or unaligned), rollers (metal ones), and hinges that needs lubricating. A falling garage door indicates that it is certainly not in good condition. If it was, it should have remained rather than fall. This signifies worn out springs.
When operating the door, it makes a load of racket. Who would want to have such a noisy door especially when coming home late at night? Often times, the opener causes the noise. There are three types of openers; the screw, chain or belt drive. The noisiest out of the three is the chain drive opener while the belt drive is quiet for the most part. The screw on the other hand doesn’t make much noise, but once they do it probably needs to be lubricated. If this seems to be working properly then maybe it’s an unbalanced door. To verify, pull the emergency door cord to manually operate the garage. Raise the door halfway then release, it shouldn’t move if it’s stable; If not, then there really is a problem. If the garage door is still noisy then it’s time to examine the springs and hinges. Springs that run down the side of the garage door may easily be replaced. While springs that are on top of the door (which are known as torsion springs) should only be replaced by a professional. Never attempt to make the replacement on your own because it is highly dangerous to do so.
Meanwhile, hinges that make grinding noises should be replaced, but only after unplugging the unit and must be handled by a technician. If it’s squeaky hinges, then it just needs oiling. Another cause for noisy garages is the bearings in the pulley or the rollers. Again these should be replaced by an expert.
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