Garage Door Opener Repair
Customer Issue: Ms. Keller had recently found that her garage door didn’t always respond properly when told to open or close.
Our Solution: We felt that Ms. Keller’s Craftsman CMXEOCG781 model garage door opener would be the most likely cause of this problem. Our technicians brought it down to examine the interior components and determined that the circuit board had been malfunctioning. We repaired it, then reinstalled the opener overhead to assure the door now accurately responded to commands.
New Garage Door Installation
Customer Issue: The customer wanted to replace the manual sliding door on their garage with an automatic overhead garage door.
Our Solution: A Clopay Classic series steel and polymer raised-panel overhead garage door made the operating component of the new system. Integrate it with a Craftsman 57915 ¾ horsepower smart opener, GUAT-201 photo-eye sensors, and an in-brand wall console to go with the smartphone controls.
Customer Issue: Misaligned sensors.
Our Solution: After examining the entire door and the opener, we discovered that the issue lied with the safety sensors. After realigning their position we tried closing the door and it complied without hesitation.
Customer Issue: Rusty springs.
Our Solution: A routine inspection lead this customer to discover that his springs were in bad shape. We removed both and installed new galvanized extension springs in their place. The new components will be able to better resist rust in the future.
Customer Issue: The client’s safety reversing sensors were out of alignment.
Our Solution: We removed the receiving sensor from the bracket and pointed it away from the sending sensor. After waiting 10 seconds, we rotated the receiving sensor until it was properly aligned with the sending sensor. We then put it back in its bracket.
Garage Door Off Track
Customer Issue: The client’s door couldn’t operate properly as it had come off its track.
Our Solution: We separated the opener from the door, and then separated the track. We guided the wheels back onto the track and hammered them in securely. We then tested the door to make sure that it could open and close all the way.
Customer Issue: The client’s garage door wouldn’t completely close.
Our Solution: We adjusted the close limit switch and tested the door to make sure that it worked.