Leighton Buzzard Bedford Milton Keynes

Published on 28 February 2019

Do you have a broken garage door? Does it need repairing? Well look no further as we’ve got all the tips and tricks for you. Whilst repairing a garage door is one of the more difficult tasks, there’s no harm investigating the issue, it could save you some money. It’s important you know what you are doing, this will reduce the risks of causing further damage and increasing the cost of the fix. Small jobs like chips, loose chains and scratches can easily be fixed by yourself, we wouldn’t recommend doing the job without researching it first. Beware that if you were to make a mistake and cause further damage it could cost you quite a bit to repair.

For the major repairs, we would recommend that you employ a professional to complete the necessary jobs. This will mean that the repair is done with a great deal of skill and knowledge, reducing the chances of it happening again. Garage doors contain many delicate parts which shouldn’t be touched by anyone but a professional. To find out more about how we can help feel free to get in touch.

Problems associated with screeching doors are nothing but the combination of rusty hardware and old screws.

Does Your Garage Door Close?

A garage door, it protects your belongings and allows easy access to and from the car. If your garage door is not closing properly it’s a huge security risk for you and your home. Whilst not closing it allows anyone to access your garage and the items inside. This would be something you’d call a professional for as soon as possible, they will repair the garage door so you needn’t worry. 

Missing Parts

Having small spare parts at hand will become very handy, small screws and brackets are some of the things that could become loose and easily lost. Having spare parts laying around will allow you to fix the problem as soon as possible. Reducing any further damage being caused. If your door is becoming squeaky and annoying, have a look for a loose screw, this is normally the cause of a noisy door. Either that or it needs oil, we recommend you speak to a professional before putting any chemical on your garage doors.  

Hiring a Professional

If you have any doubts, consider hiring a professional. This will reduce any risk of further damage being caused and costing you more. Professionals are fully trained to fix and repair your garage doors, they have the appropriate tools and knowledge to complete a high-quality job. DIY is a good alternative but may only be a temporary fix, paying that little bit extra for a long-term fix will be the way forward.

For more information about the garage door repair services we provide, feel free to get in touch.

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