We created this page to provide our customers with some handy tips that can help every homeowner take better care of their automatic garage door. You can check them out below. If you're looking for more information, our experts will be more than happy to help.
Make sure your photo eye sensors are working correctly
Your opener's safety sensors are in charge of detecting a person, pet or any type of object that may be blocking the path of your door. If they do detect something, they'll order it to reverse its movement. Check your sensors regularly and keep their sensors clean so that they can do their job properly.
Check for signs of track damage
The tracks are in charge of guiding the movement of your door, and therefore their condition must be great. If you want to avoid a problem like a door that got off track then you need to inspect these components regularly and make sure they are clean and don't have an debris inside them.
Check your garage door’s reverse mechanism on a regular basis
Every automatic garage door owner must perform this test every so often in order to make sure their system is safe to use. Place an object under your door and then order your opener to close it. The door should either refuse to move or start to comply and then reverse. If it ends up hitting the object, you need to call us to have our experts realign your safety sensors as soon as possible.