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Garage Door Opener Repair
Serving Pagosa Springs & Durango CO
Need Same-Day Garage Door Opener Repair Service?
A garage door opener is an important part of every garage door system because it ensures the convenience of operating your door. That’s why when you need garage door opener repair, it can be a major inconvenience. To keep a broken garage door opener from interrupting your day, we offer emergency garage door opener repair near Pagosa Springs, CO, Durango, CO, and Bayfield, CO.
With decades of experience operating in the Pagosa Springs community, we’re familiar with the common garage door opener repair problems our customers regularly face. From garage door opener bracket repair to gear and sprocket replacement, we have the tools and replacement parts to perform your garage door opener repair quickly. So whenever you need garage door opener repair near Pagosa Springs, CO or Durango, CO, don’t hesitate to call the experts!
Call us at (970) 251-0479 or (970) 230-3839
We can repair any garage door!
Choose Bearfoot Garage Doors For Same-Day Service!
When you choose Bearfoot Garage Doors for your garage door opener repair, you can be sure you’ll get the best. From our same-day service to the quality of our replacement parts, we treat your home like our own. We can even perform garage door opener repair on all types of garage door openers, including LiftMaster Garage Door Openers, Lowes Garage Door Openers, Home Depot Garage Door Openers, and Genie Garage Door Openers. After all, we are pleased to serve the Pagosa Springs community with the best local garage door opener repair.
Garage Door Opener Repair & Replacement
Although completing your garage door opener repair is always our first priority, sometimes aging openers are in need of an upgrade. If this happens for your opener, we can offer your garage door opener replacement with the latest brands and models. Choose a LiftMaster Garage Door Opener in belt drive, jackshaft, or wall mount to ensure the long-term reliability of your garage door opener.
How To Open Garage Door Manually
If you have an intact garage door spring, the problem is likely with your garage door opener. This means you should be able to open your garage door manually. Let’s walk through a few easy steps to get your car out of the garage door, securing the garage door before a garage door repair company reaches you.
- First, make sure your garage door is closed all the way to the ground, not slightly up or at an angle. This is important! You don’t want the garage door to slam down or get damaged when you disengage the garage door opener.
- Next, locate the emergency release cord hanging from your garage door opener. It is usually a red or orange chord. Then follow the instructions displayed on your garage door opener to disengage the release cord. This usually means pulling the cord straight down or pulling it down and back to disengage the door from the opener.
- Once the opener and door are disconnected, carefully open your garage door using the handles on the center or sides of the garage door. When doing this, make sure to keep your hands on the handles so you won’t get injured by the garage door sections as it goes up.
- Lastly, make sure your garage door is fully upright, locked into that position, before pulling your car out of the garage. To close your garage door, pull it back to the down position, locking it from the inside to ensure no one can enter your garage while you’re gone.
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When it comes time to purchase a new garage door, trust the experts at Bearfoot Garage Doors to provide the most options, the best manufacturers, and reliable service.
Bearfoot Garage Doors aims to bring you the best garage door installation services in the Pagosa Springs area. That is why we are constantly improving the quality of the services we provide by earning new certifications. Working with major manufacturers like LiftMaster and the IDEA, we have upgraded the excellence of the installation services we provide for your home. With LiftMaster, we are myQ Smart Home Certified. This means we can install the latest garage door opener technology in your home, allowing you to control your garage door from anywhere. With the IDEA, or the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation, we’re a Certified Residential Sectional Door Systems Technician. This allows us to serve your garage door with both knowledgeability and quality.
How do you know you need garage door opener repair?
- Garage door won’t close
- Garage door remote not working
- Garage door won’t close all the way
- Garage door won’t open
- Garage door won’t close with remote
- Garage door start to close then reverse
- Garage door keypad not working
- Garage door stuck
- Garage door opens by itself
My garage door won’t open! Why?
If your garage door is not opening, it could be because your garage door opener is having mechanical issues and needs a garage door opener repair. Garage door openers are filled with numerous moving parts that all contribute to opening and closing your garage door.
Why does my garage door reverse when I try to close it?
When a garage door is having wiring or electrical problems, it tends to cause your garage door to malfunction. Your garage door reversing when you try to close it is a clear indication that you need a garage door opener repair to handle the electrical complication. Our technicians can inspect your garage door opener, and locate the source that is causing your garage door to reverse. We can also quickly take care of your garage door opener repair so that your garage door is back working properly.
When should I get a replacement garage door opener?
Your garage door opener can last 10-15 years with routine maintenance. Once your garage door opener begins to reach 10-15 years, you will notice you need more frequent garage door opener repairs. This is why we recommend planning to replace your garage door opener before it reaches the end of its lifespan. Other signs that you may need a garage door opener replacement are:
- Your garage door opener is unreliable.
- Your garage door opener makes grinding or squeaking noises.
- Your garage door is often getting stuck in one position.
- Your garage door starts to open, and suddenly reverses.