Friday, December 25, 2015

Your Garage Door Got Stuck and Need an Emergency Repair? We're open 24/7 Christmas and New Years!

So you have the whole family loaded up in the 'ol minivan to take a trip over the river and through the woods to Grannies house, you hit the garage door button, and begin pulling out of the driveway when the garage door unexpectedly pops of the tracks before your very eyes!

We all know Murphy's law:
"What can go wrong, will go wrong"

Of course it's Christmas Day and you'd think that every garage door company in San Diego would be closed. Think again!

We proudly provide year round 24 hour emergency service to all of San Diego! Any type of problem you may be experiencing may be resolved quickly within a few hours, call now for a free over the phone consultation!

Stuck/ Jammed garage doors fixed same day, replacement doors installed next day!

Merry Christmas!
San Diego Garage Door and Opener Repair

From Our Family To Yours: Merry Christmas!

From Our Family To Yours: 
Merry Christmas!

We hope that you're spending this holiday season with those you love most.
Security is important in this day and age, especially around Christmas and New Years!

 If you have a modern garage door opener, rest assured that your garage remotes are protected by rolling code technology, meaning that the codes between your garage door clicker and motor are automatically "rolled" and synced to a new code every time you use it! This insures that your code can never be captured and re-used by a 3rd party.

If your garage door motor is 20 years old or less, rest assured that it more than likely includes rolling code technology!

How can I upgrade my garage door motor to rolling code technology?

No after market RCT add-on exists, therefore regular motors that do not include RCT unfortunately cannot be upgraded. The best solution is to replace the motor with a modern unit. Call us for details!

Once again we wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year! Be Safe!

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Merry Christmas: Garage Door Opener Special! $100 Off Instantly

Dear Customers,

It is our special privilege to offer you a premium 1/2 Horsepower Chamberlain
Garage Door Motor for $100 off this Christmas season!

The opener includes the entire system, rail and chain assembly, sensor protection system, 2 remotes and complete installation! 
Premium 1/2 HP Chain Drive Garage Door Opener with MyQ Technology

Door tune up and lubrication is also included free of charge! Call now for details and scheduling information!

We Care About Our Customers!

Wishing you a happy holiday, 
from our family to yours!


Sunday, December 6, 2015

How to Test Your Garage Door Springs - Keep Your Garage Door Springs Maintained

Garage door springs are under a tension equivalent to the weight of the door. Over time, the springs become weak and require maintenance. Here are a few tips perform a safety checkup. This test should only be performed by an able bodied person.

Weight of Door:
A well balanced garage door will stay in the same position at any point of travel.
To test the system you must first disconnect the door from the motor using the emergency release cord. With the door down, pull the release cord. Next, raise the door by hand 6 inches above the ground. If it doesn't fall, it passes the portion of the test. If it is heavy and does indeed fall, the springs should be replaced by a qualified technician.

Can The Garage Door Travel All the Way Up Without Being Forced?
With the door still on manual, check to see if the door will travel all the way up without having to force it. Sometimes the door goes up very easily the first 4-5 feet. If it becomes very heavy at this point that would indicate that your garage door springs have become significantly weak and should be replaced immediately.

How to Test Your Garage Door Springs

1. With the door down, pull the emergency release cord.

2. Lift the door six inches. If it falls, the springs should be replaced.

3. Check to see if the door goes all the way up. If it has to be forced, 
the springs should be replaced. It should stay up by itself.

4. If the door passes both tests, you have a well balanced system.