Garage Door Tracks

Garage Door Tracks

Your garage door tracks, or rails, are located on the inside of the garage on either side of the door. They serve to guide the door on its journey up and down, and to make sure that the door fits perfectly every time. Bent tracks are usually caused by one of two things. The first is a door malfunction that somehow caused the rails to bend. Far more common, however, is hitting the rails with a car. While hitting your garage door’s tracks might cause a little scratch on your car, it can disable your garage door entirely. And if that happens, you’ll need some help.

Any time your garage ceases to function as your vehicles’ bedroom, life gets a bit more stressful. We aim to reduce your stress. If you call us, we’ll be out to remedy the situation as quickly as possible - that same day, if you call before noon. Our expert technicians will take care of your garage door and make sure everything is in working order. And with our extended warranties, you’ll have the peace of mind that you won’t have to worry about your garage for a long, long time.

As we mentioned, bent garage door rails are most often caused by operator error - motor vehicle operator error, that is. One of the most common calls we get is to repair the garage door tracks after a less-then-stellar automotive maneuver that resulted in banging into the rails. While we can't help you buff out the scratches and dents caused by your garage collision, we certainly can help get your garage door back up and running, fast.

Of course, if you've done a bit more than just bend the rails - such as run your car through the entire door itself, we'll have to do more than fix the rails. We'll probably have to install a new garage door. But that's OK, too, because that's our specialty, too.

If your garage tracks are bent, or if it seems like the rollers are coming out of the rails, give us a call. With out unmatched warranties, local connection, and expert technicians, you know the job will be done right, the first time.

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