When your garage door isn’t working, you’ll want to call a team who knows what they’re doing – professionals who can get in and out with minimal disruption to your routine. With Lewis River Doors, you can trust that thanks to their over 20 years of experience in the Longview residential garage door repair business, your garage door will be working again as soon as possible and for a good while to come. For emergency or standard repair service, give us a call today!
Garage doors of all types are a very reliable piece of equipment – likely the largest moving thing in your house, barn, shed, or garage. But like everything else, parts break down and need to be replaced. Here are some of the garage door parts that we find more frequently need to be repaired for our residential customers.
You will typically find springs at the top of your garage door. They are designed to be twisted in order to help the garage door smoothly open and close. Because they are under constant stress, garage door springs can break, usually after around 10,000-25,000 cycles. Check out our garage door spring repair page to learn more.
Opening mechanisms comes in many shapes and sizes to fit the needs of any homeowner. On their own, they have different parts that may fail and need to be repaired or replaced. Contact us to schedule an evaluation of your garage door opener problem, or visit our residential garage door opener repair page for more information.
The usual injury suffered by a garage door panel is a bump or dent from a collision. We may be able to repair the panel or replace it to get your door looking good as new.
Your garage door track and rollers are essential to the smooth, efficient operation of your home overhead door system. If a roller is stuck or a part of your track is bent or broken, we can help.
Safety sensors ensure that your door doesn’t hurt anyone or break your stuff – and they may prevent your door from operating if they are malfunctioning. Contact us to get safely moving again.
Drums and cables work in conjunction with torsion springs to help lift and lower an overhead door smoothly. Cables are vulnerable to fraying and breaking with time, and are one of the parts of an overhead door that will need to be repaired on a more regular basis.
A garage door seal makes it so the elements cannot enter your home and cause damage. If your seal is old or has been broken through an accident, we can help you figure out how to make it right.
With years of hands-on experience repairing residential garage doors in Longview, Washington, the team at Lewis River Doors knows what it takes to get the results our neighbors expect.
We are often called in to take on the jobs other garage door companies (even the big guys) won’t touch. Our technicians know how to adapt to the needs of our Longview residential garage door replacement clients regardless of size, cost, or special job requirements. We have what it takes to meet the requirements of all install jobs.
We provide one of the best warranties in the residential overhead door business. We stand by our work with personal, responsive service. Check out our warranty page for more information.
Longview Residential Garage Door Repair Frequently Asked Questions
Costs will vary depending on the service and parts required. Please contact us for an estimate.
Oftentimes it can – though some systems are worn out to the point where replacement will be required. A garage door system will typically last 10-15 years based on use and the maintenance provided.
Though we are a local residential garage door repair company, we are set up with everything we need to handle residential jobs big and small. Perhaps even more importantly, we have over 20 years of experience in providing garage door repair to commercial and residential clients. No matter the size of your home, barn, shed, or detached garage, we can help.
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