With A1 Garage Door Service Dallas, you won’t have such problems. All of the garage doors we give you come at the most affordable prices compared to other garage door companies. This is because we are authorized distributors of many top quality brands. We can get their products straight from their factories so we can sell them ay the lowest price possible too. Now you can get beautiful garage doors in a variety of colors, sizes, and designs without hesitations. Want them in a contemporary style, traditional-raised, or carriage-house? We can do that too. Plus, they can come in steel, wood, faux wood, glass, aluminum, and more. With A1 Garage Door Service Dallas, choices are the least of your problems.Do not know what garage door to get? No worries because not only we are equipped in assisting you with the actual installations and repairs, we can give you professional advice too. Just tell us what your preferences are and what you are hoping to achieve aesthetically and we can do the rest. Before we do the installation, we’ll ensure that it is the best garage door for you.
Measure area labeled headroom (5), which is the distance between the top of the door opening (jamb header) and the ceiling (or floor joist). 10" is required for the standard extension spring or EZ-SET® Extension Spring System while 12" is required for a standard torsion spring and EZ-SET® Torsion Spring System. If you have restricted headroom, special hardware is available. Additional headroom is required for installation of an automatic garage door opener. NOTE: If garage door height extends above the opening, the headroom measurement should be adjusted proportionately.
Eric came for the first appointment and provided great insight into the problem with my door and gave a great recommendation. Justin came for the second appointment to install the new garage door, spring, and rails. Both did a great job calling me in advance, were prompt, and came early within the allotted time frame. Justin was thorough with the install and made sure I was happy with how the new door functioned. Overall very happy with my decision to use Precision.
Nick knew what the problem was right away. He told me the options and explained them. He answered my questions and even some from a family member. He was efficient, knowledgeable, and courteous. This was my first experience with your company, but if I need further assistance I will certainly call you again. Hopefully, Nick will be available. My brother was impressed with him, too.
The new opener was installed yesterday and today for a while it wouldn't close properly. The customer service representative said they will probably have to reverse the sensors. However, no one could come out today (Friday) or tomorrow. She will call me by Tuesday of next week to schedule someone to come here. The customer service rep. and the technician were nice but as of now, my new garage opener is not working to my satisfaction.
Step 1: Check the metal tracks inside the garage. Look at the mounting brackets that hold the tracks to the walls. If they're loose, tighten the bolts or screws at the brackets. Working inside the garage with the garage door closed, examine the tracks for dents, crimps, or flat spots. If there are any damaged spots, pound them out with a rubber mallet, or with a hammer and a block of scrap wood. If the tracks are badly damaged, they should be replaced.