A1 Garage Door Service Dallas never settle for less because we always want our customers to have the best. Because of this, we only hire technicians who are already back by years of experience in the field. We make sure that they have sufficient training before being deployed to the homes of our loyal customers. They even go through a series of criminal background checks before they are employed so that we can make sure that our customers’ safety will never be compromised. Also, they continuously strive to learn more about newly released garage doors and products in the industry so that they are always updated and continue to be masters of the craft. With A1 Garage Door Service Dallas always the first to utilize the most advanced technology and tools in the market, this makes us undefeated when it comes to providing world-class garage door services.
Hello, We have a Hunter ceiling fan that no longer spins. It has power, as the light still works and when you push the remote you hear the clicking, like it's trying to engage, but the blades do not spin. Does this sound like a possible flywheel issue? I removed the Remote Receiver, part 85112-02, and apparently it's no longer available, but I don't think the receive is the problem. Any feedback would be welcome.
Precision has always gone out of their way to make our garage door work properly. We did have some issues with our warranty, but precision did work hard with us to come to a fair compromise. Our technician, Justin, was fair and honest and and did a good job for us. We appreciate the time he took to make things right! We always recommend Precision to our friends and family and will continue to do so. Thank you, Precision Doors!
With over 300 independently moving parts, your garage door is a deceptively complex piece of equipment. To help prevent malfunctions and break-downs, it is a good idea to occasionally perform a garage door tune-up to keep all of these parts in good working order. A regular tune-up service by a Sears professional can prevent unexpected door problems and prolong the life of your existing equipment.
Garage door springs come in two styles: torsion (see above), which mounts on the header above the door, and extension (Photo 1), which floats above the upper roller track. In the past, extension springs were safer to install but didn’t have containment cables running through the center of the spring. Without cable, these springs become dangerous, heavy whips when they break. They also tend to be noisier than torsion springs, and we recommend you use them only if you don’t have the 12 in. of headroom above the door that a torsion spring requires.
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.