Garage Door Repair FAQ

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A Quality Garage Door offers “no-hassle”, “no-gimmicks” garage door repair, service, and installation in all of the Orange County and Los Angeles County.

Please review our Frequently Asked Questions for any answers you may be seeking. We try to anticipate questions you might have about our products/services and provide the answers here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can. All you need to have is the technical skills and expertise to handle the risks associated with the installation. It would be best if you have the toolkit as well. 
The garage door experts suggest the inspection and maintenance of the garage door once a year. It is recommended to get quality checks of the moving parts and hardware of the garage doors. Hence, it is good to have a regular door repair service. 
Garage doors have two springs. The springs exert the force that makes the door light. Thus, one needs to replace both springs if one is broken. 
One should change the garage door if it is getting old. The door with minimal shelf life should get changed rather than having regular maintenance. 
Usually, a garage door lasts for around 15-20 years. Again, it varies on the quality, environment and maintenance it gets
Garage door installation cost ranges between $550-$1800. A standard single door garage door costs around $ 550-$1300, whereas a double gate garage door costs $800-$1800, and a 3 gate garage door can cost around $1300-$2800.  

The garage door goes back up if the sensory sensors are blocked, even by a tiny particle. This is not just the single reason for the malfunction. The garage door goes back up even after the logic board malfunction. The limit switch isn’t set correctly, or the travel-down setting needs adjustment.

To diagnose a garage door problem, you should evaluate the loose screws and bolts with the door track alignment and springs swinging correctly, particularly remote control functioning.

One should also check for loud noise, frozen doors, broken glass, and faulty remote control that can help you diagnose properly. 

Yes. You can replace just one panel if the entire door is well maintained and functioning properly.

Yes. You can replace just one panel if the entire door is well maintained and functioning properly. 

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