common garage door problemsPeople often forget to check on the health of their garage doors. It is important that you pay attention to the condition of your garage door to prevent any unexpected problems. You should take a look at it yourself at least once a month and immediately get in touch with a professional when it needs attention.


Slow garage door response time or no response at all could mean you have a problem with your garage door opener system. You might have already pressed the remote, but nothing may be happening. The remote could be dead, or the opener’s system could be malfunctioning. If you are unsure about the problem, a qualified technician can do the job for you.

Unusual noise

Is there a squeaking sound every time it opens and closes? You might need to get your tracks, springs, or rollers checked up on. In some cases, the fix could be a simple solution like applying lubrication. However, in other instances, it might be in need of professional repair.

Unusual movement

If it is shaking or if it is making any other unusual movement, your tracks and rollers could be damaged. One of the problems could be the track. It could be misaligned, which would cause the door to shake. This problem should be addressed as soon as possible before it affects other parts.

Inefficient energy usage

For most people, once they notice an unusual surge in their energy bills, they often tend to blame their heaters or air conditioning. While this could indeed be the culprit, in some instances, it can also be because of your garage door. You might want to consider calling us to take a look at your opener, or better yet, have it replaced with a new one. Most of the new models are known for being more energy-efficient compared to their older counterparts.