Residential Garage Door Repair in Portland

The garage door in your house is probably one of the most used pieces of machinery you’re least likely to think about. It completes its cycles multiple times per day, year after year. While most components are designed to last for extended periods, time will eventually catch up to all of them without proper maintenance and repair. We suggest having your door serviced at least annually.

Oregon City Garage Door has been helping residential clients throughout the Portland area with garage door repair and other services since 1992. We’ve built our reputation on being honest, friendly and precise, and we bring that formula to every project that we take on.

Understanding the Issues

The stresses of everyday life can already be enough for some people, so don’t let a malfunctioning garage door ruin your day. Due to the array of parts that doors rely on to function correctly, many different issues can crop up. Some common ones include doors that:

  • Don’t Close Fully: If your door remains ajar despite no physical obstructions, it might be a problem with its photosensor eyes. The eyes transmit invisible beams, which are used to detect objects that might be in the way of the door’s path. They might require recalibration or cleaning to restore them to full functionality. The garage door opener may also need the limits adjusted. This requires the expertise of a qualified Oregon City Garage Door technician.
  • Open and Close Randomly: If your door is displaying autonomy, don’t be so quick to pin the problem on ghosts or some other supernatural entity. Issues can vary, as dysfunctional circuit boards, dead remote batteries and interfering frequency signals can all cause the issue. Who are you going to call for this problem, Ghost Busters? I don’t think so, give Oregon City Garage Door a call! Large or small, we can handle it.
  • Make Loud Noises: A door could be experiencing problems with its opener components if it’s emitting unusual noises. Worn rollers generally produce popping sounds, while bearings can cause squeaking sounds. Fraying cables can create scraping noises.
  • Open Slowly: If your door is experiencing significant resistance when opening or closing, it could be a problem with its torsion springs or track. The springs might be corroded or broken, while the track might require lubrication.

No matter your potential problem, our knowledgeable technicians will come out to your location and conduct a lengthy analysis to figure out the cause. We’ll also answer any questions you might have while discussing your options.

Fixing the Issues

You’ll receive full transparency when you’re dealing with us. We won’t try to sell you an unnecessary replacement, as we’re committed to finding solutions that are practical and within the confines of your price range. We’ll give you upfront pricing and the details of your new product’s manufacturer warranties, so you’ll feel completely confident in what you’re getting.

Once the products — which we acquire from top manufacturers — are selected and ordered, we’ll work with you to find an ideal time and date for repairs. We’ll arrive, remove the broken parts, carefully install the new ones and run tests to ensure their functionality.

Trust in Oregon City Garage Door

Contact us today at 503-632-3070 to arrange your custom garage door repair, as we’ll work to complete your task quickly and efficiently. We’re open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Based out of Oregon City, we offer services to West Linn, Lake Oswego, Oak Grove, Wilsonville, Tigard, Tualatin, Beaverton, Mulino, Molalla, Canby, Estacada, Damascus, Boring, Clackamas, Happy Valley, Gladstone and the Portland Metro Area. We are also licensed to work in WA.

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