We offer a complete line of garage door openers and will gladly help you select the right one for your garage door. Let our service team exceed your expectations. We provide free estimates for all of our products and services, including garage door openers. When we arrive to install a garage door opener, our team will follow the manufacturer’s specifications for your garage door opener installation. Once installed, we ensure the opener, hardware, and equipment work as it should. We also demonstrate the different features so that you understand how they work. We also clean up and dispose of the old garage door opener.
If you’re having issues with your garage door opener one of our skilled service technicians can diagnose the issue and let you know your options so you can make the best decision for your garage, home and budget. If your current garage door opener still has life left in it and a repair will be worth the cost, we’ll let you know. Sometimes, replacing the opener makes more sense and if that’s the case, we’ll make this recommendation and discuss your options.
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The team at Advanced Overhead Doors and Service is available to set up an appointment and help discuss which type of garage door opener is best for your garage.
There are two main types of garage door openers, but both basically do the same thing. An opener has a motor that drives a trolley along a rail. The trolley will pull the door open or push the door closed. The main difference between types of garage door openers is how the motor moves the trolley.
A chain-drive garage door opener has a metal chain to drive the trolley. Chain-drive systems are economical, but they do create more noise and a greater level of vibration than their counterparts. This may not be a big deal if your garage is detached from the house. However, if the garage is attached to the house and adjacent to a bedroom, you may want to consider a quieter option.
A belt-drive garage door opener works the same as a chain-drive except it uses a belt instead of a chain to open and close the door. The best is quieter and provides a smoother operation than the chain-drive, making it a good option for attached garages. They also have fewer moving parts, which helps lower maintenance costs.
Just as the name implies, a wall mount garage door opener mounts the motor to the wall instead of near the ceiling. This provides more overhead space in your garage for overhead lights, ceiling fans, or extra storage. The wall mount design eliminates virtually all noise and vibration.
With MyQ, you can connect to your home network through built-in WiFi. This allows you to control your garage door through your smartphone. Additionally, you can schedule your garage door to close on a recurring schedule or turn the garage door opener lights on or off. MyQ is compatible with all major brands of smartphones and platforms.
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The most common reason for a garage door remote transmitter to stop working is a dead battery. However, if ALL the garage door openers stop working at the same time, then most likely the garage door antenna is not attached properly or the garage door opener itself needs to be reset.
Belt-drive garage door openers are generally more expensive than chain-drive systems. But with a belt-drive system, you get a smoother, quieter, and more durable operation. Many homeowners find that the extra expense is worth it, provided that the belt-drive system is able to lift the door.
Besides sunlight, heat also affects garage door openers. Many electronics are sensitive to extreme temperatures, and heat can affect the sensors and the wiring for the operator motor. Using an insulated garage door and keeping your garage cool can protect these sensitive components from excess heat.
On average, a garage door opener should last about 10 – 15 years. This isn't to say your operator won't last longer than this. Remember—it's an average. Some openers last longer and some last a shorter amount of time, but keeping up with maintenance can help increase the lifespan.
Enclosed within the garage door opener, the battery can usually last one to two years, depending on usage and with proper battery care. When alerted by the battery status LED that the battery needs replacing, it's easy to do and only takes a few minutes.
Most garage door openers last an average of around 10 to 15 years. Whether your specific garage door opener lifespan is longer or shorter than this will depend on several factors, including frequency of use and regular garage door maintenance.