Regular maintenance is a good idea because it prolongs the effective life of your garage door system. It can give you a chance to attend to any small problems ahead of time before they develop into more serious issues. Our technicians will perform basic maintenance like tightening, fixings and properly lubricating the moving parts of your system which will reduce wear and improve your door's operating performance.
Yes. Transmitters may be reprogrammed along with the remote as a security feature. There is also what is called the rolling code technology that changes the code your remote and transmitter use. This is to prevent hacking into your transmitter that would allow unauthorized access.
On an average, the lifespan of a spring is 10,000 cycles. One cycle is complete when your door opens and closes once. Although it may vary slightly, most garage doors should last around 8 to 12 years.
Yes, Garage Door Repair Citrus Heights experts highly suggest that you should get both springs replaced at once. The springs are always under pressure, and replacing only one spring can cause an imbalance in the torque.