Your garage door tracks are subject to wear and tear from constant use over time.
The slightest bend or break in the track can send one or both sides of the door off track, and possibly crashing down onto you or your car. As such, you need to know what to look for to detect problems before they become major issues.
We recommend that you perform a quick inspection of your garage door track to see if repairs are needed.
The most common signs that your garage door tracks need repair are:
Loose screws: If you notice the track shaking as the door opens or closes, or if you spot loose screws on the ground, check to see that all screws on the track are in place and tightened.
Rust spots: Rusted or worn spots mean you’re in need of immediate garage door track repair or replacement to avoid larger holes on the track from opening up.
Loose rollers: If any of the wheels’ rollers on the track have become loose, this indicates that there is an opening in the track itself that causing them to come off.
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Garage door repairs in Grimsby, Stoney Creek, Hamilton, Ancaster, Binbrook, Cayuga, Caledonia, Dundas and surrounding areas.