Taking into account how large and complex garage doors are, it’s only natural that they will develop various problems over time. These systems are made of many moving parts, each of which has its own different life-expectancy, which varies depending on different factors. This means that while some parts of the system may be working well, other ones can come to require some repair, or potentially even replacement. Most of your system's components do have a somewhat predictable lifespan, though, which can help you determine the appropriate approach. That being said, there is a surefire way to increase your system's longevity.
It's called - you guessed it - maintenance.
Think of your door like a living organism. Some lizards can lose their tails and then grow a new one, and your garage door system can do something similar. Only it has much more than one "tail". From opener gears to springs, cables, and even electrical wires, almost every single part of your garage door can be replaced. This does more than keeps the system going when a certain component fails, it also ensures it continues to perform at an optimal level by swapping it for a new one that will likely work better.
Just like other advanced and complexed mechanisms, a residential garage door needs to be looked after properly in terms of lubrication, adjustments and minor repairs, in order to make sure that the entire system works perfectly as a whole, for long years to come. Lubrication is fairly important, but there are parts you shouldn't lubricate such as the tracks. You need to know what your system needs, and it’s not always easy.
Replacing parts is not easy, so it is always a better choice to let a specialist take care of it. Having a professional regularly inspect, test and properly lubricate your door can be a huge help in terms of time, efficiency and actual quality of the work. Our experienced technicians have virtual treasure troves of both knowledge and experience they can draw from in order to make sure your system lives up to its full potential.
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