Service for a Garage Door Off Track in Dayton
Why Garage Doors Go Off Track
The most common reasons for garage door derailment is the malfunction of one or both of the garage door cables. These cables help to counteract the weight of the door and guide it during its movement up and down the tracks. Garage door cables are usually damaged by the simple, unavoidable wear and tear from use. Improper installation and usage can accelerate wear on the cables.
Garage doors can be off-track due to some other causes apart from bad cables. Occasionally your garage door can become loose from its tracks, because of a blockage or from a violent impact jolting it out of place. For example, if you had inadvertently put your car into reverse when the garage door was still shut, the impact may cause the door or a garage door panel to derail from its-tracks.
Get Service from Dayton Garage Door Pros
It can be pretty risky to repair off track garage doors without sufficient understanding of how the door is secured. Dayton Garage Door Pros is a reliable company that you can hire for any sort of garage door troubles including derailing issues. Our skilled, certified technicians are trained in successfully handling this unique repair task, with the following four-step process:
- Check the cause of the garage door going off its track; for example, any noticeable damage to the tracks (bent, broken), defective orientation of the tracks, or even their loosening from the garage walls.
- Repair or straighten the tracks and fix the roller alignment.
- Clean the tracks of any rubble or buildup and lubricate with commercial quality oil.
- Final check up of the garage door to make certain there are no missing pieces.
The level of expertise and customer care delivered by Dayton Garage Door Pros is unparalleled in the region and we are just a phone call away. An expertly trained and thoroughly equipped technician will be dispatched to assist any time of the day and any day of the week. We try our best to respond promptly, so do not hesitate to call.