COST ON REPAIRS AND PRODUCTS (LABOR INCLUDED)

UP TO 3 GARAGE DOORS - TUNEUP  

SINGLE TORSION SPRINGS 

DOUBLE TORSION SPRINGS

TORQUE MASTER CONVERSION

LIFTMASTER 8355 OPENER (7 FT RAIL)

LIFTMASTER 8355 OPENER (8 FT RAIL)

REPLACING CABLES

             $  95

             $275

             $325

             $425

             $400

             $450

             $120

             

GARAGE DOOR OPENER

   I decided to offer just one opener becuase of its durability, quietness, and ease to program and includes built in WiFi, The Lift Master 8355w Elite series. A battery backup model is also available.  I will need the height of your door from floor to header to determine the rail size. I always warranty my garage door openers for 3 years on date of install. The Lift Master 8355w includes:

Lift Master 8355 1/2 hp opener

1 piece belt drive rail     

wall button         

safety sensors                  

1 remote

 2nd Remote additional $65

 keypad additional $65

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Measure you garage door opening  height for rail length

         GARAGE DOOR TUNE-UP

Get ready for winter. Have you garage door tuned up for the cold season. I will check the condition of all garage door parts and recommend if anything should be replaced. As part of the tune up, rollers, hinges head plate bearings, and the torsion spring will be lubricated.

Over time hinges tend to work themselves loose, so i tighten them too. The door will also be checked for correct balance the torsion spring will be adjusted if necessary. A reliable door is great piece of mind when the weather becomes difficult.

Please note for torsion springs.  Knowing when they were last replaced  can help give an idea where they are on their life cycle. Often they will begin to loose tension before they break, usually with the garage door closed and late at night when the temperature drops. They can go in 3 years if they are lower in quality. I have seen them broken after 26 years.

Get a FREE tune up with torsion spring ,  opener, or cable replacement

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TORSION SPRINGS

     We replace your torsion springs that with quality for rated for greater cycle life and when possible, convert to springs that will last longer than the previous springs. They are from the same manufacturer that the local commercial garage door repair business uses for local police stations, fire stations, airport and other critical public utility garage doors in the Portland and Vancouver area. 

     We have a 3 year warranty on torsion springs. (Double springs must be replaced in pairs).

*Labor included in price.

 single torsion spring

double torsion springs (replaced in pairs)

TORQUE MASTER TORSION SPRING CONVERSION

As population growth continues, a tremendous amount of new houses have been built. Developers often like to bring the overall build price down and in doing so will have a low cost Torque Master installed as part of their garage door system.

These are designed with a small spring inside a tube expanding a little more than half the tube's length. They have the lifespan of about 3 years. You wont see that it is broken when it goes, though you will notice your garage door feels heavier and your opener will straining when it tries to open.

Being a single spring inside if broken the entire weight of the door has no balance. In some cases your opener will begin to rip the opener arm off the top section, especially if the proper WD bracket wasn't installed. I can get WD arm brackets if needed. The best way to fix this broken Torque Master problem is a torsion spring conversion. It involves removal of you torque tube and installing a spring line. New shaft, head plates, anchor plate, drums, bearing insert, and the correct torsion spring rated for your doors weight. The cables dont usually need to be replaced unless showing signs of stretching. A good quality spring should last at least 10 years or more.

conversion replacement parts

REPLACING CABLES

When garage door cables go bad, first begin to stretch. Next they will begin to  fray. As the weight of the door is put on fewer strands over time, eventually they break and often leaving your door hanging crooked. It is recommended they get replaced when they stretch and definitely when they start to fray.  I only replaced them in pairs using durable 1/8" thick cable strong enough for any residential garage door. This type of repair is critical as it is a dangerous job and has to be done correctly the first time. A professional is highly recommended as special tools and proper training are required.

frayed cable