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When to Fix and When to Replace Your Garage Door

Wondering when it’s time to repair your garage door or replace it? First, is it a question of aesthetics? One common reason for replacement is the door just has rusted panels, scratches, or is obviously beat up and old. If you’re sitting on the fence of whether or not to replace an ugly garage door, keep in mind how much a new door will improve the value and appeal of your home. In the end, it’s a property investment.

On the other hand, your garage door may have simply stopped working. In this case, it can usually be repaired. If the door feels “heavy,” for example, it probably just needs to be rebalanced or it may need new springs. Whatever the problem, you want to get it inspected as soon as possible. Broken garage doors are dangerous to children as well as pets.

The general rule is the more suddenly your garage door stopped working, the easier it is to repair. Often, the problem can be fixed quickly, but though it may require a professional. And it happens when you least expect it.

Sac’s Also Offers New Garage Doors

That’s why Sac’s Garage Door Repair takes emergency calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’re a local garage door maintenance company serving the Roseville and greater Sacramento area. We also install new garage doors. All our service is 100% guaranteed.

A Brief Garage Door Repair Guide from Sac’s

Used literally thousands of times every year, garage doors eventually wear out and need repair. Here’s a quick guide to garage door maintenance. First, realize that most of the expensive problems can be dealt with proactively with a simple annual inspection by a professional. They can help you fix the breakdowns before they happen and make sure you’re not left in the lurch, or worse, your family is put at risk. One of the most common problems when it comes to garage door maintenance is a broken spring. They generally need to be replaced every 5 to 7 years, and absolutely require the tools and expertise of a professional because of their serious safety risks.