When you lease expect it you need some type of garage door repair in Denver and beyond. Whether it is a broken hinge, rollers, motor, sensor, track, torsion spring or any other problem. We can help. Give us a call for a free inspection. Your garage door should last a long time but like any other device it needs maintenance to perform its best day-in and day-out. This includes cleaning and lubricating your garage door hinges, rollers and track on an basis.
Check list of items when your garage isn't workingTop reasons why you need garage door repair. This is part of a continuing series.
7. The garage door limit settings isn't set properly
Often you’ll notice that your garage door torsion spring won't allow the door to close. It immediately goes back up instead of staying in the closed position. This issue usually arises with brand new garage doors that were just installed or older models that may need to be reset. If this happens, the most likely culprit is the open and close limit settings of your garage door opener.
This limit range tells the garage door opener how far the door should move before it’s fully closed. If your settings are too high, the door will hit the ground before the opener thinks it should and assume the door is hitting something in its path. It will then automatically reverse to prevent crushing whatever is beneath it.
There are knobs or dials located somewhere on your garage door motor that you can use to adjust the limit settings. The exact location and resetting procedures will vary depending on the brand and model of garage door you have. Your owner’s manual should have more specific information on how to adjust your limits. You may need to experiment with a few adjustments before finally getting the correct setting. If you find that adjusting the limit settings isn’t working, it might be time to call a technician to come and help get your garage door to stay closed.