In many homes, the garage door is used much more frequently than the actual front door. Think about it — when it’s pouring rain or freezing cold, would you rather pull into a dry garage and make your way into your house, or make a dash to the front door while dodging raindrops or fighting biting cold? So when your garage door isn’t working right, getting service is a top priority. At Mark’s Garage Door Service, we can often get your garage door back up and running in just a few hours.
Repair Service Timeline
Sometimes the timeline for a repair is really short. If a customer calls when I’m in the area, and the situation appears to be a quick fix, a truck can be there in half an hour. In some cases, the problem can be addressed over the phone.
However, that’s the exception. The usual timeline involves a phone call, where an initial assessment is made, and then a site visit is scheduled, if necessary. During the site visit, a more detailed analysis is developed, along with a cost estimate for the hardware and labor required to complete the job. The next step is to order whatever supplies are necessary and to finally to do the repair. The turnaround from initial call to final repair can be as long as two weeks. However, whenever possible, a temporary fix is done so that the garage door is functional until the permanent repair is complete.
At Mark’s Garage Service, we repair nearly every aspect of a garage door: springs, rollers, sensors, cables, and panels.
When you look at a garage door, it looks like a single functioning unit. In fact, a garage door is a bunch of moving parts. At Mark’s Garage Service, we repair nearly every aspect of a garage door: springs, rollers, sensors, cables, and panels. If your garage door is functional but overly noisy, we can fix that too. So if your garage door is on the fritz, give us a call. We’ll get it working properly again.