Garage Doors and Openers

We’ve got a bunch of awesome styles and features to choose from when it comes to garage door openers. Whether you’re into smart tech, energy-saving gadgets, or battery backup options, we’ve got your back in Jacksonville, Florida.

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Common Garage Door Opener Issues:

Here are some common problems you might encounter with your garage door opener:

  1. Power Surges and Lightning Strikes
  2. Loose Chain/Belt
  3. Intermittent Signal
  4. Noisy Operation
  5. Door Hums but Doesn’t Move
  6. Remote or Wall Button Not Working
  7. Opener Blinks but Doesn’t Operate

Why Openers Fail:

An unbalanced door can wreak havoc on your opener. That’s why we conduct balance tests on all Garage Doors. Whether it’s the wrong size springs or worn-out parts causing drag on the door, we’re here to diagnose and fix any issue you might have.

Can you fix my opener?

You bet! Our technicians are trained to repair all major brands, including LiftMaster, Chamberlain, Genie, Marantec, Sears, Overhead Door, Raynor, Stanley, Craftsman, and more! We’re your garage door experts, so don’t hesitate to give us a call today!

When Replacement is Advised

We’ve got your back when it comes to safety and reliability. Here’s when we recommend considering a replacement:

Non-Compliant Openers: If your opener was manufactured before the 1993 UL 325 regulations, it’s time for an upgrade to ensure safety.

Missing Safety Eyes: Safety eyes are a must for compliance. If they’re absent, it’s a safety hazard, and we recommend replacing the unit.

Discontinued Brands and Models: Parts availability can become an issue with older models. In such cases, replacement is often the best solution.

Choosing the Right Garage Door Opener:

Wondering which garage door opener suits you best? Let’s break it down:

Liftmaster Garage Door Opener Chain Drive

Chain Driven Openers:

Chain drives are super reliable and run your garage door on a metal chain. They’re a tad cheaper than belt drives but can be a bit noisy. If peace and quiet are your thing, you might want to skip this one. We usually don’t recommend them due to the noise, but hey, everyone’s preferences are different!


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Screw Driven Openers:

These use a threaded steel rod instead of a chain or belt. They’re slow and a bit noisy, but they’re also budget friendly. If noise or speed isn’t a deal-breaker for you, they could be worth considering. Check out our handy video to see the differences in action!


Liftmaster Garage Door Opener Belt Drive

Belt Driven Openers:

Considered the cream of the crop, belt drives are top-notch. They’re as reliable as chain drives but whisper-quiet, thanks to their steel-reinforced belt. If your garage is connected to your home, you’ll love the peace and quiet these babies bring. Once you’ve experienced it, you won’t want to go back to the clatter of a chain or screw drive opener!


Jackshaft garage door opener

Jackshaft Openers:

Got high ceilings or want to free up some space? A jackshaft opener might be just what you need. It’s mounted on the side of your garage door, leaving your ceiling clear. Perfect for maximizing space and keeping things tidy.


We have a large selection of garage door openers to fit any budget and door size. Please call us for a free estimate.


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