So there you are, standing in front of you garage door that appears to be immovable  even with the modern magical convenience we like to call a remote control or, as some call it: a ‘garage door clicker.’ A similar instance happened to one of our customers in Herriman, UT. They made a smart decision right away and looked up a professional. We understand garage doors and their inner workings ten times over the customer, and know how to fix the problem to satisfy your life and wallet.  After the initial ‘uh, oh my garage door doesn’t work… HELP!’ A tech rushed out to see what was going on.

Our tech got there and immediately had ideas for trouble shooting, and had a clear understanding of the problem after his first examination of the garage door and the motor in the automatic opener. The problem was clear: the torque master was broken. Yes, broken.

Luckily, there was a simple solution to the problem. The tech avoided torque altogether and opted for a Universal Torison System, replacing the broken part with another that was shiny and new. The story ends as any customer fairy tale would, the customers lived happily ever after.

Here are some helpful hints to keep this from happening to you:

  • Remember to oil the vital parts so the machine so it runs smoothly.
  • Check for frayed cords. Are they causing a disruption?

Next time your garage door won’t open follow the tips and tricks above. But, first and foremost, go to the professionals!