My garage door would stop half way up and my son-in-law advised me to have a professional come take a look at it. My daughter asked her neighbor who she called last year because her neighbor had such good things to say about the technician and the company. She got the number and set up the appointment with a very nice young lady. The technician, Jose Rosario, arrived right on time and took the time to listen to my daughter explain everything to him about the door. He then took the time to look over the door, get it operational and write out a very informative break-down of my options. He broke it down to just getting the door operational to replacing the door parts (springs, rollers, etc.) all the way to replacing the door parts and the opener. He had all of the prices broken down and did not try to lead me in any direction I did not feel pressured at all to make a decision. I decided to have all of it replaced due to the fact that, at this very moment, my car was in the body shop being repaired and painted because the garage door had come down on it as I was backing out a week prior. Another reason for my decision was the fact that Jose told me that everything is covered - parts and labor - by Precision Door. This is a rarity these days! Jose installed the new opener and all of the door parts and explained everything to me very clearly. I am extremely pleased with my new door opener and will highly recommend Precision Door to everyone!
In addition to our damaged garage door repair services, we also provide and recommend preventative garage door maintenance in Bakersfield and communities throughout Kern County. Proactive maintenance is the best way to ensure your garage door is operating at its peak potential and that you put off costly repairs and replacement services as far into the future as possible.
KEITH ANDERSON was the Service Technician who looked after our needs today.... Dec,31,2015. He replaced the springs, cables, bearings, etc. and capably got our seized-up double garage door functioning properly. We were impressed with his polite call to confirm an arrival time, his promptness by arriving on time, good grooming, business-like courtesy, knowledge and workmanship. This is the third visit to our home by a Precision representative, the previous visits were in 2011 and 2012, and we would highly recommend your company & your employees!
When you're done watching this video you'll know how to determine whether the company you hired to replace your garage door spring installed the right size spring on your door. You'll also learn the consequences to your garage door opener if the wrong size spring is used. If you are having a problem with your garage door spring, the 2:30 minutes you spend watching this video is time will spent.
While you can certainly redo any security features on your garage door, it is often wise to replace the entire door if in fact that is the way a burglar gained access to your house. A new security code may seem like enough, but you don’t know how the thief figured out the old code in the first place. If the motor was disengaged, the issue might be a design flaw in the door itself. The best way to ensure that the thief doesn’t return or another thief doesn’t take advantage of the same unknown security weakness is to install a new door. Again, doing so with give you access to the kinds of robust security features that are being installed and implemented in the newest garage doors on the market.
Step 1: Check the metal tracks inside the garage. Look at the mounting brackets that hold the tracks to the walls. If they're loose, tighten the bolts or screws at the brackets. Working inside the garage with the garage door closed, examine the tracks for dents, crimps, or flat spots. If there are any damaged spots, pound them out with a rubber mallet, or with a hammer and a block of scrap wood. If the tracks are badly damaged, they should be replaced.
Because it was a Saturday and I knew the garage door company I usually use wasn't open week-ends. I decided to look on the internet for week-end workers. The first site that came up was Precision Overhead Garage. Their website said if you call before noon, you can get an appointment that day. Even though it was 1pm, I decided to call anyway. After explaining that I couldn't close or open my garage door, they told me they would go ahead and schedule a time that day...even though it was after their same-day service cut off time of noon. They told me the technician would arrive between 3pm-5pm and he would call before coming (that was nice because I was able to run errands locally and not have to wait at home for those 2 hours). I also have to mention that although the company used an answering service to take the call and schedule the appointment, the gentleman that helped me was also very professional and courteous. Derrick, the technician that was assigned to the repair, called to tell me he was on his way. It was also within the arrival timeframe the company had promised. When he got to my house, he was polite and professional. He assessed the problem and made sure that I was clear about the cost of the repair and the cost of the service call. I agreed and he immediately went to work. He never tried to sell me any other services or parts or repairs that weren't needed. He was finished within 45 minutes and the door worked perfectly. I was able to pay with a credit card even without them being able to verify the information because it was a week-end. I was very impressed that they did that, especially because I was a new customer and had no history with them. Obviously, by my 5-star rating, I would recommend them to anyone who is looking for a professional garage door company. Thank you to Derrick and Precision Overhead Garage Door Service!!