Garage Door Repair

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Garage Door Repair

If you need quality residential garage door repair near Central Wisconsin, trust Mound View Garage Doors to get the job done. Our experienced technicians have decades of experience in the garage door industry. That means regardless of the issue, we can identify the problem and fix it quickly. From worn out rollers to broken springs, we have the replacement parts on hand to get your door up and running again.

Common Garage Door Repairs

Garage Door Spring Replacement

Garage Door Spring Replacement

For the three types of garage door springstorsion, extension, and Wayne Dalton Torque Masterregular maintenance is essential. Like cables, springs hold a lot of tension and weight to keep your garage door in the correct position. When they break or elongate, they need to be replaced so that your door can function. If you see a gap in your spring like in the photo to the left, contact us for a repair or replacement. 

Broken Garage Door Cables

Replacing or resetting garage door cables is a common repair that we perform for residential garage doors. However, it is vital to replace your garage door cables before they wear to the point of breaking. This is important because cables support a majority of the door’s weight. When they snap suddenly, it could cause an injury or damage to sections of the door. 

Broken Garage Door Cables
Garage Door Roller Replacement

Garage Door Roller Replacement

Are you experiencing a grinding or screeching noise when opening and closing your door? This is a common sign that your garage door rollers are worn out and need replacing. As rollers rust over time or bend from the weight of the door, that may eventually fall out of track. This could damage your door or cause harm to you or a family member. That is why it is important to prioritize roller replacement when you notice an issue. One of our experienced technicians can replace your rollers easily with the upgraded options we keep in stock. Instead of waiting for your old rollers to cause a problem, contact us today!

Broken Garage Door Opener

Your garage door opener is the motor that makes the automated opening and closing of your garage door possible. That means when it is malfunctioning, your keypad or phone app will not be able to open your door. Your motor may be a chain, belt, direct drive located on the ceiling of your garage or a jackshaft on the wall beside your door. Either way, our experienced technicians can identify the problem based on the type and brand, offering you the best repair or replacement options.

Broken Garage Door Opener

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