We are a locally owned and operated company that cares about our customers and takes pride in our work by offering a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all the work that our certified technicians do. We promise to always be there on time rain or shine, and provide the perfect blend of quality and value so for all of your garage door needs to give us a call today and talk with one of the friendly and courteous phone representatives to set up an appointment we are there for you with 24/7 service.
Our Promise To You
We promise to always provide our customers with low prices on top brands, daily discounts and no extra fee for nights and weekends. We also offer service within the hour and 30 – 60 minute call ahead so you will know when we are on our way to you.
With our flexible hour and our 24/7 service available we can be there any time of the day or night that you need us to be, so whatever your scheduling needs are we can accommodate you.
Where To Find Us In Tyrone Georgia
We serve 5 different counties Including Fayette which is the county in which Tyrone is in, Tyrone is approximately 25 miles south of Atlanta Georgia and was named after Tyrone County in Ireland. So where ever you are within the service areas we can get to you at any point and time that you want/need us to be there.
- Fayette County
- Fulton County
- Clayton County
- Spalding County
- Cowetta County
Garage Services Of Tyrone Georgia
Through time, different weather changes and temperature changes your overhead garage door weather it is manual or automatic takes on a lot of different situations. So if you have found that you need repair or just a tune-up plus safety inspection on your garage door then we are just the company for you to call.
- Damaged panels
- Broken springs
- Cables and rollers
- Garage door openers
- Remotes and keypads
- Remote eye sensors
Garage Door Installation Services Of Tyrone Georgia
If you need a new garage door installed we are there for you for that too, even if you don’t want to go with a traditional model that’s ok because we offer an array of custom garage door designs to choose from. Whether you want an automatic or a manual overhead garage door we can install both of those kinds of doors, and if you choose automatic door we can get it hooked up with an automatic door opener as well.
- $100 off of single garage doors
- $125 off of new garage door openers
- $200 off of double garage doors
- Emergency service
- Service within 1 hour
- 30 – 60 minute call aheads
Common Garage Door Questions
Our experienced technicians are always eager to assist with your garage door concerns. Here are a few popular questions we receive:
1. Where is a Garage Door Lock?
The most common lock on a garage door is a slide lock. This lock is found on the inside of the garage door. The way to lock this type of lock is by simply sliding the lock into the track. It’s imperative that you unlock this lock before using your garage door opener or damage can occur. Another popular style of lock is a T-handle lock. This type of lock is located on the outside of the garage door and must be turned or rotated to secure the door.
2. Will My Garage Door Work Without Sensors?
You will not be able to open and close your garage door if the sensors are not functioning properly. The only way to circumvent this is by manually opening and closing the door. Sensors are necessary to ensure that there isn’t someone or something blocking the door when it shuts.
3. Are Garage Door Springs Color Coded?
Yes, garage door springs are color-coded for various reasons. Both torsion and extension springs are coded to identify the amount of weight they can lift. Torsion springs are also color-coded to help identify which springs are left wind or right wind springs.
4. My Springs are Rusty, What Should I do?
If you notice rust buildup on the springs it’s a good idea to have a professional come take a look. It may be time to have the springs replaced.
5. Can I Operate My Garage Door Remotely?
The answer to this question depends on the type of garage door opener you have installed. Many of the newer openers have Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connections that allow users to access an app to control the garage door settings. These features definitely come in handy if you think you may have forgotten to close the garage.
6. Can Garage Door Sensors Get Wet?
A little bit of rain shouldn’t do any damage to the sensors. However, if your garage experiences flooding or excessive exposure to water then you may encounter some problems.
Call us Now
So when you are ready for a new garage door give us a call and speak with one of friendly and courteous phone representatives about setting up an appointment with us and one of our certified technicians will out and install your new overhead garage door for you.