Maple Ridge has some beautiful houses that are worthy of the best care. However, even the nicest looking home’s appearance can be tarnished by a garage door that has fallen into Chaos. If you live in Maple Ridge and are looking to take your home’s appearance up a notch you may want to look at a new garage door. The same applies to businesses, many customers will judge the business on how it looks, upgrading your old garage door can make all of the difference
Get a FREE Estimate Today!
Call 604.313.0108 or
Top-Rated Maple Ridge Garage Door Repair Service
Garage Doors are an essential part of your average suburban home in Maple Ridge and have a very simple purpose: to open and close. Day in and day out, you open and close your garage door, and everything is going fine until it just stops working. A non-functional garage door can be very frustrating, especially when you have to get to work in 20 minutes.
So to help you better prepare for the day, before your garage door runs into problems, here is a list of some of the most common garage door problems you may run into.
A Frozen Garage Door Repair
Winter is one of the worst times for your home and its various parts, especially the garage door. Especially with the temperature in Maple Ridge ranging from 10°C to -10°C. Truly, these cold days really make you appreciate a well functioning garage door.
The moisture or liquid at the bottom of your garage door can make it difficult for you to open the door. Or worse, the bearings in your garage door can freeze up, making it almost impossible for you to open your garage door.
While the bearings will require professional help, you can easily break off the ice from the floor. By using a blow dryer or various de-icing methods, you can easily chip off the ice from the door. But whatever you do, resist the urge to keep pressing the garage opening button. You may lead yourself down a rabbit hole of some very serious problems like a burnt-out motor or a broken spring.
A Noisy Garage Door
This is possibly the most annoying problem that you will face with your garage door. Neighbourhoods in Maple Ridge tend to be quiet and peaceful until you hear the loud, rickety noise of an old garage door. Trying to make a silent retreat to the store without waking everyone up in your house; well, that won’t happen when your garage door sounds like a creaking seesaw. That too, a very LOUD creaking seesaw.
Fortunately, for you, sometimes all a noisy garage door needs are some oil and maintenance. On the other hand, you may even have to replace entire parts of your garage door in order to stop that noise.
Broken Garage Door Glass
With the number of sports that go on in your front lawn, a broken glass doesn’t seem so farfetched. In fact, you may have already had a few broken garage windows over the years. However, a broken garage door isn’t as funny when you start to realize the many problems that come with broken glass. Other than people getting injured in your home, it’s also an open invitation to every bird and insect in the area to take refuge in your garage. Not to mention a broken window can lead to security risks and break-ins.
Faulty Garage Door Opener
Sometimes there is nothing wrong with your garage door at all. Sometimes, it can be the garage door opener itself, causing the problems. Although rare, it isn’t uncommon for the garage door opener to a malfunction or acts up. So if the garage door opener does decide to take the day off, it can leave you out in Maple Ridge’s blistering cold.
Lucky for you, garage door opener problems can be very easy to diagnose and repair.
A Worn Out Garage Door
Garage doors don’t usually wear out and can last over 50 years with the right maintenance. On the other hand, without the right maintenance, your garage door won’t make it past 15 years. And at that 15-year mark, if you start seeing problems, you may be spending more on the repairs than what the actual door costs. At that point, you are better off buying a new garage door rather than repairing the old one. Moreover, you may want to replace the door for aesthetic reasons, as a worn-out door doesn’t look good on a high-valued house.
Let’s face it; you often take your garage for granted. But the truth is that your garage houses hundreds of dollars worth of equipment that could leave a serious dent in your wallet. And without a properly functioning garage door, someone could easily walk in and make their way to the items in your garage.
Your garage door is an essential part of your home, and it is about time that you start treating it like one. So if you are looking to get your garage door repair in Maple Ridge, be sure to visit our contact us page or call @ 604-313-0108
#1 Choice for Garage Door Repair in Maple Ridge, British Columbia
Titan Garage Doors Coquitlam is located on 3003-3102 Windsor Gate, Coquitlam, BC. From Vancouver International Airport (YVR) get on BC-99 S from Grant McConachie Way E and Sea Island Way. Then head northwest on Grant McConachie Way E, and use the left 2 lanes to turn slightly left. Next use the left 2 lanes to turn slightly left, and continue straight onto Grant McConachie Way E. After that, use the right 2 lanes to take the ramp to BC-99 S/Seattle/City Centre/Richmond, and continue onto Sea Island Way. At this point use the right lane to merge onto BC-99 S via the ramp to New Westminster/Delta/Surrey/BC-91, and take BC-91 and BC-91A to Stewardson Way in New Westminster. Then take the Stewardson Way exit from BC-91A, and merge onto BC-99 S. Next, take exit 37 for BC-91 E toward Delta/Surrey, and merge onto BC-91. After that, take exit 11 toward BC-91A, and keep left, follow signs for BC-91A N/New Westminster and merge onto BC-91A. At this point, exit onto Stewardson Way toward New, and get on Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 E in Coquitlam from Front St and Brunette Ave. Then merge onto Stewardson Way, and continue straight onto Columbia St. Next use the right lane to turn slightly left onto Front St, and slight right onto E Columbia St. At this point, turn right onto Brunette Ave, and take the BC-1 E/Trans Canada Highway ramp. Then take BC-7 to Pinetree Way N, and merge onto Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 E. After that, take exit 44 for British Columbia 7B E/British Columbia 7 E toward Coquitlam City Centre/Maple Ridge, and keep right at the fork, follow signs for Coquitlam City Centre/BC-7 E and merge onto BC-7. Then keep right to continue on BC-7 E, follow signs for British Columbia 7 E, and continue on Pinetree Way N. At this point, take Lincoln Ave to Windsor Gate, and continue straight onto Pinetree Way N. After that, turn right onto Lincoln Ave, and turn left onto Pipeline Rd. Finally, turn right onto Windsor Gate, and Titan Garage Doors Coquitlam will be on the right.
We are open Monday-Sunday: 24/7.
For additional questions, you can call us at (604) 313-0108.