PEORIA GARAGE DOOR REPAIR, REPLACEMENT
Peoria Garage Doors, A family owned and operated business serving the Peoria area for over 10 years and the leader in serving America’s garage door needs. We specialize in installing and replacing, repairing garage doors and garage door openers! We take pride in our garage door service with prompt, courteous, professional technicians who will tackle your problem with a guaranteed low price – anywhere, any day, any time.
Avondale Garage Doors is a family owned and operated business with over 17 years of experience in the garage door industry. We pride ourselves on being able to offer our customers the best service, quality products, and prices for their needs. Our technicians are highly trained with many certifications including NARI (National Association of Remodeling Industry) and we use only top-of-the-line brands such as Clopay® Steel Door Company and Wayne Dalton®, to ensure each garage door we install provides years of reliable service at an affordable price. Whether you need a residential or commercial project completed, Avondale Garage Doors has you covered!
Avondale Garage Doors is a company that has been repairing and installing garage doors in the West Valley for over 20 years. With an experienced team of technicians who are always on call, we make sure you get your door fixed right the first time. We specialize in all types of repairs including broken springs, bent tracks, faulty cables, rollers out of alignment; Avondale Garage Doors gets it done!
Avondale Garage Doors is a family-owned business that has been serving the West Valley for over 30 years. We are often known as one of the best garage door installers and repair companies in the area, but we also offer services like automatic opener installation and maintenance, track repairs, and many more. Our certified technicians will analyze your issue and formulate a plan to correct it quickly at an affordable price. You can always count on us for fast service with no hidden charges! Give Avondale Garage Doors a call today to schedule an appointment or simply stop by our showroom if you’re in town.
Have you ever wondered how long a garage door opener will last before it needs to be replaced?
An opener installation is an expensive process. Not only does it cost to garage door in the first place but also garage door replacement can be costly as well. Here are some garage door repair questions that many people find themselves asking on a regular basis.
How often do garage door openers need to be replaced?
Most garage doors do not last forever, so garage door opener replacement will become necessary at some point for most people. A garage door opener will last anywhere from ten to twenty years or more with routine maintenance and checking up on the equipment. However, if there is an issue or several issues with your garage door and its opener, then you may have to consider replacing it sooner than later due to safety concerns.
Can I fix my garage door lift-assist spring myself?
A broken garage door lift-assist spring replacement should only be done by a qualified professional. When garage door springs break, they can send pieces of the broken garage door opener flying around and it will be very dangerous for anyone nearby.
Is my garage door opener repairable?
It is possible to repair a garage door opener rather than replace it with a brand new garage door opener system. However, there are some circumstances where replacement is necessary for garage doors that are older or have other issues which make repairing them more difficult than your average garage door. if your garage door opener was manufactured before 2005 it is likely that electronic circuit boards and other components required for repair are not available or will be more expensive than a new garage door opener.
How much does garage door opener repair cost?
The cost of garage door opener repair varies. If you have just a standard garage door opener with no special features the garage door springs and garage doors panels can be replaced for around $300 to $500. Standard garage door openers are generally the least expensive units available, but this may not be where your money is best spent. Many times less expensive garage openers will need replacement again in only a few years time which would make it more cost effective to invest in a better model from the start. We offer competitive pricing on all garage doors products, installation and service! Visit us today! Contact us here!
Converting To A Belt Drive Garage Door Opener
If you are looking for less frequent maintenance with your garage door, and less noise overall, you might want to consider converting the chain drive on your garage door to a belt drive. A garage door opener with a belt drive will give your home a quieter alternative for your garage door. Most belt garage door openers will be bi-directional, which means they can open your garage door in both directions. Many garage doors have the option of a garage opener that has two torsion springs instead of one. This type of garage opener is known as a dual or double spring drive garage opener. For doors over 500 pounds, a garage opener with two torsion springs ensures the best operation and control for your garage door.
Integration of your garage door opener to your smart home
Many new homes allow the integration of security systems and garage door openers to be controlled by a smartphone. This garage door opener has the benefit of being accessed at any time provided you have your phone on hand and is beneficial for when you need to open or close your garage door remotely especially if you are away from home.
Security Tips for Your Garage Door
Older garage doors especially an inexpensive one is very vulnerable to being used as a point of entry into your home while you are away. If your garage door is not secure, you are much more vulnerable to a home break-in. Here are a few garage door security tips:
- Ensure garage doors have deadbolts – There are many garage door openers that will call themselves “secure” because they have bolts at the top and bottom of garage doors however these bolts do little to prevent burglary if the garage can easily be lifted up or slid sideways off of their tracks by hand. A deadbolt lock is beneficial as it requires a small bit of mechanical effort to lift even when unlocked so that in either case the garage door cannot easily be forced open so there is enough time for someone to hear or see an intruder before they gain entry into the house.
- Install a garage door timer – A garage door timer will automatically close your garage door after a set interval, improving your security if you leave and forget to close the door.
- Garage door security bars – Are a good idea when you have garage doors that come with sections where the garage door is designed as shown above and in this manner it can never be fully locked closed. These steel bars will help bar access to the garage from the outside while they keep intruders out by being attached on both side of garage doors making entry virtually impossible. The benefit of garage door security bars is also that its one time investment, cheap and easy to install with no need for structural changes or rewiring anything. It’s enough to screw them into place with screws at each corner location being quite sufficient and convenient.
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Servicing All Major Garage Door Brands
We repair and install all major makes and models of garage doors and garage openers including:
- 1st United Technology
- Wayne Dalton
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Avondale Garage Doors provides affordable garage door service, repair and installation. We use the highest quality brands to ensure each garage door we install provides years of reliable service and that our customers are completely satisfied. We are available 6 days a week and offer same day garage repair and installation service.
About Peoria, Arizona
Peoria is a city in Maricopa and Yavapai counties in the U.S. state of Arizona. Most of the city is located in Maricopa County, while a portion in the north is in Yavapai County. It is a major suburb of Phoenix. As of the 2020 census, the population of Peoria was 190,985, up from 154,065 in 2010. It is currently the sixth-largest city in Arizona in land area and the ninth-largest in population. It was named after Peoria, Illinois. The word peoria is a corruption of the Miami-Illinois word for "prairie fire". It is the spring training home of the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners, who share the Peoria Sports Complex.
Neighborhoods in Peoria, Arizona
Downtown Peoria, Old Town Peoria, Peoria Square, Peoria Homes, Albertsons Peoria Marketplace, Sunset View, Peoria Town Center, Grand Manor, Peoria Heights, Braewood Peoria, Erin Groves, Windmill, Granite Run, Peoria Crossing, Wood, Desert Vista Place, Deer Creek, Parkview West, Springer Ranch, Garden Point