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Garage Door Opener Repair In Twin Cities

 

garage door replacement: johnsons installerAfter years of receiving countless calls for garage door repairs in Twin Cities, it’s safe to say that most repairs end up being fixed by realigning the photo eyes or replacing worn gears found within the garage door opener itself. In other instances there may be no other choice but to replace the garage door opener motor, circuit board, limit switches, trolleys, drive trains, belts and any number of other moving parts located inside the garage door opener. If you’re lucky, all your garage door opener will need is a simple adjustment without the need to replace any parts at all.

We Repair All Garage Door Openers

If you’re noticing that your garage door opener is acting up and not working properly anymore, call Johnsons Garage Door Experts today to schedule an appointment with a professional technician at your earliest convenience.

Our team of skilled technicians have experience repairing garage door openers or both residential and commercial uses. We provide service for all garage door opener brands models including but not limited to Genie, Lift Master, Chamberlain, Wayne Dalton and much more.

So if you ever find yourself with a broken garage door opener, contact Johnsons Garage Door Repair in Twin Cities and schedule a professional technician to get you up and running in no time. Our technicians are highly knowledgeable and experienced in troubleshooting any opener problems you may have; they’ll get it fixed and working properly.

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Garage Door Opener Safety

One of the major concerns regarding garage door openers and garage doors in general is the importance of being safety compliant. We make sure that there is no danger to anyone by running tests on all mechanisms to ensure everything is working as expected. There are a number of key elements that need to be tested in order to ensure you meet safety requirements: