Liftmaster Garage Door Replacement
What is the difference between Liftmaster and Liftmaster?
Liftmaster and Liftmaster brands are owned by the same company. Thus you getting the same quality of product, but the design and target market is different.
Do you repair inoperable garage doors?
Unfortunately we do not. We recommend that you contact a local garage door company for this repair.
Can I force the garage door to close?
For Chamberlain and Liftmaster garage door openers, there is a way to force the opener to close the door. Using the door control (button on the inside) or door remote (usually in vehicle), press and hold the button while the door goes down. Once the door has closed completely, you may then release the button and the door will remain closed until the button is pressed again to open it.
My garage door will not close. What's wrong with it?
There are multiple reason that the door will not close. Here are the most common reasons:
- The garage door spring(s) have broken and thus the amount of force required to move the door has significantly increased. As a result, the opener will not move as picked up on this change.
- The sensors are out of alignment and need to be realigned. Misaligned sensors can happen when they are bumped accidently, when temperature significantly changes, or if the sensors become dirty or dusty.