Garage Door Opener Chain Replacement
Chain Drive Garage Door Opener Services
Chain drive garage door openers are popular for their strength and durability, but even the strongest garage door components experience wear and tear.
A worn or broken chain can cause your garage door to malfunction and compromise its safety. Replacing your chain is an essential part of maintaining your door and ensuring that it operates smoothly.
If you’re having trouble with your opener chain, call Precision 24/7 for an inspection.
Do You Have a Chain Drive Opener?
Chain drive garage door openers are named for the metal chain that moves the garage door up and down. The chain is connected to a motor and a trolley, which moves along a rail to open and close the garage door.
These types of openers are among the most widely available and popular garage door openers. They’re known for their durability and long lifespan, and they can last for many years if properly maintained.
Need something quieter?
For many garage doors, chain drive openers are a fantastic choice. The drawback is that they’re very loud – especially if your garage is attached to your home. If you’d like to switch to a quieter opener, we can help!
At Precision, we install reliable, belt-drive PDS 370 openers with ultra-quiet DC motors. They have all the dependability of chain drive systems without any of the racket.
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Professional Garage Door Opener Chain Replacement
As your garage door opener chain starts to wear down, you may notice that your door isn’t functioning as it should.
Here are a few signs to watch for that may indicate it’s time to have it replaced.
- The door shakes when opening – First, take a look at your rollers and tracks to see if there’s any debris or broken parts that might be causing a hitch. If everything looks good there, the opener chain may be wearing down.
- You hear suspiciously loud noises – Chain drive openers are loud, but excessive noise may be a sign that something is wrong.
- Your door moves slowly or reverses when closing – This might occur as a result of something obstructing your garage door sensors, but it may also hint at an issue with the chain or opener.
A broken chain can have an impact on your entire garage door system and pose a safety risk. Garage doors depend on numerous moving parts working together, so broken or worn chains shouldn’t be ignored.
If you notice that something doesn’t seem right about the way your door is performing, it’s best to call a professional for a thorough inspection. Precision technicians will quickly get your door back in working order using only the highest-quality parts!
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