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We are reliable professionals with over 15 years of experience. We listen to our customers and work with them to address their needs through innovative solutions. We specialize in garage door repair on all major brands and models. We'll diagnose and provide the materials you need to get your garage door or opener back on track.
Service Area: Statesboro, Ga., Louisville, GA.,Dublin, Ga., Wrightsville, Ga., Swainsboro, Ga.,Millen, Ga., Claxton, GA., Glennville, Ga., Metter, Ga.,Soperton, Ga., Vidalia, Ga., Lyons, Ga., and all surrounding areas.
You name it and we can provide it.
We can repair or replace the following Garage Door Parts:
•Garage Door Springs
•Track Adjustment & Replacement
•Door Weather Seals
•Torsion Spring Conversions
•Garage Door Openers
•Emergency Repair Services
Install new and replace old doors.
With an experienced staff working around the clock, you can be sure we will get the job done and get it done right.
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Beecher Garage Doors was established in 2005 and specializes in sales, service and installation of residential and commercial garage doors and openers. We have availability to all major brands and a wide variety of styles, colors, and sizes to meet your garage door needs. (Raised Panel Steel, Carriage Style, and various types of insulated doors etc). Beecher Garage Doors is an authorized dealer of Genie and Liftmaster openers. Beecher Garage Doors sells commercial and industrial doors and openers.
"The installer showed up early, got the job done quickly and efficiently. He even cleaned and oiled the old rusty garage door track!!! Great job! " -- John F. , Statesboro, Ga.
"Timely, professional installation service. Will return due to convenience, and competitive pricing. " -- Judy S. , Vidalia, Ga.
"I ordered my new garage door opener online and received prompt and convenient service. I love my new garage door opener!" -- Rick G. , Swainsboro, Ga.
1270 New Hope Church Rd.
Swainsboro, Georgia 30401
Garage Door Maintenance Tips
You can easily perform some garage door system maintenance tasks yourself. If you are not comfortable performing these tests, have them performed by a trained service technician.
Please Note: To avoid any injury, it’s a good idea to let everyone in your household know that you are checking the garage door and that it is not to be opened or closed by anyone until you tell them you are all finished with your maintenance.
The following tests and related maintenance should be performed in the following order:
#1.Monthly visual inspection.
Stand inside the garage with the garage door closed. Look over the garage door springs, cables, rollers, pulleys and mounting hardware, such as hinges, for signs of wear or damage. Look for cable wear or fraying. Is the mounting hardware becoming loose? If something doesn’t look quite right – or doesn’t sound quite right – it could be the symptom of a more serious issue. Have the garage door system inspected by a trained service technician.
#2 Monthly door balance test.
If your door is equipped with an automatic opener system: close the door and disconnect the automatic opener. Once you are able to lift the door manually: Lift the door. It should lift smoothly with little resistance and should remain fully open. If it is difficult to open or does not remain open, the door may be out of balance and should be serviced by a trained service technician.
#3 Monthly reversing mechanism test (if your door is equipped with an automatic opener system).
Note: garage door openers manufactured after January 1, 1993, are required by federal law to be equipped with a reversing mechanism and a photo eye or edge sensor as added measures of safety to prevent entrapment. If your system does not have these features, replacement of your automatic operating system is recommended. With the door fully open, lay a piece of wood such as a section of a 2 x 4 on the floor in the center of the garage door opening where the door would touch the floor. Push your garage door opener’s transmitter or wall button to close the door. When the door strikes the wood, the door should automatically reverse. If the door does not automatically reverse, the door should be serviced by a trained service technician.
#4 Monthly photo eye test (if your door is equipped with an automatic opener system).
Note: garage door openers manufactured after January 1, 1993, are required by federal law to be equipped with a reversing mechanism and a photo eye or edge sensor as added measures of safety to prevent entrapment. If your system does not have these features, replacement of your automatic operating system is recommended. With the door fully open, push your garage door opener’s transmitter or wall button to close the door. Wave a long object, such as a broomstick, in front of one of the door’s photo eyes so it “breaks the beam.” The door should reverse. If it does not reverse and reopen, pull the broomstick out of the path of the closing door. Close the door. With the door in the closed position, clean the photo eyes with a soft, dry cloth. Gently adjust the photo eyes by hand if they appear to be out of alignment. Open the door and repeat the photo eye test. If the door does not reverse and reopen, the door should be serviced by a trained service technician.
#5 Monthly force setting test (if your door is equipped with an automatic opener system).
With the door fully open, push your garage door opener’s transmitter or wall button to close the door. As the door is closing, hold up the bottom of the door with your hands outstretched and stiff. If the door does not easily reverse and continues to close, pull your hands away immediately. The closing force is excessive and the door should be serviced by a trained service technician.
#6 Semi-annual lubrication.
Apply a small amount of spray lubricant to the door’s hinges, rollers and tracks.
Hope this quick guide will help you better understand your garage door more, remember If you want to set up a maintenance plan just contact us. We would be glad to be at your service..