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If your door won’t close or goes down part way and comes back up, it is likely that your garage door opener sensors are the culprits. The sensor’s; both the transmitter (sender) and the receiver are located on opposite sides of your garage door, typically near the ground.

Here are a couple of things you can check for:

1. Is there dirt or spider webs covering the sensors? If so, gently
clean off both sensors.
2. Make sure there aren’t any obstructions blocking the sensors.

If the sensors are clean with no obstructions, try aligning them. Check out LiftMaster’s video below on how to align the sensors.

NOTE: If you are unable to get the door closed and the safety sensors are the issue, the garage door can be closed by pressing and holding the inside wall pad button until down travel is completed.

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Save up to $200 on your new garage door installation!

Our new garage doors are a package deal so you know exactly what’s included when it is installed.

Every New Door Installation Includes:

- Installation
- Quality Panels
- Torsion Springs
- Track
- Vinyl Rollers + Trim
- Heavy Duty Operator bracket
- Tear Out + Haul Off (old door)

Call or contact us online for a FREE estimate - 303.576.8662

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Broken Spring?

Springs are the muscle that lifts your garage door! We replace torsion and extension springs.

Our torsion springs are zinc, galvanized springs that have a high life cycle. When both are replaced we provide a LIFETIME WARRANTY!

Always remember, a properly balanced garage door with the correct size springs will allow your garage door to be working at it’s maximum efficiency every time!

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Are your garage doors ready for cold temperatures?

Here are a few things that you can do to keep your garage door in good working order:

1. Annual tune-ups help ensure reliable operation
2. Replace cracked or damaged weather stripping
3. Make sure that your car remotes and wireless keypads have new batteries

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