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Sommer Garage Door Openers

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All Sommer garage door openers come with a lifetime warranty on motor and parts! Made in Germany (so you know it's good). These innovative garage door openers have only 1 moving part, which means less to go wrong & among the quietest openers ever!

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We also carry Liftmaster & Chamberlain garage door openers including chain, belt & screw drives. Call us before you replace your opener. Sometimes it can be repaired or might just need a simple tune-up.

A garage door is made up of two parts. The first part is the one that opens the door (the mechanics) and then the garage door itself. Below is some general information about garage doors and some common issues about why they may not be functioning properly.

Garage Door Opener Gears

A popular question many homeowners ask is if repairing garage door opener gears is worth it or not? What can you expect to pay for a garage door motor gear kit replacement? Many times the homeowner can diagnose whether or not the gears are stripped without the help of a garage door repair company. You'll be able to hear the garage door opener motor working but with stripped gear teeth there is no way the motor has any sort of traction and all it's doing is slipping. If this sounds like the symptoms your garage door is having then you may be in need of a garage door gear replacement kit which we can assist you with. If you are not 100% sure you have stripped garage opener gears then make sure and give us a call and we would be happy to help.

Garage Door Opener Remotes

If your remote is not working normally there are a few things you can do. On average, a visor or keychain remote has a distance of about 3-5 car lengths. If your garage door transmitter is not working under this distance, here are some things that you can try:

  • Insert a new battery into your remote control. A weak battery is the leading cause of poor signal reach in your garage door remote.
  • Make sure that there is nothing between the remote and the receiver. Often, the signal will lose strength when passing through the body of a car.
  • Clear the receiver and then reset your remote control. This information is usually available in the product manual which can be found on the product pages or via the manufacturer’s website.
  • Try removing your pushbutton wires from your garage door motor to see if your wireless range improves. Occasionally, interference from power lines will cause this issue.
  • Interference might also come from television or CCTV cable, cable amplifiers, fluorescent lights, surge protectors, battery charging units, and anything that uses a timer such as sprinkler systems, alarm systems, and lights.
  • If none of the above reccomendations work, you might have a dead remote. We offer a wide selection of replacement remotes. If you can not find the remote that you are looking for, we will be happy to special order it for you.
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