Garage Door Brackets
Garage Door Bracket Replacement in Myrtle Beach, SC
Brackets help support the weight of your garage door and make sure it glides smoothly on the track when you open and close it.
When these brackets become damaged, it can cause serious issues such as the garage door not opening at all or even coming off the track.
If you’re experiencing problems with your brackets, don’t hesitate to contact Precision. We offer a thorough 25-point safety inspection and high-quality bracket replacements to ensure your garage door works efficiently and safely.
When is it Time to Replace the Brackets?
There are several types of garage door brackets. Torsion brackets are located at the top of the door and support the torsion springs. If your door uses extension springs, there are extension brackets at the bottom of the door. Mounting brackets are sometimes used to attach the door to the track.
Over time, garage door brackets can become damaged or worn out, causing issues with the proper functioning of the door. Your garage door brackets may need attention if:
- You notice noises like grinding or squealing when opening and closing the door
- The door has come off the track
- The door is failing to open or close correctly (or has trouble doing so)
- You can see visible damage like rust, cracks, or corrosion on the brackets
It’s best to call a professional as soon as possible if you notice anything unusual in the operation of your garage door. Ignoring worn brackets can cause other components of the garage door to experience excess stress and wear down faster.
Professional Garage Door Bracket Installation
At Precision, we use only the highest-quality parts to replace your garage door components. When you make an appointment with us, our skilled technicians arrive at your location in trucks stocked with everything necessary to complete the job in a single visit.
Myrtle Beach’s Trusted Garage Door Pros
Precision technicians use only the highest-quality parts to repair your garage door. This increases the durability and life span of your entire door, which saves you time and money on costly repairs in the long run.