Safety & Security

Safety & Security

When it comes to the safety and security of your home or business, only the best will do. To us, that means responding quickly, completing repairs and or installations in a timely manner and giving you the peace of mind that it will work how it should when you need it to.  Safety and Security is extremely important to us.  We strive to provide only the safest way of servicing your garage and home. That’s why any time we service a door, we make sure that everything is not only safe, but secure. Listed below are a few ways we ensure safety and security:

We make sure that your door is shutting and sealing properly making it harder for thieves to gain entry through your garage door:

• A popular entry way of burglars is through the garage door. If your garage door and opener are not adjusted properly, a burglar can push in on the top section of your garage door and pull the emergency release thereby enabling them to manually open the garage door.

Any time we service a door and opener we make sure that your door and opener are adjusted properly so that your door functions as it is intended thereby making your garage more safe and secure.


Making sure that your remotes and frequencies are up to date so that people cannot gain entry by using your opener:

• Before the 90’s most garage door manufacturers used single code technology when it came to garage door openers. This meant that your unit operated on a single code so when you pressed your remotes your remotes would use that code to open and close your door. Current garage door openers use what is called rolling code technology and the openers code “rolls” or changes every time you hit your remote; therefore, making it impossible for someone to know the code your opener is using.

If your equipment is out of date, we carry a full line of Liftmaster products on our vehicles so that we can update any outdated equipment.


Making sure that your opener unit is up to date and up to code with the UL-325 Compliance issued in 1993:

• In 1993 UL-325 became an enforced code on all housing. This means that on all openers manufactured after 1993 not only have to have the safety reverse sensors, but they must be mounted within 3-6 inches of the floor. This protects animals and people from being crushed by the door when it is closing. When servicing an opener we note and speak to the owner regarding any components that are not up to code and are trained and certified to repair or replace the out of date components.

Making sure that your door and opener is safe to operate in it’s current mechanical condition.

• Some doors that we see are unfit for operation. This could be because the door is in danger of falling off of the tracks due to a high amount of damage, or it could be due to a malfunctioning opener. No matter if it is in need of repair or installation we have the parts and supplies to get you back on track in no time.