GARAGE DOOR OPENERS

Your garage door is the largest entryway into your home, and you likely use it every day. An automatic entry system allows convenient, safe, and easy access to your home.

Stateline Garage Door offers our own line of garage door openers, along with top manufacturers such as Chamberlain, Genie, and LiftMaster. Our trained technicians can install all models of garage door openers and remotes, or repair your opener if it is malfunctioning in Athens Al, Madison Al, Tanner Al, Toney Al, Harvest Al, Owens Cross Roads Al, Hampton Cove Al, Huntsville Al, Decatur Al, Florence Al, Rogersville Al, Hazel Green Al, Ardmore Al, Elkmont Al, Pulaski Tn, Minor Hill Tn, Prospect Tn, Taft Tn, Ardmore Tn and Fayetteville Tn.

Types of Garage Door Openers

There are four main types of garage door openers. Stateline Garage Door can help you choose the right type for your door and lifestyle.

Chain Drive Openers – Chain drive garage door openers use a metal chain to power the opening and closing of your garage door. Chain drive openers are reliable and economical, but may not be as quite as other types of openers.

Belt Drive Openers– Belt drive garage door openers are extremely quiet and offer reliable, long-lasting performance at a slightly higher cost.

Screw Drive Openers – Screw drive garage door openers use a lifting mechanism that moves along a threaded steel rod. They are powerful units that provide years of reliable service. Screw drive systems work especially well with one-piece doors.

Jackshaft Openers – Jackshaft garage door openers are specially designed for spaces where a traditional garage door opener won’t fit, such as garages with very low, cathedral, or obstructed ceilings. Jackshaft systems also allow for more overhead storage space.

If you are experiencing problems with your garage door opener or remote, Stateline Garage Door offers repair services from our qualified repairmen. We offer same day service and 24/7 emergency repair services. In some cases, our technicians may recommend replacement of your garage door opener.

In general, you should replace your garage door opener if:

  • Your opener is more than 15 years old
  • There are safety concerns with a specific brand or the manufacturer has been sued for safety defects
  • There are no photo electric safety eyes present on your system
  • The brand no longer exists and parts are unavailable

Contact Stateline Garage Door

If you are experiencing problems with your garage door opener, or want to upgrade your current opener, contact Stateline Garage Door today for a free quote.