Top 3 garage door repair services in Oklahoma City, OK

Porch Pro Headshot Discount Garage Door (OKC)
Locally owned and operated since 2001, Discount Garage Door is a Family owned company that is dedicated to quality, affordability and customer service. Specializing in garage doors, garage door repair, new garage door installations, and garage door openers.
400 S Vermont Ave Ste 125, Oklahoma City, OK
405-525-3667
Porch Pro Headshot The Garage Door Guys
I grew up doing garage doors with my dad , since I was 5, I'm 36 now. L I was raised in the garage door industry. Let my craftsmanship get you fixed up.
8013 NW 8th Ter, Oklahoma City, OK
405-409-7009
Porch Pro Headshot Hall Home Repair and Handyman Service LLC
Hall Home Repair and Handyman Service LLC is a Complete Handyman Service in the Moore/South OKC area. From small single item repairs to Full House Projects. Install Fencing, Flooring, Plumbing, Electrical, Painting, ECT Many References upon request. No Job to small
1408 SE 17th St, Moore, OK
405-641-8525

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Porch Pro Headshot Honey Do Helpers
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(2)
We are a results driven, customer minded, 5-star service giving company specializing in those tasks you either cant get to or simply won't do. From move-in make ready, to move-out cleanup, from curb to roof and everything in between we are your go to team. Take away the stress and let us help with...Read more about Honey Do Helpers
We are a results driven, customer minded, 5-star service giving company specializing in those tasks you either cant get to or simply won't do. From move-in make ready, to move-out cleanup, from curb to roof and everything in between we are your go to team. Take away the stress and let us help with...Read more about Honey Do Helpers
Porch Pro Headshot Shane's Handyman Service
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(105)
No Job Too Small. Just ask and I will tell you if I can do it. Serving Edmond, north Oklahoma City, Bethany and sometimes Guthrie.
No Job Too Small. Just ask and I will tell you if I can do it. Serving Edmond, north Oklahoma City, Bethany and sometimes Guthrie.
Porch Pro Headshot A-Handyman by Ronnie Weeks LLC
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(3)
Hi my name is Ronnie Weeks and I've been in the construction trade for over 20 years. I took the "plunge(er)" back in Oct 2012 I decided to start my own handyman business. I know, crazy right, so far I have been blessed with steady work by providing my clients "top shelf" work at a fair price. I ...Read more about A-Handyman by Ronnie Weeks LLC
Hi my name is Ronnie Weeks and I've been in the construction trade for over 20 years. I took the "plunge(er)" back in Oct 2012 I decided to start my own handyman business. I know, crazy right, so far I have been blessed with steady work by providing my clients "top shelf" work at a fair price. I ...Read more about A-Handyman by Ronnie Weeks LLC
Porch Pro Headshot Mark's Home Repair
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(60)
"Mark recently completed a large stockade fence for me. He and his crew tore out the old rotted panels, cut out several large trees that had grown in the fence rows, ground the stumps, plus tearing out an old chain link fence behind the old stockade fence. The neighbor behind has several dogs, he ...Read more about Mark's Home Repair
"Mark recently completed a large stockade fence for me. He and his crew tore out the old rotted panels, cut out several large trees that had grown in the fence rows, ground the stumps, plus tearing out an old chain link fence behind the old stockade fence. The neighbor behind has several dogs, he ...Read more about Mark's Home Repair
Porch Pro Headshot D&S Handyman services
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(8)
We can do remodel, tile wood flooring, sheet-rock paint, pluming in house patios, pergolas, fences, windows, and doors.
We can do remodel, tile wood flooring, sheet-rock paint, pluming in house patios, pergolas, fences, windows, and doors.
Porch Pro Headshot B&L Mechanical and Construction LLC
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(3)
"We had the back fence replaced 2/25/2016 and was pleased because it was a very good price. However, within six months or so it started to lean down. Come to find out two of the posts were not done properly and the gentleman came out and propped it up until they could come back and fix it and inst...Read more about B&L Mechanical and Construction LLC
"We had the back fence replaced 2/25/2016 and was pleased because it was a very good price. However, within six months or so it started to lean down. Come to find out two of the posts were not done properly and the gentleman came out and propped it up until they could come back and fix it and inst...Read more about B&L Mechanical and Construction LLC
Porch Pro Headshot Handyman Matters
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Handyman Matters is a handyman company located in Oklahoma City. They offer services such as frozen pipe repair, exterior painting, water softener installation, and shower door installation.
Handyman Matters is a handyman company located in Oklahoma City. They offer services such as frozen pipe repair, exterior painting, water softener installation, and shower door installation.

Frequently asked questions about garage door repair services

There are several reasons why your garage door sensors might malfunction. Garage door sensors are subject to wear and tear over time, so if your sensors are old, it may be time to have them replaced and updated. Some issues may require that the sensor be replaced altogether, but others can be a quick fix. Here are the most common reasons why your sensors might not work:

  • Debris blocking the sensors - Garage door sensors sit close to the ground to prevent the door from closing if there are pets, people, or other items in its path. Due to their necessary location, sensors collect dirt and dust over time and can potentially be blocked by leaves or twigs that make their way in. If your sensors aren’t working, check them to ensure they’re clean first.
  • Misalignment of sensors - Your garage door sensors work when the lights on both sensors line up. If something breaks the path of light between the sensors, your garage door will stop lowering. If the brackets holding the sensors have come loose over time, it may cause the sensors to lose their connection. Check and see if the mounting brackets for your sensors are loose. If they are, use a screwdriver to tighten them back up, and this might solve your alignment problem without having to call a pro.
  • A wiring malfunction - If you’ve checked that the sensors are both clean, aren’t being blocked, and are properly aligned, but you’re still not seeing lights on both sensors, there might be an electrical or another mechanical issue. If your troubleshooting efforts haven’t fixed the issue, it’s time to call in the pros.

The best choice for you when it comes to repairing or replacing your garage door will come down to the issue. If your garage door is 15 or 20 years old and you’re noticing issues with the motor, sensors, and overall appearance, it’ll likely make more sense to replace the door than to replace or repair all the individual parts.

However, if there’s damage to your door, like a dent from a car bumper, you may be able to replace the door only and save the cost of the motor, rails, and sensor.

The paint on garage doors is subject to fading over time, but if your motor and sensors are still working well, you can repaint the door to bring a fresh look to the exterior of your home. This is something you can take on as a DIY project with the right materials and tools, or hire a pro to take care of it quickly.

If you’re unsure whether to replace your garage door, the best choice is to call a local garage door repair company. They’ll come to your home and inspect your current door, providing you with a recommendation on the cost of repairs versus the price of a new door and installation.

Anything more than basic cleaning and checking alignment should be left to the pros. Garage doors use tension provided by large springs, and making adjustments without training can result in serious injuries - or even death - if something goes wrong. Additionally, most garage doors are very heavy. If they feel light, chances are there’s a lift assist from the springs, and your garage door will drop if those are disconnected.

Here are some things you can do yourself before calling a local garage door repair company:

  • Clean dust and dirt from your garage door sensors.
  • Check for any items blocking the path of light between the sensors.
  • Make sure the sensors are properly aligned.
  • Double-check that your garage door opens from the built-in panel. If it does, it’s possible that all your issues can be solved with a simple garage door opener repair.
  • Use a screwdriver to tighten loose sensor brackets. Only do this if the mounting brackets are wobbly; never take any pieces off of your garage door system.

There’s a particular sinking feeling when you hit the button to close your garage door, it gets almost all the way closed before stopping in its tracks or starts going back up again. Many of us use our garages for storage and parking, and the thought of leaving the door open overnight makes us uneasy. Not to mention, having your garage door open can drastically impact the temperature inside your home if you live in a climate with chilly winters.

Many garage doors automatically try to open fully again if they encounter an obstacle. This is a safety measure to create space under the door, but it can also mean that your door stays all the way open when you don’t want it to.

There are a few things to can try to get your garage door to close:

  • Check the tracks - It’s easy for debris, dirt, and ice to get stuck in the rails, which can prevent your garage door from closing all the way.
  • Make sure nothing is blocking the path of the sensors - Even a small item, like the handle of a grocery bag, can be enough to break the connection and cause your garage door to remain open.
  • Clean the sensors and look for a small light on both sensor panels - Your garage door sensors need to be clean for the lights to work, and there should be a light on each sensor panel. If you can’t see two lights, there’s a malfunction.

The most commonly malfunctioning element of a garage door is the springs. Expect to pay between $100 and $200 to repair them. You’ll need to factor in labor costs as well, which vary based on your location and the current demand.

Garage door springs need to be tuned yearly to stay in tip-top shape, and doing this can save you a more costly bill in the long run. This is an easy item to add to your yearly maintenance schedule. It isn’t costly, can be scheduled in advance, and can be done before chilly weather hits to prevent your garage door from being stuck open in the cold.

Another detail to consider is the age of your original garage door system. Older models may not be compatible with current springs, which could mean you need to replace your garage door to fix the problem.

In addition, supply chain troubles can mean that your wait time or the overall availability of new springs might be in question. A quick call to a local garage door repair company will give you insight into wait times and if your garage door can be repaired with new parts or not.

If your garage door is damaged by a break-in or an accident, you can make an insurance claim. There are pros and cons to doing this, and it’s worth weighing these before you dial up your insurance company.

  • Is the value of the repair or replacement more than your deductible? Small repairs are likely worth paying for out of pocket since you’ll have to pay your deductible and be subject to an insurance increase the following year.
  • Is it a functional or cosmetic repair? Dings, scratches, and dents that don’t impact the overall function of your garage likely aren’t worth the trade-off for making an insurance claim.
  • Was the damage done by you or someone in your household? If the answer is yes, there’s a reasonable chance your premium will go up when you renew your insurance. Depending on your situation, the deductible plus a potential increase might make it more cost-effective to pay for the repair instead of making an insurance claim.
  • Is your garage attached to your home? In some cases, detached garages aren’t covered by a home insurance policy. Either way, it’s good to know the ins and outs of what your policy covers for outbuildings on your property.
  • Is the replacement due to damage or age/ wear and tear? Home insurance typically covers damage due to a crime or a weather event but won’t cover wear and tear due to age. If you want to cover yourself for these things, consider a home warranty in addition to home insurance.

Recent reviews for Oklahoma City garage door repair services

8200

Excellent to keep appointment. Excellent work quality. Very good value.

- donna thornton
52868

Mark and his crew Kenny, Ian, and Pete, were true professionals. They removed and built 4 wooden gates and fencing for us. They did not just buy stockade fencing from the hardware store -they built it all from scratch! We now have the most beautiful stu...

- Valerie Fricke
77077

Did quality work in a timely and professional manner.

- Bo Broadwater
1858

I called this company on 22 July 2014 to ask them to come and re-caulk my windows inside and out. They told me the price per hour and said to text my info their phone number and they would be out on 23 July 2014 after lunch. By 2:00PM they had not arriv...

- Kay Wilmoth
2253

Excellent work quality. Excellent value. Would recommend.

Loved it.

- Ronnie Weeks

All Garage Door Repair Services in Oklahoma City, OK

Porch Pro Headshot All About Homes
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
We are a complete home repair company. We have over 30 years experience in all types of home repair, remodel and construction. We work with several homeowners and property owners throughout the Oklahoma City Metro and surrounding areas.
We are a complete home repair company. We have over 30 years experience in all types of home repair, remodel and construction. We work with several homeowners and property owners throughout the Oklahoma City Metro and surrounding areas.
Porch Pro Headshot CCM Overhead Doors
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
CCM Overhead Doors is a locally owned and operated garage door service and installation business out of Oklahoma City. We take pride in our excellent level of customer service and attention to detail to ensure that our customers receive the best experience with their new garage door. We service the ...Read more about CCM Overhead Doors
CCM Overhead Doors is a locally owned and operated garage door service and installation business out of Oklahoma City. We take pride in our excellent level of customer service and attention to detail to ensure that our customers receive the best experience with their new garage door. We service the ...Read more about CCM Overhead Doors
Porch Pro Headshot Gleason Design & Install, LLC
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Locally owned and operated small business that specializes in: select handyman services, minor residential renovations, division 10 commercial installs, designing and building custom woodwork. Great pride is taken in our client service and work quality; we prefer to meet with clients prior to quoti...Read more about Gleason Design & Install, LLC
Locally owned and operated small business that specializes in: select handyman services, minor residential renovations, division 10 commercial installs, designing and building custom woodwork. Great pride is taken in our client service and work quality; we prefer to meet with clients prior to quoti...Read more about Gleason Design & Install, LLC
Porch Pro Headshot JC Enterprises
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Remodeling, Handyman, Home Inspection Repair Room additions New construction Carpentry Fully licensed and insured Contractors Course in 1995 BBB rating
Remodeling, Handyman, Home Inspection Repair Room additions New construction Carpentry Fully licensed and insured Contractors Course in 1995 BBB rating
Porch Pro Headshot Plant's Handyman Service
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
We do general handyman project such as painting, yard clean up, minor plumbing, minor remodeling, and much more.
We do general handyman project such as painting, yard clean up, minor plumbing, minor remodeling, and much more.
Porch Pro Headshot Williams Roofing & Construction
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(2)
Porch Pro Headshot His and Hers Handyman Services, LLC
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Porch Pro Headshot Handled Today HandyMan services
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Reliable service, great pricing, no hassles, one stop shop, handled today !!
Reliable service, great pricing, no hassles, one stop shop, handled today !!
Porch Pro Headshot Jeremy kerr
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Porch Pro Headshot Lucky's Lawn Services
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Porch Pro Headshot Dorward Wood Working
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Porch Pro Headshot KMG construction
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Porch Pro Headshot Daveshandyman
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Porch Pro Headshot Fair and Square Handyman Services
Garage Door Repair
Serves Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Choctaw 73020
Garage Door Repair
Start Date
I'm flexible
Service
Door repair
Type of door
Roll-up
Service type
Repair garage door and/or opener
Door issues
Damaged door, Off tracks
Door size
2 car
Door material
Aluminum
Moore 73160
Garage Door Repair
Start Date
Within a week
Service type
Repair garage door and/or opener
Type of door
Roll-up
Door issues
I'm not sure
Door size
2 car
Door material
Aluminum