Not all faulty garage doors require replacement. in some cases, a faulty garage door can be repaired by replacing individual parts. However, in other, more extreme cases, it makes more sense to totally replace the garage door. A garage door typically only needs repairs when one or a few minor components Is not working normally. However, if a major component or the structural integrity of the garage door is compromised, it is more efficient and economically prudent to replace the entire garage door. Here are the typical cases where we recommend that you replace your garage door:
When a garage door is old with an outdated structure
Older garage doors may not combine well with modern garage door components. In a situation like this, a complete replacement of the garage door guarantees efficient operation and safety.
When the repair costs more than the replacement
In some cases, the damage to the garage door is so extensive that the cost of repairing the garage door outweighs the cost of replacing the garage door. In this case, our experts will recommend a complete replacement of the garage door.
The extent of the damage and technical condition of the garage door compromises our safety guarantee
Extensive damage to the garage door sometimes compromises the operational safety of the garage door. In this case, our experts cannot provide a guarantee of safe garage door operation following repairs and would rather recommend a complete replacement of the garage door.
The home design and style of the garage door do not match
Our specialists make recommendations based on both aesthetics and functionality. When the home design and garage door style do not match, it does not produce the best aesthetic result, and as such, our specialists would recommend a complete replacement.
The garage door does not provide optimal thermal insulation.
In case of any doubt about the best course of action, please consult us for a professional assessment of your garage door and an expert recommendation on the best course of action.