The products and services included in garage door installation vary from one contractor to the next, but they’re generally the same. You can expect the following when a professional installs your equipment:
A garage door isn’t easy to transport in most vehicles. Fortunately, an installer will deliver it for you. An extra fee could apply if you live far away from the warehouse where this product is stored.
In addition to the door, the contractor will install new brackets, tracks, cables, springs and other components. A professional will also take the time to fully test the mechanism before leaving.
If you have an old garage door, the installer will remove it from the tracks. Disposal may or may not cost extra depending on your location and this unit’s size or material.
Installation usually includes a guarantee that the equipment was set up properly. If you purchase this service from a reputable company, it will correct any mistakes made by the technician at no extra charge.
It depends on the specific model, but most new doors don’t include certain optional features. You’ll probably need to pay more if you want to add insulation, windows, insect screens or customization.
Installation normally doesn’t come with an automatic opener. However, you may already own this device. If so, the technician will disconnect the opener from your old door, attach it to the new unit and conduct testing.
Optional opener features like backup batteries usually necessitate additional fees. An electric opener often includes at least one portable remote control, but you’ll need to order any extra remotes separately.
If you’re in need of a sturdy, reliable new garage door, we can assist you. Our company offers well-made equipment and competitive pricing. Please contact our knowledgeable staff for an installation quote or further details.