Garage Door Remote Repair

Garage door remote controls are handy and for many people, they are the key that allows them to enter their homes. They cause few troubles, are easy to fix when they do, and can be replaced at little expense.

But what, exactly, should you do when your remote control button fails to perform its duty? Or where do you look when you need a replacement for the remote? Or when should you consider replacing the whole garage door opener? All of these are valid questions.

Garage Door Remote Not Working?

When the wall-mounted button works but the remote does not, you probably need to either reprogram the remote or replace the battery. The best way to go about reprogramming the remote is to check the manual or the manufacturer’s website for instructions. If these do not work or you would just rather let a pro tackle the job, contact our team at Assurance Overhead Doors to make it simple and easy for you.

Garage Door Remote Battery Replacement – Strange as it seems, many people forget that they only thing powering their garage door remote is a battery or two inside. When the remote seems to stop working suddenly, the first thing to check is the batteries. You will need to remove a small screw or two on the remote and then pry it apart. If your remote does not have screws, you should be able to access the battery by sliding the panel on the back. Replace the batteries and reassemble the remote.

Garage Door Remote Replacement – If you’ve lost or broken a remote, it is very easy to find a replacement. Contact the manufacturer of the garage door opener or our team at Assurance Overhead Doors. We can help you find the correct remote for your garage door. Schedule your appointment today.

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