We have assembled some of the most common question about purchasing a Martin Garage Door to help you expedite your decision and insure you are choosing the best door for you. Martin Garage Doors services all brands of garage doors.
Is your garage door loud, falling apart, or just in need of replacement? Does blowing snow or dirt get into your garage because your door is not sealing properly?
If any of the above sounds like your garage door than give us a call for a free in home estimate.
Front Range – Denver – 303-663-1310
Colorado Springs – 719-264-8380
It can be frustrating when your remote control or keyless entry pad stops working. And though we are very happy to come fix the problem for you, and we invite you to Contact Us for any of your garage repair needs, it may be something you prefer to fix on your own. To help, we’ve provided a few instruction manuals below to guide you with some of the most common systems.
Unfortunately the answer is no, we do not know the condition of your used parts therefore we would not be able to warranty those parts. Also, track and springs are not interchangeable. Springs are weighted for the weight of your new door.
Because your garage door has so many parts that can wear out and break over time it is recommended that you look over you door every 4 to 6 months. An annual visit from a trained technician is also recommended so that they can check your springs to make sure they are in balance. NEVER EVER TRY ADJUSTING THE SPRINGS BY YOUR SELF AS YOU CAN BE HURT OR EVEN KILLED.
Martin Door Manufacturing and Martin Garage Doors of Colorado, Inc. warranties the garage door and all its parts including the springs for a lifetime. That is the lifetime of your new garage door. Labor is cover on doors for 3 years and garage door openers for 1 year.
A study by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission found over 68,000 serious finger injuries resulted from a person mistakenly placing his/her fingers in the wrong place on a garage door. Further studies showed that 85-90% of those injuries took place on garage doors that had a garage door opener that had failed due to power outages, defects, misaligned eye-beams, etc.
Can you open and close the door manually? If so then your emergency release cord has been pulled. You need to reengage the opener. Follow the red cord up to the ceiling, push the clip back towards the back of the garage, you will hear it snap in place. If this does not solve your problem, give us a call.