Garage Door Openers NJ

Liftmaster 8550W

Liftmaster 8550W Garage Door Repairs NJ

  • Features belt drive system and DC motor for quiet operation.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi® allows for smartphone control with the myQ® app. 
  • Battery Backup allows you to open/close your door even when the power is out.
  • Automatic Garage Door Lock deadbolts your door after closing.
  • Drive Type: Belt
  • AC / DC: DC
  • Lights Turn On When Entering Garage: Yes
  • Security / Lock: Yes

Liftmaster 8365W

Liftmaster 8365W Garage Door Repairs NJ

  • Built-in Wi-Fi® allows for smartphone control with the myQ® app.
  • Industrial-strength chain drive.
  • Includes extra remote and keyless entry system. 
  • Drive Type: Chain
  • Motor Power: 1/2 HP
  • AC / DC: AC
  • Battery Backup: No
  • Security / Lock: No
  • Smartphone Control: Yes
  • Soft Start / Stop: No

Liftmaster 8155W

Liftmaster 8155W Garage Door Repairs NJ

  • Built-in Wi-Fi® allows for smartphone control with the myQ® app.
  • Standard belt drive with AC motor.
  • Drive Type:  Belt
  • Motor Power :1/2 HP
  • AC / DC AC
  • Battery Backup: No
  • Lights Turn On When Entering Garage: No
  • Security / Lock: No
  • Smartphone Control: Yes
  • Soft Start / Stop: No

Chamberlain C450

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  • Built-in Wi-Fi® enables smartphone control with myQ®.
  • MED lift power for standard aluminum doors lift force equivalent to 1/2 HP*.
  • Includes wireless keypad for easy access to garage without remote or key. 
  • Drive Type: Chain
  • Motor Power: 1/2 HP
  • AC / DC: AC
  • Battery Backup: No
  • Security / Lock:No
  • Smartphone Control:Yes
  • Soft Start / Stop:No

Liftmaster 8160W

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  • Built-in Wi-Fi® allows for smartphone control with the myQ® app.
  • DC motor provides smooth and quiet operation.
  • Drive Type: Chain
  • AC / DC : DC
  • Battery Backup: No
  • Lights Turn On When Entering Garage: No
  • Security / Lock: No
  • Smartphone Control: Yes
  • Soft Start / Stop: Yes
  • Timer To Close: No
  • Industrial-strength chain drive.

Chamberlain B750

Chamberlain B750 Garage Door Repair NJ

  • Built-in Wi-Fi® enables smartphone control with myQ®.
  • PLUS lift power with a lift force equivalent to 3/4 HP*.
  • Includes wireless keypad for easy access to garage without remote or key. 
  • Drive Type: Belt
  • Motor Power: 3/4 HP
  • AC / DC: DC
  • Battery Backup: No
  • Lights Turn On When Entering Garage: Yes
  • Security / Lock: No
  • Smartphone Control:Yes

Garage Door Opener Repair

What type of garage door opener Is for your garage?

There are several types of garage door openers with different specs and usage. If you have a garage door that is not standard you would want to use a higher horse power. This gives you both an advantage of how smooth the garage door will operate and how long it will last. Many garage door opener companies like Liftmaster warranty their openers. 


Speak to a garage door repairs nj technician today. We can recommend the best opener for your garage door setup. If you have a torsion spring or extension spring setup specific garage openers work better for you. Do you want your garage door opener to be extremely quiet? Belt drive would be the best option for that!


How to Trouble Shoot a Garage Door Opener?

You first check the door's operation to see if the opener is the problem.

Start by unlocking the opener mechanism so the door is now set for manual opening.

Check if the door can be opened smoothly by hand. If it runs smoothly and with little effort on your part, then the door is properly aligned and balanced.

If not, you might have to straighten misaligned tracks.
If the tracks or wheels are misaligned, then there will be resistance and possibly jerky movement, which makes it difficult for your door to open and close.

To realign the tracks, you first loosen the screws that hold the track brackets to the opening or, depending on your set-up, the bolts that secure the tracks to the brackets.

Next, you adjust the bracket or track so it's aligned properly, and then tighten the screws or bolts back into place and reengage the opener mechanism.

Check the spring tension on both sides of the door if it doesn't run smoothly since it may be a balance problem.
Check if the tracks are greasy. They shouldn't be since the grease only collects dirt. If they are, clean them with a rag or soft brush and perhaps use a spray-on automotive degreaser. Also clean and lightly re-lubricate the roller-wheel bearings and axles or hinge pins.

If the door opens and closes fine with the opener disengaged, then

  • Check the power to the opener.
  • Use the manual open and close switch to see if the problem is from the remote control.
  • Check the safety reverse to see if there is an obstacle that causes the safety mechanism to prevent the opener from closing. (See the section on "Garage Door Opener" and "To Troubleshoot a Photocell System" below.)
  • If the opener can open and close the door, you should then test the safety reverse.
  • Open the door and put something like a 2x4 on the floor directly under the middle of the open door, and then activate the door to close it.
  • It is supposed to reverse when it hits the board. If it doesn't, immediately consult your owner's manual on how to adjust it or consult a qualified installer.

To troubleshoot a photocell system

  • If the photocell system does not work properly, first try resetting the system. You might have a reset button, but if not, you'll need to shut off and then restart the power to the opener. You can do this either by unplugging the opener from its electrical socket or by turning it off at the house's circuit breaker panel.
  • If that doesn't fix the problem, you'll need to check the wiring between the opener and the photocell transmitter module for loose connections.



Call us today at 732-988-0017 for service on your openers. 



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