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Garage Door Opener Repair

Professional Garage Door Opener Repair In Houston

It's a situation no one wants to find themselves in: you're ready for work, in your car, preparing to hit the road, when your garage door refuses to open. The door itself is fine; it's the opener that won't work. Suddenly, this piece of machinery has your car trapped, keeping you from getting where you need to go. When this happens, you need repairs, fast. But you don't want just any repair; you need the best repairs possible at the best prices. That's exactly what you'll find at Houston Garage Door Pros.

At Houston Garage Door Pros, we know how disruptive and stressful it can be when your garage door won't open. That's why we go out of our way to give you the best experience possible, with fast, top-quality repairs and the lowest prices in Houston. We want to get your door fixed as fast as possible, so you can get back on with your life.

What Sets Us Apart

Expert Technicians

Our expert technicians are rigorously trained to be master certified. They are skilled and experienced; many of our techs have 10+ years of experience working in this garage door repair field.

Fully Stocked Trucks

Our trucks are stocked with parts and equipment, so we can get to work right away. Rarely do we need to go back to our supply warehouse to retrieve a part.

24/7 Emergency Service

We offer 24/7 emergency repairs. If you need immediate garage door repair, we are only a phone call away and can be there in 1 hour with upon request.

Best Prices In Houston

Our prices are low because we buy our equipment in bulk and pass the savings on to you!

We Service the Houston Area

Houston, Pasadena, Baytown, League City, Pearland, Fresno, Missouri City, Sugarland, Katy, Cypress, Tomball, The Woodlands, Spring, Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita

What Our Customers Say About Us

  • I called Houston Door Pros on a Saturday morning. Mo answered the phone, I let him know I felt that my spring was the issue. He gave me the price range and what to expect over the phone and told me they would be out in a few hours.

    James, the technician, was very nice, he talked me through what he was doing. When he was finished he told me that I should prepare to replace the opener motor soon because it was in bad shape. He didn't try to be pushy and get me to do it that day. Very Impressed!

    Austin Muse
    Houston, TX

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Garage Door Repair Tips

Stuck inside your garage?

When the power for your garage door is out and your car is stuck inside, you can usually still open your door manually. Look for a cord (usually with a red handle) dangling from the guide track that allows the opener to open and close the door. This is a manual override that you can use to open and close the door yourself.

Garage opener remote not working?

Check if the transmitter on your garage's wall still works. If it does, it's likely that the transmitter in your car needs new batteries. You can usually do this easily. Just slide open the back of transmitter to remove the old battery and replace it with a new one. Some battery ports might need to be unscrewed first.

Garage door opens but doesn't close?

Most likely your photo eyes are the cause. Photo eyes are a safety feature that emit an invisible beam that prevents the door from closing if anything is in the beam's path. Over time, photo eyes can become dirty, misaligned, or need to be replaced altogether. Clean them (being careful not to scratch them) and re-align them with a level first to see if that solves the problem.

Garage door not opening but you hear the motor trying to lift the door?

You might have broken torsion springs. Your garage door is very heavy and can not open without the help of a torsion spring. If you suspect a torsion spring is broken, have us check and make the repair; torsion springs are dangerous to work with and should only be handled by trained professionals.