#5, 7139 40th Street SE Calgary, AB.

Monday to Friday 8am – 4:30pm
closed weekends & holidays

Overhead Door Repairs and Serviceover 30 years repairing garage doors in Calgary

Glenmore Overhead Doors has the experience and expertise to repair almost any damage to garage doors, mechanisms, components and electrical operators (motors). In some instances it’s more feasible to repair garage doors rather than replacing them. We warranty our garage door repairs for one year. Because garage doors tend to be frequently used they are susceptible to wear and tear. Additionally, many home owners don’t service garage doors as often as needed, the deterioration and complications can increase considerably. It’s therefore imperative that any minor issues with your garage door be addressed quickly.

Overhead Garage Door Repair

From broken garage door springs, seized rollers, frayed cables, to the door itself, trust the experts at Glenmore Overhead Doors to deliver effective, reliable, and efficient garage door repair.

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We have over 30 years experience repairing garage doors in Calgary and our staff is fully insured. Trust Glenmore Doors to repair your residential or commercial door, we offer affordable service and you can rely on us getting the job done efficiently and having your door operating again in no time.

Our service repair team is well-stocked with various parts and components for most garage door repairs and we’re able to troubleshoot damage to lifting motors, mechanism problems and adjustments and we’re qualified to adjust and repair security and safety features for electric door openers.

Calgary's Best Choice for Garage Door Repairs

In addition to servicing damaged doors, we have a wide selection of available parts, we can also special-order needed parts quickly so that your garage door is up and working as quickly as possible.

Common Issues with Garage Doors and Operators

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Maintenancetips and advice


Keep rollers, hinges and tracks lubricated especially in winter months. It’s a good idea to lubricate the parts twice a year - Spring and Fall. This is important to help the garage door from sticking to the track. Even if you a rarely use a garage door, you should check it periodically as you will be aware of any issues that may develop reducing the chances of having needed repairs due to neglect or possibly minor problems becoming bigger and more expensive complications.

Visual Inspection

Inspect the Drive Track and any other components every month to ensure everything works as it should. When the door is misaligned with the drive track it can become a more serious issue so confirm everything is working in proper order.

Safety Feature(s) Test

The garage door is one of the heaviest objects in your home and as such can be dangerous if damaged or misused. Test the reverse safety mechanism to confirm the photo-eye or edge sensors works correctly.

You can test the sensor by placing an object or piece of wood under where the door meets the floor of the garage. If the door does not automatically reverse when striking the object, your garage door should be serviced by a trained technician.

You can check a photo-eye by waving something in front of the beam once the door has started to lower. Again, if the door does not reverse under this photo-eye inspection, it should be serviced immediately. Sometimes photo-eyes can be fixed by simply wiping the lens with a dry, soft cloth.

Manufacturers were required by law to include these safety features on all openers after January 1, 1993. If your door does not have this safety feature it is recommended that you replace the older system.

Hardware Inspection

Visually inspect the door springs, cables, rollers and bearings, chain or belt, hinges and all hardware. Look closely for any wear and tear, and pay particular attention to the sound of the motor and door when opened to ensure everything is working as it was designed to do.

Balance Test

Test to ensure the garage door is balanced. This is easily accomplished by disconnecting the opener and manually lifting the door up. If the door doesn’t open easily and smoothly the door is most likely out of balance and requires servicing to prevent more expensive fixes if left working improperly.

Maintenance Frequency

The above maintenance should be done monthly, while lubrication should be carried out semi-annually. By performing the (above) maintenance you can extend the life of your garage door and possibly eliminate minor problems becoming major issues.