Welcome to Pine Ridge Garage Doors!
We are a garage door repair company in Midland, Georgia 31820. We also service the majority of southwest Georgia. We pride ourselves on taking care of our customers needs, customizing repair options to fit your budget while still maintaining safety and quality.
Most Common Issues
Most of us at one time or another have come across this issue. You're ready to leave your house, in a rush, and late to your appointment or to work. All of a sudden, your garage door only opens a few inches and stops. Just what you needed, right? Your springs do all the heavy lifting of your garage door, and even before they break, they can cause all sorts of issues with your door or opener. Make sure to have them checked at least once every year to 2 years. (Balance check included in our tune up)
Door Stuck Open-
So you just spent all day at work, then had to keep your cool in traffic on the way home. You get home, head inside, and realize... your garage door didn't close after you hit the button! Now, many times, this is as simple as checking the photo sensors to make sure there are no obstructions or misalignments. Other times, your springs may have failed to maintain tension on the torsion cables, and now they're all wrapped around the torsion tube. We offer emergency service to make sure you don't have to sleep with one eye (and a garage door) open.
We know, We know. It used to be the quietest door in the neighborhood and now, It wakes the whole county up when you open it. Garage doors and openers need yearly or bi-yearly maintenance (depending on age and past issues). Garage door parts are mostly made of metal, meaning they tend to rub on one another and make a horrible groaning noise. The issue may be as simple as a quick tune up and lubrication of your door, while other times it may be a slightly bigger adjustment. (another big culprit of noise is worn out metal rollers).
Opener Not Working-
Frustrating isn't it? Your opener just quit working at the absolute worst time imaginable. Unfortunately, there are many, many reasons that a garage door opener may be unresponsive to your remote or wall station. Sometimes its that pesky GFI breaker in the corner, other times it may be a blown transformer inside the opener itself. Please be sure not to attempt to rewire the opener or fix it yourself, being that the opener is and electrical component, there is a high risk of electrocution! You can always call us to come take a look at it, its much safer, and most times quicker than trying to DIY it, as our technicians are extensively trained!