365 Garage Door Opener Repair and Installation, Fishers IN

The garage door opener is probably the most important component in your entire garage system. It’s the piece of hardware that actually starts the door opening and closing process, so when it breaks, the entire system ceases to work. 
When you notice something is wrong with your opener, it’s important that you give us a call right away. The problem isn’t going to disappear magically, and the longer you leave it, the worse it’s going to get. We’re able to repair or install a garage door opener in no time at all, so get in touch if you think you need our services. 
We work with only the best brands to ensure you have a fully functioning garage door opener for years to come. We install ‘Liftmaster‘ and ‘Chamberlain‘ openers, but we also repair ‘Craftsman‘ openers.  

365 Opener Repair

Our Main Services

A garage door opener is essentially a motorized machine that’s responsible for opening and closing the garage door. As any motor or machine, it’s comprised of many small moving parts, all of which can get damaged from even the slightest blow. When you call our expert technicians, they’ll conduct a thorough inspection and check exactly what the problem is. 

Misaligned Sensors

Maybe there’s nothing wrong with your opener, to begin with. In some cases, the sensors are just misaligned or just being obstructed by leaves, dust, or even direct sunlight on the sensor’s lens. In cases like these, we simply re-align or clear away any clutter that’s obstructing the sensors lenses.

Remote or Keypad isn't Working

Regardless of what type of device you have to open or close your door, they may give you some problems from time to time. While most people use a garage door wall switch or a garage door opener keypad, rather than a garage door remote, they may still cause some issues. Give us a call and we’ll reprogram the entire system in no time.

Damaged Gear

Having a broken gear can cause the door to work unproperly and make grinding noises, which can be extremely dangerous in some cases. This problem can be solved by replacing the gear with a high-quality product.​

Opener Reversing Feature Doesn’t Work

When you do your garage door safety check, you have to guarantee that its opener reversing feature works properly. If it doesn’t work, the door is not going to stop closing, even if something (or someone) is obstructing its path, which can cause an accident.​

Emergency Release is Pulled Down

If the garage door emergency release is pulled down, the opener is going to be disengaged. While this works whenever there’s a power outage, you need to re-engage the door opener again when the power comes back. Otherwise, your garage door won’t open automatically.​

Misaligned Sensors

Maybe there's nothing wrong with your opener, to begin with. In some cases, the sensors are just misaligned or just being obstructed by leaves, dust, or even direct sunlight on the sensor's lens. In cases like these, we simply re-align or clear away any clutter that's obstructing the sensors lenses.

Remote or Keypad aren't working

Regardless of what type of device you have to open or close your door, they may give you some problems from time to time. While most people use a garage door wall switch or a garage door opener keypad, rather than a garage door remote, they may still cause some issues. Give us a call and we'll reprogram the entire system in no time.

Damaged Gear

Having a broken gear can cause the door to work unproperly and make grinding noises, which can be extremely dangerous in some cases. This problem can be solved by replacing the gear with a high-quality product.

Opener Reversing Feature Doesn’t Work

When you do your garage door safety check, you have to guarantee that its opener reversing feature works properly. If it doesn’t work, the door is not going to stop closing, even if something (or someone) is obstructing its path, which can cause an accident.

Emergency Release is Pulled Down

If the garage door emergency release is pulled down, the opener is going to be disengaged. While this works whenever there’s a power outage, you need to re-engage the door opener again when the power comes back. Otherwise, your garage door won’t open automatically.

Brands We Work With

Garage Door Openers

We only work with the highest quality openers when we install a fresh one in your system. For that reason, we install Liftmaster openers exclusively. In terms of repair, though, our technicians are licensed to fix Liftmaster, Chamberlain, and Craftsmen openers. All of these openers are of exceptional quality, so don’t fret if you don’t have a Liftmaster opener yourself. 

Types of Garage Door Openers

Chain-Driven Garage Door Opener

Chain Driven Opener

Chain-driven garage door openers are one of the most common types you see. It gets its name from the fact that the garage door motor is connected to the trolley by a chain similar to a bike chain. The trolley then connects to tension springs at the top of your garage door that lifts the door up or down. 

Advantages of a Chain-Driven Garage Door Opener
  • Chain-driven openers have incredible strength and can open heavier doors.
  • These drivers are dependable and don’t break too often.
  • Chain openers are very affordable. 
Disadvantages of a Chain-Driven Garage Door Opener
  • These openers are very noisy. 
  • You need to maintain the chain actively. 
  • The opening operating tends to be jumpy and shaky. 

Belt-Driven Garage Door Opener

Belt Driven Garage Door Openers

Belt-driven garage door openers function more or less identically to a chain-driven model. The only difference is that instead of a metal chain, there’s a rubber belt running in the trolley. This comes with a few advantages and disadvantages when compared to a chain-driven opener. 

Advantages of a Belt-Driven Garage Door Opener
  • These openers tend to be extremely quiet. 
  • Despite not being metal, belt-driven motors can still lift incredibly weight. 
  • You don’t need to maintain belt openers actively. 
Disadvantages of a Belt-Driven Garage Door Opener
  • These openers can’t lift as much as chain-driven motors. 
  • These openers cost more than a lot of other models. 
  • Belt-driven garage door openers have a shorted lifespan than chain-driven openers. 

Wall Mount Garage Door Opener

Wall Mount Garage Door Opener

Wall mount garage door openers, also known as a jackshaft garage door opener, is a unique kind of opener that you don’t really need to worry too much about. 

You only see these kinds of openers on commercial garages and residential high lift garage doors. Instead of your opener being attached to the wall and operating with a trolley, it’s installed directly next to the garage door and uses a different system. You’re not going to be using one of these in 99% of residential homes, though, so don’t worry too much about getting one of these installed. We can repair them, though, if you have a jackshaft opener that’s acting up. 

Why Trust Us as Your Professional Garage Door Repair Company

It’s vital that your garage door components are installed and repaired correctly. Substandard work not only costs you more in the long run but can actively present a health risk. All of our technicians are certified, licensed, and professional in every repair and installation that we do. 

Using us is going to save you money in the long run on additional repair costs. Therefore, you can be certain in the knowledge that the quality of work we do is second to none.