Residents throughout Ontario have trusted Comfort Windows and Doors for over 25 years. Our experience and reputation provide comfort and confidence for our customers, that they’re getting garage doors made of top quality materials. This, coupled with our commitment to quality customer service and installation makes us the top choice when you’re looking to replace your garage doors.
With a variety of styles and materials to choose from, our team will work with you to ensure that you select the right garage doors for your home. You can have the look you want without compromising safety, and we work within your budgetary constraints to bring you the best choice possible.
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Today, the selection of garage doors is vast. You can achieve the curb appeal you want without giving up on quality materials. With 8 window options, highly detailed raised panel and deep wood grain texture, Comfort Windows and Doors guarantees that you will find what you’re looking for.
Garage Doors Installations
Our team of professional installers are highly skilled and experienced. No job is too big or too small. We always come prepared with the right tools, the right attitude and the friendly service our customers have come to expect from us.
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FAQ on Garage Doors
Why should I buy an insulated garage door?
The most important reasons to purchase an insulated door is energy efficiency. It is also an important consideration if there are living areas near or around the garage that require temperature regulation.
Is there any maintenance I should perform
- Inspect the cables that connect the spring system to the brackets at the bottom of each side of your garage door. If these cables are worn, rusty or frayed they could break and cause possible injury. *Because of risk regarding high spring tension, cables should only be replaced by a professional garage technician.
- Inspect the springs by operating your door manually and checking your spring to see if it’s handling the door’s weight correctly.
- A noisy door can be a sign of oncoming trouble so inspect the track and rollers first. If the tracks are warped or the bearings are worn they may cause your opener to rewind. Lubricating your rollers can help, if not, however, they’ll need to be replaced to prevent your opener from getting damaged.
- Lubricate by applying silicone with Teflon (in the form of a lubricating spray) to the springs, rollers, drums, hinges, track, chain and belt once every 6 months. *Avoid using heavy grease as it hardens and collects dirt and grass making any issues with your garage door or opener worse. Also, be sure to remove any old grease before applying fresh lubricant.
If my garage door has 2 springs and one break, should I replace both?
Important note: door springs always need to be replaced as a set! While the purpose may not be so obvious to the novice, it does make sense. Once one spring is broken the other one is probably not far behind especially considering how springs weaken with continued use. Combining a new spring with an older one will likely cause an imbalance in your door’s operation. If you own 2 separate garage doors and only one spring has broken, it’s strongly recommended to replace the springs on each door if their springs are around the same age. Depending on your door’s position, when a spring breaks it can cause serious injury as well as damage your opener.
My garage door is making noise, having trouble working or is too heavy. What can I do?
A garage door should be easy for a child of 10 years to lift without any trouble. If it isn’t, you have worn-out springs. This can damage your opener or even result in a spring breaking unexpectedly and causing a serious injury. Don’t attempt any repairs or adjustments, this should be handled by professionals only.
A garage door should always operate smoothly and quietly regardless of its age. Perform regular lubrication and inspection of the cables, rollers and tracks. If any component is in poor condition, it can and will damage your door and opener because each part of the door and its opener are interdependent on each other and should never struggle during operation.
Is it possible for me to change the broken springs or cable on my own
Torsion springs are under high tension and necessitate the use of a special adjustment tool. Because of this high tension any component involved with the counterbalance system, including the torsion spring, must be handled by professional technicians only. Such components are, the cable, the spring, the cable drums, the corner brackets connected to the cables and the tension spring shaft’s center bearing brackets.