On average, garage door openers last for 15 to 20 years, or a little longer, if you keep up with the maintenance. If your garage door opener is aging and nearly failing, it’s wise to replace it. However, sometimes it’s practical and economically viable to repair your opener instead of replacing it.
If you are unsure whether to repair or replace your garage door opener, you’re at the right place. Continue reading to learn about when to repair or replace the openers to make a wise decision.
Garage door costs can vary greatly, depending on the size and material of garage door you choose. Here’s how to narrow down the price range of a new garage door by asking yourself a series of questions before you start your garage door search.
Needing a new garage door is never fun, but spending money on a new door and opener is even less fun. And you probably have no idea how much it’ll cost if you’ve never been through the garage door replacement process.