Garage Door Remotes

Garage Door Remote Repair in the Chicagoland Area

Homeowners use their garage door remotes every day. We know how frustrating it is when they stop working!

Unexpected problems are never a great way to start your day, but we’re here to make them less stressful.

At Precision, we stock only the highest-quality garage door remotes and wall buttons to get your garage door working like new (or better!) in no time.

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Common Garage Door Remote Questions

My garage door starts to close, but then reverses

Something could be blocking your sensor. All garage doors made after 1993 have a safety sensor that prevents the door from closing all the way if there’s something underneath it.

Check around your sensor and under the door to make sure there isn’t anything in the way.

My garage door won't open if I use the wall button

First, check to see if your remote is working properly. If it is, there may be a connection issue between your button and your garage door.

My garage door won't open if I use the remote

Your remote may either need new batteries or need to be replaced.

I can't open my garage door with the remote or wall button

Make sure your motor is receiving power. If the motor is plugged in, your garage door opener may need to be fixed, or you could need a new remote control or wall button.

My garage door remote only works half the time

If it seems like your garage door has a mind of its own, your problem may not be with the remote or wall button.

Your garage door opener may need to be replaced. Call Precision so we can come diagnose the issue right away.

First, Try These Easy DIY Fixes

There are a few garage door remote issues that homeowners can easily and safely fix themselves. Before you get stressed about the possibility of extensive repairs, check to make sure you aren’t dealing with one of these common problems.

Drained Batteries – This is one of the most likely reasons your garage door remote has stopped working, and luckily, it’s also the easiest to fix! Try replacing the remote’s batteries to see if that gets it working again.

A Locked Door – Check to see if the lock button on the wall-mounted control panel for your garage door has been activated. This is often easy to lock on accident – all you need to do is press the lock button again to disengage it.

Reprogrammed Remote – The link between your opener and remote can occasionally become broken with frequent use and require reconnection. Look up your manufacturer’s directions for reprogramming your remote.

When in Doubt, Call the Pros

If simple, DIY solutions aren’t able to solve your garage door remote issue, it’s best to call Precision. We’ll work with you to find the best and most cost-effective solutions to get your garage door remote working like new.

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"I called Precision and they were able to fit me in immediately. Adam was a pleasure to work with. He called to confirm our scheduled appointment and showed up on time. He also explained how important it is to maintenance your garage doors and showed me exactly what to do. Adam was great. I'm happy that I called them. Thank you Adam and keep up the great work." - Frank L.

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"Needed a minor repair on an old garage door. I was given a quick appointment, and a technician arrived on time. He explained what we needed, charged a reasonable fee, and gave us some great advice for avoiding this problem in the future. We plan on replacing that door in the spring, and we will definitely be calling Precision!" - Lisa B.