Commercial Door Operator RSX®
The RSX® standard-duty commercial operators is UL 325 2010 compliant and provides simple operation and exceptional performance for even the most rigorous applications. This enhanced functionality is a result of numerous innovative, state-of-the-art features.
Commercial Door Operator RMX®
The RMX® medium-duty commercial operator is UL 325 2010 certified and provides quick installation and hassle-free operation. This is possible as a result of convenient features and technical innovations that are not available in any other medium-duty operator.
Commercial Door Operator RHX®
The RHX® heavy-duty commercial operator is UL 325 2010 compliant and provides easy, reliable operation in even the most demanding applications. This functionality is a result of numerous innovative, state-of-the-art performance features.
Commercial Door Operator CDX®
The CDX® light-duty commercial door operator is UL 325 2010 compliant and provides durable and reliable operation. This operator is specifically designed for counter and counter fire door applications. They are typically ideal for settings such as factories, schools, concessions, hospitals, cafeterias, and retail.
RHX® Explosion Proof Operator
The RHX® Explosion-Proof heavy-duty commercial operators are Factory Mutual (FM) approved for use in hazardous locations in the United States and Canada. Featuring a wide variety of mounting options for sectional and rolling steel doors, these operators provide reliable operation for the most demanding applications.
Overhead Door Company of Portland™ offers the broadest available line of electric door operators. Whether you are adding to a new construction, retrofitting an existing space, or needing to meet unusual or special requirements, we can provide your operator and accessories. These operators meet the demanding performance requirements of Overhead Door’s upward-acting doors. Therefore, they are certain to provide trouble-free action and precise door control for years.
Industry quality assurance guidelines advocate using one manufacturer for both your door and your operator. This provides you with increased safety and a longer life for your door and motor. Only we manufacture a full line of commercial and industrial doors as well as operators specifically designed for integral applications.
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Garage doors use parallel tracks to help roll the door up and down. However, these tracks can become misaligned. This will prevent the door from opening or closing properly. This, in turn, gives potential bad actors access to your garage, potentially putting your family or your personal property at risk.
While misalignment is most often caused by gradual wear and tear, it can also result from a specific incident. For instance, if a substantially sized object were to hit your garage door, it could cause damage to the tracks.
It’s important to fix misaligned tracks immediately. Even a small issue can turn into a much more significant one if left unrepaired. This might force you to pay for more expensive repairs or even a complete replacement of your garage doors.
When your garage door is working properly, it should move efficiently and quietly. If you hear loud or odd noises during the door’s operation, this is a sign that something is wrong with your garage door system.
Different types of noise may indicate different issues. A grinding sound, for example, could mean that the system’s torsion springs are beginning to break down. On the other hand, popping sounds could signify that you need garage door replacement panels as they no longer fit together as they should.
Just like with track misalignment, it’s important to fix the issue promptly. Excessive noise can mean that your garage door springs are about to break. If they do, it could lead to a serious injury for anyone nearby.
Another sign of wear and tear on your garage door system is deteriorating door panels. Sun, wind and other environmental effects can leave a panel’s finish faded and dull. This can be a major concern if your door sits in direct sunlight.
Luckily, there are ways to fix the issue. Garage door replacement panels can be installed to remove any faded or deteriorating ones. However, this can also leave your garage door looking like a mish-mash of different panels. It may be more cost-effective to replace the whole door for a more uniform look and prevent further wear and tear issues.
Out of Balance
Everything, including garage doors, work better when they are in balance. When your door falls out of balance, it causes strain and pressure on components that may not be able to compensate for their new workload. Springs may snap, or doors may fall shut. This is a potentially dangerous situation, especially if you have pets or young children.
Garage Door Replacement in Portland, OR
The Overhead Door Company of Portland serves as your garage door experts of the Pacific Northwest. Our team of professional garage door technicians can help identify the underlying causes of your system’s symptoms and work quickly to repair or replace needed components. We can also advise you on the most cost-effective solutions, such as replacing an old system that’s on its last legs.