Garage Door Safety Sensor Repair and Replacement in Sacramento, CA, and the Surrounding Areas
At LMS Garage Doors, we understand the importance of having a safe and functional garage door. That’s why we offer top-notch repair and installation services for garage door safety sensors in Sacramento, CA, and the surrounding areas.
Safety sensors, also known as photoelectric sensors or photo eyes, are an important safety feature of modern garage door systems. They are designed to detect obstructions in the path of a closing garage door and prevent it from closing on people, pets, or objects.
Our team of expert technicians has the knowledge and experience to diagnose and fix any issues with your garage door safety sensors. Whether your sensors need to be realigned or replaced, we have the tools and expertise to get the job done right.
Don’t take any risks with your safety. If you suspect that your garage door safety sensors are not working properly, contact LMS Garage Doors right away. Ignoring a malfunctioning safety sensor can lead to serious injury or property damage.
We offer prompt and efficient service to ensure that your garage door is operating safely and smoothly. Trust us to provide you with top-quality repair and installation services for safety sensors that you can count on.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment and have peace of mind knowing that your garage door safety sensors are working properly.
Common Problems with Safety Sensors
There are a few common problems that can occur with garage door safety sensors, which can affect the performance and safety of your garage door system. Here are some of the most common issues:
Safety sensors are designed to detect when an object is in the way of the garage door and prevent it from closing. If the sensors are misaligned, they may not detect an object or may detect a false positive, causing the door to stop or reverse unexpectedly.
2. Dirty or blocked sensors
Dirt, dust, or debris can accumulate on the sensors over time, obstructing their view and preventing them from functioning properly.
3. Electrical issues
Faulty wiring, damaged cables, or other electrical problems can prevent the safety sensors from receiving power or communicating with the garage door opener.
4. Malfunctioning sensors
Over time, the sensors themselves may wear out or malfunction, requiring repair or replacement.