Garage Door Repair Prices
We are completely transparent with our prices and there are no hidden fees!
All prices include parts, labor, and a 1-year warranty!
Here you'll be able to find approximate pricing for different Residential garage door repair services we provide for our customers across Canada. Please note, these prices are not guaranteed, our technicians will be able to give you more accurate prices once they see your entire door condition, identify the issue and determine what kind of repair is required to bring your door back to life.
Commercial Garage Door Repair Prices listed HERE
Prices for garage door opener replacement start from 640$+GST. Prices may vary depending on the model of the opener. We only install LiftMaster garage door openers as we find them being the most reliable and high-quality operators.
We Charge between 125$ and 175$ for each Torsion spring replacement on a double spring setup.
Single spring replacement is 220$ fixed price.
If You have a Torquemaster spring (hidden inside a metal tube) We'll have to make a conversion to a standard system. This service costs 420$+GST
Our Prices for Torsion garage door Cables replacement vary from 180 to 245$
If You have a Torquemaster system(spring is hidden inside a metal tube), We'll have to make a conversion to a standard system. This service costs 420$+GST
Our Prices for garage door sensors replacement vary from 120 to 180$
Our Prices for garage door hinges and rollers replacement are 10$ for each roller or hinge.
Most garage door repairs aren't difficult to perform for those familiar with other DIY home projects. The problem is, most home-owner underestimate the danger that comes with such repairs if the steps haven't been followed correctly. You need to follow two main rules if you would like to repair your overhead door by yourself.
Rule number one. Whatever you do, do not attempt repairing your garage door if it's not in a fully closed position.
Rule number two: Always make sure your garage door spring is NOT under tension before touching your garage door cables or bottom brackets where they're attached to.