Northeast Overhead Door Corporation
Your Local Experts for South Windsor CT & East Windsor CT Overhead Doors & Garage Doors
Residential & Commercial Garage Doors
Loading Dock Doors & Loading Dock Equipment
South Windsor CT & East Windsor CT Overhead Door Company, Overhead Door Installation, Overhead Garage Door Repair, Garage Door Sales & Service, Authorized Raynor Dealer, Residential Garage Door Service, Commercial Overhead & Garage Doors, Loading Dock Door Repair
Operating in over 50 cities and towns near South Windsor CT & East Windsor CT
Northeast Overhead Door Corporation is the team to call when you are in need of overhead garage door repair services or you need a new garage door for your home! We are proud to offer an extensive selection of stylish and functional garage doors to see all the ways you can step up your home’s curb appeal. Need a new garage door opener? We can help with that too! Give us a call today to learn more about the services we provide for South Windsor CT & East Windsor CT overhead garage doors.
Did you know we are a licensed installer of commercial overhead doors?
From Our Frequently Asked Questions About South Windsor CT & East Windsor CT Overhead Doors
Can I fix a garage door spring myself?
We highly advise against fixing garage door springs yourself unless you have extensive experience. Undoubtedly, it is a very dangerous task to take on, especially if you do it while the garage door is down. When the garage door is shut, the springs are under tension to keep the door in place. Unfortunately, this tension can cause the bracket and cable to spring back and cause severe injury. However, here at Northeast Overhead Door Corporation, safety is our priority. Therefore, we have what it takes to get the job done right with no risk to your well-being.
Should I lubricate my new garage door?
Yes! Doing so will keep your garage door quiet. We recommend applying lubricant once or twice a year to the tracks, hinges, rollers, springs and end bearings. After it is applied, open and close your garage door a few times so that it is distributed evenly. We recommend using Raynor Door Lube; keep the traditional WD-40 away because it is a short term lubricant that can strip oil and existing long-term lubricant from the door.