Skip to content


Weather Stripping

Broken Spring Repair

Roller Replacement

Cable Replacement

Opener Replacement

Tune Up

Panel Replacement

Keypad Replacement

Track Realignment

Residential and Commercial Garage Door Repair

We service Gunnison, Grand Junction, and the surrounding areas. Please choose the location closest to you:

Have a garage door that won’t open or starts to open and reverses, but you’re not sure how to identify the issue? Count on Kooler Garage Doors to serve you with highly rated, local garage door repair. Our garage door company has convenient locations in Gunnison County and Grand Junction CO so we’re ready to serve you wherever you are.

Every garage door repair begins with a full diagnostic to review each system of your garage door.

Once assessed, we will address your main concern in a way that offers longevity and peace of mind. We also strive to provide multiple options as we believe in giving you a choice for your budget and the needs of your garage door system.

You’ll enjoy meeting our trusted garage door technicians, which are trained in-house and often certified by the International Door Association.

What can you expect when booking a garage door repair with Kooler Garage Doors?

  • Upon calling you’ll be greeted by a friendly certified professional who will take your contact information and garage door problem details, then walk you through the next steps.
  • You’ll then communicate with our dispatching team to find the best time for our technician to visit your home
  • Upon arriving for your appointment, our technicians will greet themselves, get to know you, and hear about your needs and concerns. They’ll then run through a thorough assessment of your garage door and present choices for how to address your needs.
  • Once you choose, our technicians will get to work and complete the service in a timely manner and without pause—our vans are stocked with most parts and we generally complete service and have your door moving well within two hours.
  • Our technicians will walk you through the work completed and share your invoice.
  • After confirming we’ve done well to restore your overhead door, we’ll request a review and be on our way – leaving you with peace of mind and a secure home.
Commercial Garage Door Service

Commercial Garage Door Service

Commercial Door Service Near Gunnison and Grand Junction CO

Our technicians are trained and certified to work on all major makes and models of commercial sectional and rolling steel doors. In fact, Kooler Garage Doors is the only overhead door company in the Valley that has technicians certified by the International Door Association.

Commercial door service includes our 25-point inspection and an understanding of commercial door applications and systems.

*All commercial door services are backed by Kooler’s workmanship and professionalism.

Commercial clients with two or more commercial doors can contact Kooler Garage Doors for a complimentary tagging inspection.

Complimentary commercial door tagging means you get to have Kooler onsite, visually inspecting all doors while we name them and document the doors’ details in our database. How does this benefit your business?

  1. This saves you time when there are issues – you can contact Kooler Garage Doors with the problem and the door name. Immediately, we will be able to know the door’s details—size, counterbalance, cable, etc—and set up servicing very quickly.
  2. This can help plan general maintenance to reduce “down days” and keep unique items in stock—such as specific spring sizes that would usually need to be ordered.
  3. We’ll generate a document listing your doors, noting visual inspection results, and it will offer you a quick glance at the door’s tags to reference easily in the future.

We’ll document these details and more to better serve you when you need to keep your business humming.

Common garage door repairs

Garage Door Weather Stripping Replacement

It is important to examine the door weather stripping every year for any irregularities. Spring is the best time for an inspection. Weatherstripping can dry out or fall off, and when it does, you need to arrange garage door weather stripping replacement. Typically, the garage door bottom seal lasts for over 5 years. 

Broken Garage Door Spring Repair

Most garage door springs last about 10,000 cycles (one garage door cycle is the garage door coming up and going back down). You can expect a garage door spring to last from 7 to 15 years, depending on the frequency that you are using your overhead door. When you have a broken garage door spring, the garage door can come crashing down because it no longer has a counterweight. This is a serious problem that needs fixing so call quickly to schedule garage door spring repair.

broken garage door spring repair

Garage Door Not Closing

The reason for your garage door not closing can be due to a variety of issues including a blocked path between sensors, loose wires at the motor, or a bad motor or control board. 

Try restarting your garage door opener by unplugging and replugging it in again after a few seconds. If this does not solve the problem, call a garage door repair company like Kooler Garage Doors.

Garage Door Roller Replacement

Garage door rollers will typically last from 5 to 15 years, depending on the frequency of use. When a garage door roller is at the end of its life, the garage door may shake when opening and closing or you may end up with a garage door off track. When rollers are worn out, schedule garage door roller replacement to get ahead of an emergency garage door repair.

Garage Door Cable Replacement

Garage door cables work with springs to maintain the weight of your garage door through a counterbalance system. However, they also take on a lot of wear and tear over the years, and usually need garage door cable replacement every 8-15 years. Cables can also come out of the drum or become loose. If you notice anything abnormal about your garage door cables, schedule garage door repair!

garage door cable replacement

Garage Door Opener Repair

Garage door openers, like most mechanical things, aren’t built to last forever. Their average lifespan is about 10 to 15 years. Electric garage doors need regular maintenance, but even with maintenance, there will be a point when they wear out and need garage door opener replacement. If your garage door won’t open reliably or makes unusual noises, schedule garage door opener repair near you. If your garage door opener is nearing the end of its lifespan, you may also want to consider garage door opener replacement to upgrade the performance of your system.

Garage Door Panel Replacement

You might want to replace your garage door panels if there has been some damage from a minor accident like dents from a car, lawnmower, or bike. When you have damaged or broken garage door panels, it can bring the entire system out of balance, causing bigger problems. That’s why it’s important to arrange garage door panel replacement quickly.

Bent, Misaligned, Or Damaged Track

A bent, damaged, or misaligned garage door track can usually be repaired using a claw hammer. That can help bend the track back into shape. If this doesn’t work, you’ll need replacement with a new garage door track. 

Garage Door Replacement

When your garage door system is old and worn out, it might be best to replace the garage door and opener. There is also the possibility of fitting an opener to the existing garage door. But if your garage door itself is older than 15 years, it might be a good idea to go with a full garage door replacement and a new garage door opener. 

garage door repair and replacement

Garage Door Keypad Replacement

Dust and dirt can make the keys stick which may be the reason your garage door opener is not responding. Our Colorado weather conditions like snow, sun, rain, and wind can also shorten the life of a garage door keypad. Garage door keypad replacement is a simple update for us to perform and we’ll have your garage door working like new.

Garage Door Closes Then Opens

There are a variety of reasons that your garage door is opening again after closing. The easiest way to try and solve this problem yourself is to unplug it or shut off the breaker that is connected to your garage door. Wait 10 seconds and reconnect it to see if that solved the problem. If it does not solve the problem, it’s best to call a garage door repair company.

Garage Door Making Loud Noises

Loose rollers or hinges cause garage doors to make loud grinding noises. Loose chains and wires make loud slapping noises. Loose hardware and bearings are another reason for the loud noises. To give you a quiet garage door, the best thing to do is lubricate all the moving parts annually. This is easy to accomplish by scheduling annual garage door maintenance with Kooler Garage Doors!

Garage Door Sales & Service FAQs

Got a question? We’re here to help.

How often should the springs be replaced?

Is there a maintenance plan that I can sign up for?

Should I be lubricating anything on my door?

Can you adjust the door to make it “tighter” to the frame?

My garage door is oxidizing, what can you guys do to make it look new again?

There is a room above my garage, and it is incredibly loud when I open the garage door. Can you guys dampen the vibration?

When the sun angle is low, my garage door safety sensors won’t work and I can’t close my door. What can I do?

Is the R-value of the windows the same as the rest of the door?

Do the sensors for the openers require any maintenance?

How do I open my garage door if the power is out?

My town requires homeowners to clad their garage door in wood. My warranty is void with the first screw I put in. If the door were to fail, who is liable?

How long can I expect my new garage door to last?

My old garage door looks terrible but it still works great. Can it be refurbished?

How long does a new garage door installation take?

How long is the warranty on my new garage door?

Colorado weather can be pretty harsh. What can I do to extend the life of my new garage door?

I know you can install a new main garage door. Can you also replace the side door (for humans, not cars)?

Do you install pet doors as well?