Gate Opener Repair
Customer Issue: The Poknyk family’s gate opener moved slower and made louder noises with every use, and they feared it would soon break.
Our Solution: The single swing gate opener’s robot arm appeared strong and unobstructed, so we next opened up the box itself to look at the motor. One of the gears came loose and wasn’t making full contact with the motor, and also had bent out of shape against the cable spool. We replaced the offending component and cleaned and oiled the rest, resolving the issue.
Gate Stuck Open
Customer Issue: The sliding gate track was severely bent, preventing opening.
Our Solution: We installed a heavy-duty track of the same size and design in the place of the old one and replaced worn rollers for optimal performance.
Gate Intercom Repair
Customer Issue: The call button of Victoria’s DoorKing 1504-120 Wiegand intercom’s keypad didn’t work.
Our Solution: The wiring had gotten detached from the button, so we readjusted it and cleaned the dust accumulated over time to ensure perfect operation.
New Gate Installation
Customer Issue: Our customer wanted to secure his driveway with a gate.
Our Solution: Because of the driveway’s slope, we recommended a sliding gate and Mr. Perry choose a steel model in green. We set up the posts and the track first and then installed the panel with the wheels.