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High-Quality Garage Door Repairs And Servicing In The Auckland







Garage Door Repairs

Garage doors will break at some point, you may decide that you want to try and fix it yourself. This is often dangerous and results in further damage to other critical garage door components.

With a quick google search, you will find that Affordable Garage Doors ranks very high for relevant keywords and our google reviews are all positive with happy clients all over NZ.

At Affordable Garage Doors, we are committed to providing prompt, efficient and outstanding service, Premium New Zealand made Garage Doors and superior replacement parts. We offer extended warranties and tailored solutions to fit your budget and needs.

When you sign up with Affordable Garage Doors, you are supporting a local family owned business that provides good old kiwi friendly service.

When it comes to garage door repairs and servicing, whether you need a new spring, cable replaced, panel replaced or just scheduled maintenance. Affordable Garage Doors can help with garage door repair, garage door servicing or garage door installation . Also, we will schedule your appointment at your convenience and urgency, and before we leave we will ensure that your garage door is working as it should be safely and correctly.


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Affordable Garage Doors Repair


One of the most common issues with garage doors is the broken springs.

It might be tempting to try this repair yourself; but it will be 110% safer if you leave it up to us. Garage Door Springs are under a lot of tension and can be dangerous if not handled correctly

Our garage door springs are made locally here in New Zealand.


Why do garage door springs break you ask?

The answer is simple; wear and tear of domestic use springs should be rated for about 10,000 cycles, and when the spring reaches that point, it will often snap.


For double doors, springs come in pairs.

We recommend replacing both to avoid having us back to change the other one on a separate visit.

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