Calverton, NY Garage Door Installation and Repair Service
Garage Door Installation
Garage Door Repairs
What to do if you notice a problem
Even if you happen to be handy around the house, do-it-yourself garage door repair can go wrong quickly. Amateur repairs compromise your family’s safety and, at the least, make you late for work. So, do your part with the inspection and leave the maintenance to the experts in garage door repair in Calverton, NY.
Above & Beyond Garage Doors dispatch trained repair technicians quickly, with same-day service available in Calverton, NY. If you know there’s something wrong but don’t want to deal with trying to figure it out, call us for honest answers and a reliable service.
Garage Door Openers
When you want the latest technology incorporated in your garage door opener in Calverton, Above & Beyond can make that happen. Get Smartphone control, Wi-Fi and other great features, including battery back-up for your system.
We deal with all the major manufacturers in the business and stay on top of the ever-changing technology. Contact us today to get quick and quiet access to your garage. The latest openers offer features that integrate your garage door for easy control from your home or car.
When you hire Above & Beyond Garage Doors, we remove replaced doors and parts, so you don’t have to worry about it.
Lost remote, no problem
In Calverton, garage door openers can be a combined opener with keypads for safety and convenience. So, if you lose the remote and need to replace it, you can still get into your home in the meantime.
The Technicians at Garage Door company Above & Beyond Garage Doors professionally install, repair, and service all kinds of residential and commercial doors throughout the area of Calverton, NY.
Calverton is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 6,510 at the 2010 census.
Most of Calverton is in the Town of Riverhead, while the area south of the Peconic River is a mostly undeveloped smaller portion in the Town of Brookhaven.
Calverton was first referred to as "Baiting Hollow Station" when the Long Island Rail Road arrived in 1844. The station closed in 1958, but the sheltered shed for the station remained standing as of 2007.
The area's Native American name was Conungum or Kanungum, meaning "fixed line" or "boundary". In 1868 the Calverton post office opened, named for Bernard J. Calvert. It remained a small farming community specializing in cranberries, which grew in swampy areas along the Peconic River until the Navy purchase.
Calverton's history is tied closely to Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant, Calverton. In 1953, the United States Navy purchased 6,000 acres (24 km2) around Calverton from a local farmer named Harry Edwards, including the mansion of a grandson of F.W. Woolworth's, so that Grumman could test and finish jets. A 10,000-foot (3,000 m) runway was built, and most of Grumman's F-14 Tomcat and E-2C Hawkeye aircraft were to pass through the plant.