Hicksville, 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 Hicksville, NY.
Above & Beyond Garage Doors dispatch trained repair technicians quickly, with same-day service available in Hicksville, 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 Hicksville, Above & Beyond can make that happen. Get Smartphone control, Wi-Fi and other great features, including battery back-up for your system.
High-tech features at your fingertips
If you are high-tech and think your garage door should be too, let’s make that happen by integrating special features in the garage door opener. You can choose from one of our many universal remotes that are compatible with any system.
Above & Beyond technicians offer various accessories for your garage door opener in Hicksville, including keypads, work lights and wall-mounted openers. Experience the convenience of an outside keypad, which allows children and adults who lose their keys to safely and securely enter the house.
Lost remote, no problem
In Hicksville, 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 Hicksville, NY.
Hicksville is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) located within the Town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York, United States, on Long Island. The population of the CDP was 41,547 at the 2010 census.
Valentine Hicks, son-in-law of nationally famous abolitionist and Quaker preacher Elias Hicks, and eventual president of the Long Island Rail Road, bought land in the village in 1834 and turned it into a station stop on the LIRR in 1837. The station became a depot for produce, particularly cucumbers for a Heinz Company plant. After a blight destroyed the cucumber crops, the farmers grew potatoes. It turned into a bustling New York City suburb in the building boom following World War II.