Moriches, NY Garage Door Installation and Repair Service
Garage Door Installation
Garage Door Repairs
Check that the handles, if present, are secure, not wobbly. Tighten the screws to adjust as appropriate so that the handle lifts and opens smoothly.
It’s important to verify that the cable passes through the extension spring and remains bolted tightly to the upper support bracket. Because this is the working part of your garage door, this might be the most important part of your inspection.
What to expect after you call
We don’t send a technician to your door unless they are trained in a wide spectrum of brands and styles.
Once they arrive, an Above & Beyond Garage Doors technician inspects your door and lets you know if anything is wrong and your options to correct it. With your permission, the technician completes the repairs during the same visit.
At Above & Beyond Garage Doors, we believe in being prepared for every type of same day garage door repair in Moriches, NY. Whether you have a broken spring, pulley or cable, our trucks are stocked with the parts to fix any garage door.
Garage Door Openers
Above & Beyond technicians offer various accessories for your garage door opener in Moriches, 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.
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 Moriches, NY.
Moriches is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 2,838 at the 2010 census.
Moriches is served by the William Floyd School District.
The name "Moriches" comes from Meritces, a Native American who owned land on Moriches Neck.
One of the community's most famous businesses/landmarks was the Jurgielewicz Duck Farm founded in 1919 on the edge of the Forge River. At its peak the 65-acre (26 ha) farm located on the edge of the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Rail Road claimed to be America's largest free-range duck operation, raising 1 million Pekin ducks a year. In 2011, it declared bankruptcy, and it closed in August 2011.