New Hyde Park, NY Garage Door Installation and Repair Service

Garage Door Installation

Call us today at 631-736-0369 for more information and to set up an appointment to install your new garage door.

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 New Hyde Park, NY.

Above & Beyond Garage Doors dispatch trained repair technicians quickly, with same-day service available in New Hyde Park, 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.

Call us today at 631-736-0369 for more information and to set up an appointment to repair your new garage door.

Garage Door Openers

Call us today at 631-736-0369 for more information and to discuss your garage door opener.




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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 New Hyde Park, NY.

New Hyde Park is an area that includes the incorporated Village of New Hyde Park in Nassau County, Long Island, New York, United States, as well as surrounding unincorporated areas. The place name, New Hyde Park, and its postal codes, 11040-11099, are used to serve all of these areas.

The incorporated Village of New Hyde Park is located in both the Town of Hempstead and the Town of North Hempstead.

The population of the Village of New Hyde Park was 9,712 at the 2010 census. Because of its close proximity and relatively short commute to Manhattan, it is primarily a commuter town with over 75% of the land used for single family residences, but also has warehouses near the Long Island Rail Road station and retail districts along Jericho Turnpike.

Thomas Dongan, the fourth royal governor of New York, was granted an 800-acre parcel of land in 1683 that included New Hyde Park. It was known as "Dongan's Farm." Dongan built a mansion on what is now Lakeville Road. In 1691 Dongan fled to New England and then Ireland, as King James II and his Catholic forces failed to regain power in England and Ireland.

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