Sayville, NY Garage Door Installation and Repair Service
Garage Door Installation
High lift garage door installation
In Sayville, high lift garage doors are a good investment for people who love cars but have limited space for them. They lift your vehicle so that you can fit one car above another on horizontal tracks. Our technicians are some of the few professionals in the business with this expertise.
Only the best work from us
Our professional installers are all licensed and insured residents of the Sayville area. We are proud of our overwhelmingly high satisfaction ratings from our customers and neighbors. We want to provide solid service that exceeds your expectations so that you brag to other people about us.
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 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 Sayville, NY.
Above & Beyond Garage Doors dispatch trained repair technicians quickly, with same-day service available in Sayville, 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.
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 Sayville, 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
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.
Lost remote, no problem
In Sayville, 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 Sayville, NY.
Sayville is a hamlet and census-designated place in Suffolk County, New York, United States. Located on the South Shore of Long Island in the Township of Islip, the population of the CDP was 16,853 at the time of the 2010 census.
The earliest known inhabitants of Sayville were the Secatogue tribe of the Algonquian peoples.
Sayville was founded by John Edwards (b. 1738) of East Hampton, New York. He built his home, the first in Sayville, in 1761, located at what is now the northwest corner of Foster Avenue and Edwards Street. The house was destroyed by fire in March 1913. Another man, John Greene, settled what is now known as West Sayville in 1767.
The community had no formal name until 1838 when residents gathered to choose a name for their post office, which had opened on March 22, 1837. Until that time, Sayville was known informally as "over south". The townspeople held a meeting to decide on a name, and after Edwardsville and Greensville tied in a vote, one resident suggested "Seaville". According to historical accounts, the clerk at that particular meeting did not know how to spell and had to go home and look in an old Bible he had brought from England years before. In the Bible, the word "sea" was spelled "s-a-y" and "Sayville" became the name he sent to Washington. After the error was discovered, the community sent a letter of protest to Washington D.C.; however, the Postmaster General responded that the name should stay "Sayville", as there were many "Seaville"s in the world but no "Sayville"s. As a result, the name stuck. Incidentally, in some very old Bibles, the town name is also spelled "S-a-v-i-l-l-e".