Smithtown, NY Garage Door Installation and Repair Service
Garage Door Installation
High lift garage door installation
In Smithtown, 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 Smithtown 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
Services available include
- Hardware replacement from our fully stocked trucks.
- Diagnostic of the entire door assembly
- Adjustments to ensure the door rolls up and down smoothly.
Garage Door Openers
When you want the latest technology incorporated in your garage door opener in Smithtown, Above & Beyond can make that happen. Get Smartphone control, Wi-Fi and other great features, including battery back-up for your system.
Above & Beyond technicians offer various accessories for your garage door opener in Smithtown, 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 Smithtown, NY.
Smithtown is a town in Suffolk County, New York, United States, on the North Shore of Long Island. The population was 117,801 at the 2010 Census.
The census-designated place (CDP) of Smithtown lies within the town's borders.
Smithtown originally, known as "Smithfield", was first settled around 1665. Local legend has it that, after rescuing a Native American chief's kidnapped daughter, Richard Smith was told that the chief would grant title to all of the land Smith could encircle in one day "on a bull". Smith chose to ride the bull on the longest day of the year (summer solstice), to enable him to ride longer "in one day". The land he acquired in this way is said to approximate the current town's location. There is a large anatomically correct statue of Smith's bull, known as Whisper, at the fork of Jericho Turnpike (New York State Route 25) and St. Johnland Road (New York State Route 25A).