About Wayne’s Overhead Doors
At Wayne’s Overhead Doors, we know that your doors are more than simply an entryway to your home, business, or property. They represent security and are a crucial part of “curb appeal” as well. When your automated doors look great and work smoothly, you never need to worry about struggling with troublesome remotes or stuck handles as you come in from a late night or early morning. Since 1975, we’ve been proudly providing clients in the upstate South Carolina area with superior quality doors, service, and attention to detail – and we can’t wait to make you our next satisfied customer.
Upstate South Carolina Overhead Doors & Service
We specialize in the initial sales, installation process and ongoing service needs of overhead doors and related equipment, giving our customers a “one stop shop” for all of their entryway needs. We can assist with residential, commercial and industrial doors, automatic door and gate openers, loading dock equipment, high speed doors and even fire doors. (In other words, if it opens and it shouldn’t, or needs to open but can’t, give us a call!)
Our fully trained team of sales, installation, and maintenance professionals are ready to help you with all of your residential and commercial door needs, including new construction and retrofitting. Our products are of the highest quality and backed with professional service to match – we want the 10,000th time you open your new door to be as smooth and hassle-free as the first.
Overhead Door Components in Upstate SC
If your existing door needs an upgrade or replacement part, we’re happy to work with you to provide exactly the components you need. If your door on your Upstate-area home or business was installed by our team but recently experienced an issue, we’re here to help. Don’t let an overly-enthusiastic forklift or an I-swear-I-thought-it-was-in-park moment keep you from using and enjoying your doors to the fullest!
Tip: Make sure to ask our team about remote mounting options to ensure a perfect fit in your vehicle or building.
Tip: If your door was damaged by a vehicle or substantial falling debris like downed trees, there may have been damage to your hinges – play it safe and call our well-trained team for an assessment if you notice your hinge action seems reluctant.
Tip: If your door is used on a commercial building or storage space, we can help you change your overhead door lock(s) quickly and easily for security after keyholders are separated or leave without turning in their keys.
Tip: The right trolley is the heart of a long-lasting automatic overhead door system. If you need a replacement provide us with the brand operate and whether it is a chain or belt. Our team would be pleased to offer some customized suggestions.
Tip: A lighted keypad will ensure that you’ll never struggle to open your overhead or automated doors, no matter how late you need to get inside.
Tip: If your existing door system isn’t operating correctly, or has stopped operating altogether, the circuit board may be the culprit. Contact our expert door repair team first – you may only need a repair, rather than a full replacement!
Tip: Even high-quality weather stripping will need periodic upkeep and replacement. Don’t skip this step or you might risk higher HVAC bills and water damage to items stored inside your garage or warehouse.
Tip: If you’ve noticed that your automated overhead door is not closing or opening completely, your limit switch may be to blame.
Tip: A sudden, catastrophic and angular shift in the entire door panel is almost always the fault of the rollers or the track. If the track is still firmly attached, check the rollers for misalignment or breakage.
Tip: If your existing infrared sensors are a little hit-or-miss in terms of performance, it’s possible that buildup or dust in the lens is blocking their normal operation. Examine the sensor itself and clean the outer lens, or contact our expert repair team to assess the issue for you.
Tip: If you need a spare bolt, screw, or other connection component that’s used in redundant areas on your door track or assembly, bring or photograph the existing, installed one (if possible) to ensure you don’t accidentally mismatch sizes.
Tip: Always consult a professional when it comes to your overhead door track. Guessing incorrectly when it comes to load bearing specifications or ceiling connection points can damage your door assembly or potentially even cause injuries.
Tip: While some door owners feel comfortable attempting DIY solutions for malfunctioning overhead doors, garage door springs shouldn’t be one of them. These components are under a great deal of tension. They can, and do, cause serious injuries if they snap or break. If you suspect your door needs new springs, please call us first for safety’s sake!
Tip: These cables can break or become frayed causing your door to come of the track or get crocked in the opening. If this the case, call us to get you up and running again.
Tip: Even if you accidentally floored it in drive instead of reverse, your garage door might be perfectly salvageable. Ask our overhead door team about availability for replacement sections to repair your broken or damaged door – you may be pleasantly surprised at the answer.