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Garage Door Parts

Need parts for your garage door? We’re here to help! Stop by our Cedar Park or Lakeway offices and we can get you squared away today!

Garage Door Parts

We carry track, struts, hinges, rollers, springs and even sections for those who want to do it themselves. Heck, we will even sell you the whole door if that’s what you want. Call us today to ensure we have the right part for your door or stop by and bring the part you need. Chances are good we will have that item in stock.

Please note that as of January 2022 supply issues have really limited our ability to sell complete doors. It isn’t getting better yet but it is OK to call and ask. We are working hard to get all of our stock back up and running.

garage door parts

Sections

Track

Hinges

Struts & torsion tubes

Bottom Seal

Springs

Sections

Sections for doors are very specific to a manufacturer. And while they all look the same from the street, they are all different in some way. Pattern sizes, colors, section stiles, grain patterns all vary between manufacturers. So, if you drive into your garage you may not be lucky enough to get the same panel. We do carry about 6 different brands and styles but there are many more out there. Another thing to consider is that the new panel you replace isn’t going to be sun faded like all the other panels on your door. So it’s hard to just replace one on your door and expect it to look good. You will most likely have to paint the entire door after the section is replaced. Often times it’s better to replace all of the sections. Another rule of thumb; if the door is older than 6 years, it is sometimes cost effective to replace the whole door. For a decent 16′ wide  x 7′ high door expect the new complete door to cost about $1100 to $1500 depending on the manufacturer. If we just do the sections, subtract about $200. It’s best to get a free estimate when the panels are damaged. smaller doors cost less.

Track

Most track is pretty standard but the are exceptions. When replacing track, like all other parts, we recommend bringing in the bad part or taking good pictures. This will allow us to ensure that we are getting you the correct parts.

Hinges

Hinges come in different sizes with numbers on them. When you are replacing hinges, you must replace them with the same number on the hinge. again, bring the old hinge in with you.

Struts and torsion tubes

Doors get bent and sag and a reinforcement strut can sometimes be added to support the damage section. We stock struts for most doors. If you decide that you need one remember, it’s 16 feet long!!  It does not fit in your car or the bed of your truck. We carry them on Racks. The same thing with Panels and torsion tubes.

Bottom Seal

This is the rubber at the bottom of the door. It shrinks, tears and gets eaten by mice and then fails to seal the door from, more mice, leaves and dirt. Replacing it should not be as difficult as it is, but the replacement seal must be identical to the seal that went bad. There are about 6 different types of bottom seal and some are easy to replace and others are stupid hard and expensive. Also some might make you think about undoing the wrong screws on you garage door and could cause serious damage or injury. Do yourself a favor and call us. Maybe send us a photo of your door and bottom seal. We recognize most types and we stock most types. The cost could range from a practical $16 to a crazy $200 depending on type and amount of work for the installation.

Springs

Garage Door Springs or torsion Springs are dangerous and are addressed on another page. Go here to learn more about replacing springs.