The Process of Replacing Panels

Once you've found the perfect match for your damaged panel(s), replacing them becomes much easier - but still requires precision and care.

  • You'll begin by loosening up the tension on springs so that they're safe to work around.
  • A careful removal of broken panel comes next where you don't want to cause any more damage.
  • Then, the new panel is carefully inserted into place and attached securely.

Remember though - this process isn’t a walk in the park. It involves heavy lifting and dealing with springs under tension which can be dangerous if not handled properly.

Finding the Right Match

To start with panel replacement, you first need to find matching panels for your existing garage door. Believe us, it's not always easy to find the perfect panel that fits your existing garage door.Garage doors come in all shapes and sizes – there’s no one-size-fits-all here. You have different materials like wood, steel or aluminum; various designs such as raised-panel or flat-panel; diverse brands like Clopay, Amarr, Wayne Dalton; plus colors ranging from classic white to bold black and everything in between.