Garage Door Parts

Garage door replacement parts and decorative hardware

The garage door is typically the largest moving part in your home and is probably used daily.

With normal use, garage door parts can wear out and break, creating potential safety problems. Whitehall Door is your source for everything you need to accessorize or repair your garage door and opener. Whatever you are looking for, we either have it in stock, can get it quickly, or we can point you in the right direction to find it.

Just a sample of the many parts we stock:

  • Cables
  • Carriages
  • Circuit Boards
  • Gear Sets
  • Hardware
  • Hinges
  • Keypads
  • Locks
  • Lubricants
  • Pulleys
  • Remotes
  • Rollers
  • Safety Beams
  • Springs

Garage Door Safety Tips:

Springs: Replace them if they show signs of wear such as uneven gaps between the coils, bent or damaged ends.

Frayed Cables: Inspect and replace your cables immediately if you find any frayed sections.

Pulley Wear: Check the pulleys for nicks or excessive wear that can cause damage to the cable. Replace worn pulleys if necessary.

Level and plumb tracks: They should line up parallel to the door sections without binding. Replace bent, missing or rusted lags immediately.

Bent or broken hinges: Check the door’s rollers for excessive wobble and replace as necessary.

With periodic inspections and maintenance the average garage door can safely provide many years of trouble free performance.

The cost was actually less than estimated! - Gavin from Quakertown, PA
Whitehall Door gave us an estimate and the job ended up costing less and we got doors with the highest insulation (R rating), for the same price as medium insulation from other companies. The new doors are beautiful and open with ease. I highly recommend this company to anyone looking for garage doors.

Frequently Asked Questions:

QWhy does my garage door make so much noise when it opens and closes?
AThere are a few reasons why this could be happening. The most likely culprits are: Your springs could be rusty, The lubrication could be breaking down, Or there could be something stuck in or around the track. Of course there are many other less likely potential causes so please don’t hesitate to call us for assistance.

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