Misaligned tracks: This usually happens when the bolts holding the horizontal tracks get loose and causes the bracket to wobble. Heavy Use: There are many pieces that move whenever you open or close your garage door. There is the garage door roller, spring system, bolts holding the track in place. All of these can start to come loose over thousands of times of opening and closing your garage door. If you use your garage door more than your front door to your home, which many people do if they are driving, you would be surprised how quickly these in and outs add up!
Dirt and Debris Buildup: We are sure you spend plenty of time sweeping and otherwise tidying up your garage so it is as clean as the inside of your home, but whoever thinks to wipe down the garage door tracks on the ceiling over their heads? It’s not something you should feel bad about not doing, and in fact, not something that you should be doing yourself anyway unless you are an expert. Depending on how high your ceiling is in your garage, it might not even be safe for you to climb up and start poking around. That’s why