We at ASAP Locksmith take pride in offering efficient yet affordable door closer installation and repair services to both our residential and commercial clients.
With years of experience under their belt, our technicians have the expertise needed to handle issues of any complexity and extent in all kinds of door closers, including overhead door closers, concealed door closers, floor-spring door closers, surface-mounted door closers, and heavy-duty door closers.
Door Closer Repair
Though door closers are generally known for their robustness and reliability, they need to be examined regularly for leaking fluids, proper attachment, and strength of operation for diagnosis and repair of minor problems at an early stage. If you notice any of these problems, don’t wait any longer to call us.
Wobbly or Noisy Doors
If your automatic door closer rusts, it is likely to become noisy and squeaky before eventually getting stuck and becoming useless. Fending the noise off by lubricating the door closers, won’t resolve the problem permanently. Call in our experts, they will diagnose the exact cause of the problem and provide a long-term solution.
Slamming of the Door
If your door closer is slamming the door and you aren’t able to adjust it, otherwise, there is a good chance that its valve seals are worn out. Call us right away. Our technicians will repair broken seals and replace broken O-rings and missing screws to restore your door closer to optimal efficiency in no time.
No Spring Tension
If your door closer has no spring tension, it is most likely due to a broken spring that needs to be replaced.
The Door is Not Closing Fully
If your door closer fails to fully close the door or if its springs back when the door is tried to shut manually, there is a chance that the arm on its shaft might not be installed correctly.
Oil or Hydraulic Fluid is Leaking
If you find that if oil or hydraulic fluid is leaking from your door closer, repairing it would not be possible at this stage, and it is advisable to get a new door closer.