Member since 9/15/2012
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Buyer Beware - Shoddy Gaurantee

My garage door opener is ~14 years old (the garage door is even older) and I had no problems with it until the limit switch broke. The limit switch is a mechanism that regulates when the door finishes opening or closing. So, I called Garage Doors Atlanta (GDA) to get it fixed. GDA replaced the limit switch on my garage door on 7/23 at a cost of $142 (overpriced - the switch is actually a $10 part - but it was fixed). Well, the exact same switch broke again on 9/14 (about 1.5 mths later) and GDA tells me the minimum price to fix the SAME problem would be $130 because I was outside the 30 day labor warranty period. What a joke! $142 to fix it, then a minimum of $130 to REFIX the same problem. My advice to anyone considering GDA for a purchase or repair, find another company that does a more reasonable job of standing behind their work.

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