I've always fancied the idea that garage door opener companies should employ the hair salon ideal when naming themselves - something like naming their business 'What Goes Up Must Come Down' or 'Coming Down With Something: Something Like Your Garage Door" or "Going Places: Mostly Up and Down Places."
You get the idea.
An interesting fact that I never knew prior to buying my home is that those giant coils that support the weight of your rising or descending door? They snap over time, and when they do, brother, you don't want to be anywhere near 'em. So my garage door coil snapped, and I had to get it fixed in a jiffy. Seeing as I'm roughly as conversant in garage repair as Bob Villa is at origami, I sought expert help. Although who knows, maybe Sammie can really crank out some paper birds. I digress.
This garage door company showed up, assessed the situation, and had the whole to-do wrapped up in a relatively short period later that afternoon. And my garage door now? Flies open and shuts like a champ -- he even tweaked the original setup so the bottom of the door better marries with the pavement below, which isn't as easy as it sounds. Then again, nothing's ever as easy as it sounds. Unless you find just the right help.