Inspection and Maintenance

We encourage both our commercial and residential customers to have their door systems professionally inspected. While we base these inspections on an individual customer’s needs, we recommend an annual inspection at least one time per year.

Commercial & Residential Garage Door Inspections Include:

Inspection and Adjustments

  • Counterbalance System
  • Springs
  • Bearings
  • Cables
  • Attached hardware
  • Lubrication
  • Electric Operator
    • Test Reversing Mechanism
    • Limit Switches
  • Additional Areas of Inspection
    • Fasteners
    • Hinges
    • Top Brackets
    • Bottom Brackets
    • Tracks and Rollers
    • Lubrication

In addition to inspection and adjustments, your certified technician will provide recommendations on how to use your existing door more safely. Upon request, he can connect you with our sales team who can provide an estimate for any further repairs that may be needed.

For information on Cressy Door’s Commercial Door Inspection Program, please give us a call or fill out the form to the right. One of our experienced team members will respond promptly.

Fireplaces

Cressy Door and Fireplace recommends that all gas fireplaces have an annual inspection. This practice can often be overlooked because gas fireplaces burn clean and are easy to take care of. Even though gas fireplaces are low maintenance and easy to maintain, it is important to clean your fireplace insert annually.

What to expect during an inspection:

  • Exterior evaluation: Our technician looks for glass that is chipped, cracked, or dirty as well as how the framework is performing. He also looks for dents or debris and assures that the interior gas ignition under the log structure lights flawlessly.
  • Interior evaluation: First order of business here, is to make sure your log set is not deteriorating. Our technician will remove the face of the unit and inspect the valves and connections underneath. He will make sure your fireplace’s heat output is correct, and clean up any residue blocking ports or vents.
  • After a routine check, your technician will make sure that you are aware of any repairs your gas fireplace may need. Our technicians have a wealth of information and will be happy to answer any questions you may have about your fireplace or insert. If you would like to schedule a routine inspection, give us a call or fill out the form to the right and one of our team members will respond promptly.