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Check Your Track Dimensions
Before you start replacing any parts of your garage door, check the dimensions of your current track system. Garage doors generally come in two sizes—single-wide or double-wide—but those sizes can vary depending on the brand. If the track dimensions are different from what is listed for the new garage door you want, then you will likely have problems with installation.
The track brackets that hold up your existing tracks must also match those used by your new garage door manufacturer as well. If they don’t match, then they won’t fit properly and could cause damage to both your new and old parts during installation. Some track brackets may be compatible between different brands, so it’s important to do some research before starting work on installation.
It is also important to note that most tracks are designed to support a certain weight limit—usually between 100 and 150kg—so make sure that your new garage door does not exceed the specified capacity of your existing tracks. Older tracks may not be able to handle heavier doors due to age or wear and tear over time, so it’s important to always check first before installing a new garage door system onto an old set of tracks.
How To Ensure Maximum Performance Of Your Door
The best way to ensure maximum performance of your new garage door is by using tracks that are specifically designed for it. Be sure to properly measure your tracks before purchasing them so they fit correctly in your space and don’t require any additional modifications. Additionally, make sure all components align properly when being installed—if there are any issues with alignment during installation, call in an experienced professional for assistance. Finally, keep up with regular maintenance for optimal performance over time.
Installing a new garage door on old tracks is possible if you are using the same brand as before. However, it’s important to ensure that all components are properly matched up in terms of alignment, size, weight capacity and bracket compatibility during installation, and that ongoing maintenance is performed regularly for maximum performance over time. Always double check beforehand so you don’t run into any unexpected problems later down the line! With a little bit of research and preparation beforehand, you can successfully install a new garage door onto an old set of tracks with no issue whatsoever!
To make sure you get the most out of your new garage door, it’s always best to trust an expert. At Gold Coast Door Centre, we’re happy to help in any way we can. From answering your questions to installing your entire system, we’ve got you covered. Get in touch today!