The rollers in your garage door play a crucial part and have to be changed as soon the worn out, they’re extremely easy to replace. If you’re considering changing them, here is a handy guide to get it done rapidly!

What you’ll need:

  • New garage door rollersGarage Door Roller Replacement
  • Clamps
  • Pliers
  • Large flat head screwdriver
  • Pry bar
  • A block of wood or a someone to help

If you’re replacing the rollers, examine hinges and see if they need replacement,
Rollers generally wear out faster than hinges, however you might too knock all of it out at once if needed.
If you have an extra roller, bring it to the store with you so you make sure you’re getting the right part.

Bottom Roller

Start by opening your garage door completely.
Put clamps on both sides of the track, about 2/3 of the way up the opening.
Release garage door from power opener by pulling connected release.
For extra precaution, disconnect opener.
Near top of the track, about where it begins curving towards the ceiling, use pliers to flex track a little open
Line up very first roller with the opening. Using a flathead screwdriver, wedge it in between the roller and the track, and pry the roller out of the track.
Change old roller and place the bracket back into the track.
Roll door down to the next roller, move clamps, and repeat very same procedure for removing and replacing the rollers.
Once all the rollers that can reach this opening have been altered, use the pliers to bend track back into positioning.
Take Out the clamp from track.

Top Roller

op rollers can be done one of two methods: bend track open or unscrew bolts on the brackets.

Open door all the way. Prop the door up with a 2 × 4, secure a block of wood to the track, or have someone hold the door up so it doesn’t fall on you.
Bend open part of the track in the middle of the garage door area.
Pry the bracket out and change the roller.
Use pliers to bend track back into shape when finished.
Open door all the way. Prop the door up with a 2 × 4, secure a block of wood to the track, or have someone hold the door up so it does not fall on you.
A couple of valuable tips:
Label the holes your rollers are presently in with “R” below– this ensures you put the rollers back in the right hole.
Trace around edge of bracket into the door so you know which direction and where it ought to lie.
Unscrew bolts holding bracket onto door.
Lift bracket out of track, angling if required.
Replace rollers, make certain they’re in the ideal slot.
Put bracket back into track– angle it so it enters easily.
Line up bracket with summary and reconnect the bracket.
Thread bolts back into door and tighten.
Finally, get rid of clamps from tracks, plug-in the garage opener, reattach door to opener– in some cases just pushing– normally does it automatically. Close door and look for any misalignment of the track.

Replacing the rollers on your garage door is an excellent method to safety-proof your house. It’s an easy job that goes a long way for your garage door efficiency. If you would like to change your rollers and would prefer an expert do it, Call Lion Garage Doors (872)704-0005 or contact us for a service appointment!