Replacing your old garage door with a new garage door can be overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be! We simplify the process and help you pick the right door for both visually and quality. Garage doors come in many styles and sizes and there are many different manufactures of garage doors that offer something unique. Looking for carriage, modern, wood, steel, with windows, black, white, grey? We can help!
Garage door repair doesn’t have to be too expensive or difficult. With so many different type of garage doors, it’s important you hire a company that hires employees and not subcontractors. Our employees are trained to work on all types of garage doors. Doesn’t matter if your garage door won’t open or won’t close. We can fix it! If it’s beyond repair, we will offer you resonable options for replacement of specific parts or an entirely new door. Whatever works best for you.
If you have questions, our office staff is prepared to answer your questions.
Whether you are searching for a new garage door opener or garage door opener repair Aaron Overhead Doors offers both. We perform repair service on Genie, LiftMaster, Craftsman, Chamberlain, and more. We can offer you belt, chain, screw drive or side mount openers. For new garage door openers we specialize in LiftMaster brand. Our most popular openers are the Liftmaster WLED, 8355W, WLED, & Sommer EVO+. If you have any questions feel free to call and ask 678-960-3360.
Broken garage door springs can usually be replaced on the same day you call us. When your garage door won’t open, it’s typically because of a broken spring. We stock our trucks with almost all standard garage door torsion. When replacing garage door springs, you always want to replace both if there are two. Each spring typically has a 10,000 cycle life span. We offer standard 10,000 cycle garage door springs and high cycle springs. Ask your garage door repair technician for more information.
We install garage doors of all sizes, including:
Aaron Overhead Doors serves your service & repair needs:
- Broken Spring Repair
- Door Opener Repair
- Cable Replacement
- Section Replacement
Our garage door openers feature:
- Competitive Prices
- Rigorously Tested Motors
- Sturdy One-Piece Rails
- Quiet Operation
Make our appointment go faster by answering these three questions:
- Is your garage door wood, metal, fiberglass, or glass panels?
- Is it a two-car wide door or a one-car wide door?
- Do you have one spring or two springs?
A Customer Service Company In The Garage Door Business
FAMILY OWNED AWARD WINNING GARAGE DOOR COMPANY
The Core of What We Do is About Giving Back.
As long as we have been in business, we have offered pro bono installation of garage doors and openers, and even repairs, to our neighbors in need. In 2015 we donated enough money to feed 20 families for thanksgiving. In 2016 we launched a hardship program that allows us to vote internally on people we help and how much.
Family Matters to Us.
Aaron Overhead Doors Atlanta is owned by Ryan Lucia, who is married to Stephenie Lucia. They have two children, Evie and Asher.
Ryan’s background is in sales and marketing, and has spent a lot of time growing small businesses. A true entrepreneur at heart, Ryan enjoys employing people and helping homeowners find garage doors that bring out the beauty in their homes.
A Cut Above the Competition.
Aaron Overhead Doors Atlanta was founded on a commitment to excellence. Our commitment is to provide excellent products, excellent customer service, excellent workmanship, and excellent communication. We do this by hiring the best people and training them in a way that makes us different.
Happy Employees Lead to Happy Customers.
Our owner, Ryan Lucia, is committed to creating a great work environment for our employees. As part of the executive leadership team for a major technology company, he learned a lot about how to treat people.
Our philosophy is to treat our employees like family and put them first. In our experience, if we hire the right people and treat them really well, that tends to result into a great experience for our customers.
1 Customer Satisfaction Of utmost importance to dealers is customer satisfaction. Dealers should establish customer satisfaction as a top priority, and deal with all complaints in an honest, fair and timely manner.
2 Truth in Selling Dealers should avoid misleading selling techniques and practices that encourage customers to purchase unnecessary products or services. The necessity and reasons for the selling of enhanced products should be documented in writing to customers.
3 Responsible Conduct Dealers should avoid conduct or practices likely to discredit their companies or the door and access systems industry as a whole, and shall honor their obligations and commitments to customers. Dealers should avoid conduct or practices intended or likely to discredit their competitors and/or customers.
4 Truth in Advertising Advertising, corporate and product literature, letters, and sales presentations should be strictly truthful, avoiding claims which are misleading or inaccurate
5 Product Installation Products shall be installed in accordance with the specific installation instructions provided by the product manufacturer.
6 Safety Compliance Dealers shall provide a safe working environment for employees and shall comply with applicable safety regulations. In addition, dealers shall inform customers regarding safety features of products and safety precautions to be taken in the operation and maintenance of a door system.
7 Contracts Dealers shall have written contracts and/or purchase orders, which shall clearly state the essential terms for performance, including but not limited to the work to be performed, the products being purchased and/or installed, the time for performance, and all terms relating to pricing.
8 Consultation Services A door and access systems dealer’s professional knowledge is a valuable result of the dealer’s training and experience, and when called upon for service or for technical advice, it is proper that the dealer be paid for rendering these services. If applicable, such charges should be stated and/or estimated, in writing if possible, by the dealer prior to providing the service and/or technical advice.
9 Bid Procedures When the sealed bid process is utilized, the following should apply: Dealers should not seek to obtain price information concerning a competitor’s bid or proposal before all bids are submitted.
10 Proposal Compliance Proposals and product installation shall comply with all applicable building codes, ordinances, regulations and laws.11 Warranties Dealers shall present all warranties in writing, and shall respond to warranty service on a timely basis.
We follow the code of conduct by our association IDA & IDEA.