Garage Door Bottom & Top Fixtures

Your garage door’s bottom and top fixtures need to be adjusted if you want your door, cables, and rollers to be secured in place. In some cases, your garage door’s fixtures may wear down, causing several problems in the future, such as loud noises, an inability to open or close, or further component damage.

Regardless of the case, not taking care of your garage door’s bottom and top fixtures can pose a severe hazard to your physical health and your belongings. If you need to take care of your garage door’s fixtures, you can find everything you need here at Ben’s Garage Door & Gates Supply!

Our company offers you everything you need to cover residential and commercial bottom brackets, top fixtures, and other components that you may need to complement any other garage door part. Additionally, you may get an outside hookup to secure your brackets.

You need your door to stay secure in case of unforeseen events, which is why you can choose one of our sure-stop components for your brackets. They reduce the risk of a free-falling door if your door cables break or stop working altogether.

You can choose many options from our product catalog, and we can help you find the most appropriate one for your garage door. If you need help from Ben’s Garage Door team, make sure to contact us today!

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Replace the Bottom Bracket on Your Garage Door?

We always recommend that you seek help from a professional when it comes to replacing your door’s bottom and top fixtures. Improper door handling could lead to further problems in the future, which could cause a health hazard for you, your family, or your coworkers, depending on what type of garage door you are working with.

Ben’s Garage Door team offers a wide range of garage door services, including bottom and top fixture repairs and installations. Do not hesitate to contact Ben’s Garage Door team if you need any help with your garage door.

How Often Should You Replace Your Door’s Bottom and Top Fixtures?

It depends on how much damage your garage door has sustained over the years. Keep in mind that these doors may get damaged due to car impacts, improper usage, intense weather, and more. In normal conditions, you may need to replace your garage door components after ten years.

However, we always recommend that you conduct a thorough inspection of your door at least once a year. That way, you can assess any potential problems that may occur.

Top Fixtures

Residential and Commercial Bottom Brackets

Outside Hookup

Sure Stop