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Our upfront, no-obligation garage door service quotes are designed to give you a transparent view into your garage door’s repair costs.
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We’re proud to offer some of the best customer service in the business. From scheduling to general questions, we’ve got your back.
Our repairs are backed by our Doorvana Guarantee to provide peace of mind.
How Garage Door Opener Replacement Works
Our approach to garage door repairs is simple and transparent.
Schedule A Free Diagnostic
Your service advisor will help find a time that works for you.
Get A Fixed Price Proposal
Once on site, our tech will diagnose your garage door problems and quote the repairs from a fixed price list.
We Perform The work
If approved, our tech will start working to replace your opener right away.
New Garage Door Opener Pricing
Average Job Cost
$499 - $1199
Garage door opener costs vary by type, manufacturer, and features. At Doorvana, we only offer and install LiftMaster garage door openers. They range in price from $499 to $1199. At Doorvana, our technicians operate from a fixed price list, so you’re not going to pay more than your neighbor for the same repair.
When evaluating the cost to replace your garage door opener, you may want to consider:
- Location of existing electrical
- Benefits of wi-fi app usage
- Optional features like an auto-lock or camera feed
Choose the best opener for your garage
Whether you're looking for an ultra-quiet operator or a side mount jackshaft, we can help. Call us at 817-500-5988 with any questions. Openers below are price from $499 to $1199.
Frequently Asked Questions
After installing thousands of garage door openers, we will only stand behind LiftMaster garage door operators. Their technology, service, and support are hands down the best of any operator manufacturer.
Like phones or computers, garage door openers get better every year or two. If you want the latest bells and whistles like a camera, app-enabled use, and sleek designs, you might replace your opener every two to three years. However, most homeowners wait until their operator breaks before buying a new one.
It’s usually the interior parts that stop working. Logic boards, gear kits, and motors can burn up from a power outage. Sometimes, they just go bad without any indication of why.
If you want to take advantage of the latest upgrades like brighter LED lighting, ultra-quiet belt drive operation, or a camera feed, then upgrading may make sense.
LiftMaster has three tiers of operators for different client types. At each level, the operators are built to do different things. The 8165 is a contractor-grade operator that works but is light on features. The 87504 is heavy on features, complete with battery backup, integrated lighting, and a quiet belt drive. The most expensive residential operator, the 8500W is a jackshaft side-mount operator that is used to free up ceiling space in your garage and is ultra-quiet.
If you’re in the market for new features or your current one stops working properly. In a lot of cases, you can repair the existing operator for around $300, so you have to decide if you want to spend $300 on replacement parts or $499 – $749 on an entirely new opener with the latest features.
Our services are based on a fixed price list, so you're never going to pay more than your neighbor for the same repair.
Schedule, approve, and pay for services with the touch of a button. Ain’t technology grand?
We deliver top-rated services for up to 30% less than our competitors.