INSTALLATION AND REPAIR OF
OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS AND DOOR OPENERS
BROKEN SPRING SPECIALISTS
We service all brands of garage doors and motors. Proper service & maintenance is a must!
We’ll help you choose a garage door to fit your home with top garage door manufacturers.
We offer a wide selection of insulated and non-insulated commercial doors and openers.
LOCALLY OWNED, FAMILY OPERATED
Speedy Garage Door Service is a locally owned family operated business with over 25 years of expert and field-tested garage door and door opener repair experience in Somers, CT.
You will not find another company more dedicated to your repair needs. We pride ourselves in finding the best solution, at the lowest rate possible to get you back up and running in good working order.
24 HOURS EMERGENCY SERVICE IN SOMERS CT
At Speedy Garage Door Service, we understand that repair needs can happen at any time.
We have 24 hour emergency service and we stock all of the necessary parts to get you back up and running in the shortest time possible.
Call us any time: 7 days a week, 24 hours a day!
WHY CHOOSE SPEEDY GARAGE SERVICES
WE’RE PROUD TO PROVIDE OUR SOMERS, CT CUSTOMERS WITH THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF CUSTOMER SERVICE POSSIBLE. WE EMPLOY THE BEST TECHNICIANS AVAILABLE, AND WE OFFER THE HIGHEST QUALITY PARTS AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
OUR TECHNICIANS ARE PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED IN GARAGE DOOR SERVICE AND REPAIRS SO YOU CAN REST ASSURED THAT YOU ARE IN GOOD HANDS.
- We Service Garage Doors in Somers, CT
- Repair Broken Springs
- New Garage Door Installations
- Repair and Install Garage Door Openers
- Repair Broken Track
- Replace broken door sections
- All major credit cards accepted
GARAGE DOOR REPAIR IN SOMERS CT
With a population of over 11,000, Somers CT is a census designation place and is considered a part of NECTA. We operate as a garage door repair company in the town with an area of 28.5 sq mi, was originally the part of the Agawam plantation back in the 17th century. Later the Enfield Parish broke offer, and it was incorporated in 1749. The area is governed by a selectman town meeting system. The town was originally named as wallop, but later it got changed to East Enfield, and in 1734 it was named as Somers, which also joined the Connecticut County.