Garage Door Pro's

2 Reviews

“He does fabulous work and gets it done quickly. He even goes out of his way to fix items that need to be addressed. ...”

Serving Aurora, CO
We are a local, family owned and operated company with 20 years experience in the Colorado garage door market. Garage Door Pros has a reputation for friendly, efficient service and competitive pricing. We strive to give great customer service in the Denver Metro area, and along the Front Range, all ...

Mountain View Doors

10 Reviews

“Replace coil spring professional, did a good job, checked his work, did some extra maintenance ie, oiled door parts”

Serving Aurora, CO
When you are in need of a new garage door, or services for your existing garage door, look no further than MountainView Doors, located in Parker, Colorado. We provide the very best in garage door sales, service, and installation for residential, and light commercial applications. We proudly serve P...

A Team Garage Doors

Serving Aurora, CO
Certified IDA (International Doors Association) Technician Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We would w...

One Clear Choice

3 Reviews

“Clear Choice came to teach my husband and me how to reprogram our garage door. We were getting the message for anoth...”

Serving Aurora, CO
We have serviced over 25,000 customers. We believe that our customer is our #1 asset. Please visit our website! More verifiable positive reviews available. Four time Gold Star Award winner with the BBB 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, Most reviews in category, and No Trip Charge ...

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384 S Ironton St, Aurora, CO 80012
This Denver suburb became the temporary home to thousands of residents in the summer of 2011 after hurricane Irene derailed a train in Nebraska. As the Amtrak California Zephyr route became temporarily shut down for a number of days, visitors as well as local residents were stuck indefinitely in Colorado. Some residents returned home in Aurora, Colorado, opened their garage doors, and made the drive down to New Mexico where additional rail lines were working. Others tried booking flights, but the majority remained where they were, hoping the trains would be back on schedule sooner rather than later. Though many people exercised caution before leaving and contacted garage door services in Aurora to be sure their cars were safe while they were away, in the end there really was no need.