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Finding a garage door repair company in Newcastle, OK, you can trust is of utmost importance. In Oklahoma, one name stands out for its commitment to transparency, fairness, and exceptional service: Good Guys Garage Door Repair Oklahoma City. We are the go-to choice for homeowners in Newcastle, OK, needing garage door assistance, with a strong reputation for reliable repairs, free estimates, and a customer-first approach.
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GOOD GUYS GARAGE DOOR REPAIR & BROKEN SPRING REPLACEMENT NEWCASTLE OKLAHOMA
When you need garage door repair services or a garage door tune-up in Newcastle, Oklahoma, and surrounding cities, “The Good Guys Garage Door Repair” is here to help. With hundreds of moving parts required to work together, it only makes sense that garage doors need occasional repair and maintenance. Maybe your garage door won’t operate, or you accidentally backed your car into it when it was closed.
Whether you need a new garage door opener, a spring replacement, or a free consultation about a problem, our experienced technicians at Good Guys Garage Door Repair are here to help.
WHY TRUST GOOD GUYS GARAGE DOOR REPAIR NEWCASTLE, OK, TO FIX YOUR BROKEN GARAGE DOOR?
When it comes to broken garage door springs or a damaged or faulty overhead door, enlisting the help of a professional will ensure safe, effective results. We offer a full range of garage door repair services at Good Guys Garage Door Repair in Newcastle, Oklahoma. We consistently put our customers first to deliver safe, fast, and reliable assistance.
BEST GARAGE DOOR COMPANY IN NEWCASTLE OK
As the number one garage door repair company in Newcastle for over two decades, The Good Guys Garage Door Repair Newcastle has the knowledge and experience to diagnose garage door problems correctly. Maybe you have a faulty spring, or your door is broken and needs complete overhead garage door repair or replacement. No matter the case, our garage door repair experts will be able to provide a reliable, long-lasting, and affordable solution.
OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE FIXING GARAGE DOORS IN NEWCASTLE OKLAHOMA
For over 20 years, The Good Guys Garage Door has served customers throughout Oklahoma City and surrounding areas. We offer a wide range of garage door repair services, parts, and accessories. We’re committed to continuing The Good Guys Garage Door family tradition of excellence in the garage door service industry.
FAIR AND FRIENDLY REPAIR SERVICES
Our team of skilled and professional overhead door technicians will provide 100% quality services at your doorstep. At The Good Guys Garage Door, we provide honest and fair pricing. We’re happy to offer an obligation-free estimate while delivering full transparency about what your overhead door repair service may entail.
WHAT GARAGE DOOR REPAIR SERVICES DO WE OFFER?
The Good Guys offer comprehensive garage door tune-ups and safety inspections and will schedule your garage door repair appointment around your availability. When you choose us as your Newcastle OK garage door repair company, you can feel confident that we’ll fix your overhead garage door correctly the first time at a fair price.
GARAGE DOOR OPENER REPAIR IN NEWCASTLE, OKLAHOMA, AND SURROUNDING AREAS
If you need to repair your garage door opener, The Good Guys Garage Door works on most major brands and can run your overhead garage door smoothly in no time. Whether the problem lies with the opener’s transmitter or remote batteries, your overhead door opener may be to blame if your garage door won’t open. If your opener makes an odd grinding noise, it’s probably not working correctly. When any of these issues happen, call your service technician immediately.
HONEST, NO SCAM GARAGE DOOR TORSION SPRING REPAIR “NEAR ME” SERVICES
Garage door springs ensure your door opens and closes smoothly. Overhead garage door springs are mighty, and if they break, the garage door may unexpectedly fall. Because broken garage door springs pose significant safety risks, you must ensure they are in safe working condition year-round. It’s also best to enlist the help of a professional for spring repair or replacement, as replacing a garage door spring may result in injury. Broken or faulty springs can also cause the opener to burn out from working harder. Repairing or replacing your garage door springs will help save you money in the long run.
GARAGE DOOR TRACK REPAIR
Has your overhead door garage come off the track? If so, The Good Guys Garage Door Repair Newcastle can help restore your garage door to its proper position. We can supply the right parts for all overhead doors if you only need track replacement parts.
GARAGE DOOR ROLLER REPLACEMENT
Garage door rollers are the little wheels that ride along the track of your overhead door. They come in numerous types and allow rolling doors to roll. If your overhead garage door rollers become noisy, you must replace them. When your garage door rollers work correctly, your entry will run quietly and smoothly.
GARAGE DOOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
The average garage door will go up and down more than 1,000 times yearly. Regular garage door preventive maintenance ensures your operating system continues to run smoothly without posing potential risks to pets, property, or household members. With too much wear and tear and improper maintenance, overhead doors can lock, stick or even fall on cars or other objects that get in the way.
Did you know regular overhead garage door maintenance costs less than repairs? Regular garage door maintenance can also improve safety conditions and increase the life expectancy of your garage door opener, hardware, and parts. We recommend an annual garage door tune-up to help ensure reliable, quiet operation and safety for your overhead door.
Before we get started, remember that any accident — including your overhead door getting damaged or dented by a moving vehicle — requires the help of a professional. An experienced technician, such as the ones at The Good Guys Garage Door Repair, can inspect your overhead door for free. Some accidents require inspection and systems testing that standard garage door maintenance cannot cover.
When you trust the trained professionals at The Good Guys Garage Door Repair, you’re guaranteed comprehensive, cost-effective solutions that will keep your garage door in safe operational condition. Our technicians will perform the following preventive maintenance:
- Perform a safety inspection on the door as well as on the opener or operator
- Tighten lag screws, nuts, and other hardware
- Ensure the tracks are aligned, straight, and tight
- Apply lubricant to moving parts
- Inspect bottom fixtures, shafts, drums, cables, bearing plate, and spring anchor attachment.
- Remove excess debris buildup from the tracks and photo-eye sensors
- Determine if springs need to be re-tensioned
- Inspect the garage door’s spring system for signs of excessive rust or wear and tear.
Remember, a garage door makes up approximately one-third of the exterior of your house, so performing regular preventive maintenance is crucial. When in-between annual maintenance checks, observe your garage door’s daily operation and note any unusual behavior, noises, or debris buildup. Call us today to schedule your professional garage door maintenance!
ABOUT NEWCASTLE OKLAHOMA 73065
Newcastle became a dot on the map with a new post office opening on March 26, 1894, and a population of 25. The area had previously been served by the nearby William P. Leeper Post Office, which opened in 1888 but closed in 1892 after Leeper was shot in a fencing dispute. The main office was established on the Minco to Norman Road in Section 11, Township 9 North, Range 4 West. Eulalie V. Kelley was the first postmaster. In 1905, postmaster Alonzo Haun moved the facility to his general store in Section 14, Township 9 North, Range 4 West.
Newcastle lay in the Chickasaw Nation. The community’s first residents included Choctaw, Chickasaw, and individuals who had married into those tribes. Many were involved in ranching. By 1907, the community had a subscription school, a cotton gin, stores, and blacksmiths.
Changes spurred Newcastle’s growth throughout the 1920s. In 1920 the town’s post office was relocated one mile east on land donated for a public school and a church. In 1922, work started on a South Canadian River bridge. The steel thru-truss bridge with timber flooring was Oklahoma’s first federal aid project and a part of the Ozark Trail to link Oklahoma City to Amarillo, Texas. Although the trail was never fully completed, the bridge stayed. It opened on April 23, 1923, and cost $321,393.38 to build. The bridge attracted businesses and allowed for the construction of Highway 62 through Newcastle in 1927.
Until the mid-twenties, a major river ford at May Avenue was used whenever the water wasn’t too deep. Farmers from Newcastle forged the river with their horses and wagons and traveled up May Avenue to the Oklahoma City Farmer’s Market by Western and Reno. Today, only a single section of the old Newcastle Bridge remains alongside the Interstate 44 bridge after receiving significant damage during the 2013 tornado.
During World War II, Newcastle’s population stood at approximately 100. During the war, five local men died defending their country. Another was captured in the Philippines and spent over three years as a Japanese prisoner. Soon after Japan surrendered, a tornado swept through Newcastle and destroyed the school and much of the business section. The twister touched down on the evening of September 25, 1945, moving from the southwest to the northeast.
The limits of Newcastle essentially comprised the post office and school district until around 1960, when Oklahoma City began annexing vast chunks of land across the river. Incorporated on January 18, 1962, as South Newcastle, it expanded its area to some 16,000 acres. Nearby, Tuttle and Blanchard also developed to attempt to prevent Oklahoma City from trying to annex across the Canadian River. A petition to change the name to Newcastle followed in 1965.
Census records indicated a population of 1,271 in 1970, but by the mid-1970s, Oklahoma City had expanded past SW 74th Street, populating near the Interstate 44 corridor, which spurred growth in Newcastle. The population hit 3,076 in 1980 and 5,434 by 2000. In the 1980s, Newcastle annexed territory near Norman, Oklahoma (north of State Highway 9).
Oklahoma before and after expansion of Main Street / Highway 62 to 4 lanes
Cotton, ranching, and the dairy industry, once crucial to the local economy, declined with subdivisions and commercial development taking over former agricultural lands. At the end of the twentieth century, the public school system was Newcastle’s largest employer. The 2010 census recorded 7,685 residents, estimated to be over 10,000 by 2020.
In January 2019, Newcastle was ranked 36th “Best City to Live” in the United States by 24/7 Wall St., which created a weighted index of over two dozen measures to identify the best city in each state.
April 25, 1893, a massive tornado, reportedly over a mile and a quarter wide at one point, moved northeast along a 15-mile path from northwest of Newcastle through what now is part of Moore and swept away at least 30 homes. Thirty-three people were killed, with 11 people dying in one house, 6 in a second home, and 4 in a third home. This tornado was one of at least five violent tornadoes in central Oklahoma today, but the only one within the immediate Oklahoma City area. The local Norman paper reported that residents of Cleveland County were “scared… as they have never been scared before.” In addition, a “general scampering from all parts and a hunt for caves were generally inaugurated.
On May 3, 1999, the F5 1999 Bridge Creek–Moore tornado struck parts of Newcastle and destroyed several homes in the Newcastle city limits. More significant destruction occurred in Bridge Creek and Moore. This violent, long-lived tornado was the most infamous of nearly 60 tornadoes that struck central Oklahoma during an unprecedented outbreak.
On May 24, 2011, a tornado ripped through parts of Newcastle. There were an estimated 160 homes either damaged or destroyed and over 20 businesses damaged. However, there was no loss of life within the city.
On May 20, 2013, another violent tornado damaged parts of Newcastle, including the historic retired Ozark Trail Bridge, increasing as it headed north, crossing the Canadian River, and did a large amount of damage to neighboring Moore and southern Oklahoma City.
Newcastle is located at 35°14′50.82″N 97°36′.22″W (35.145082, -97.360022). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 62.5 square miles, of which 55.8 square miles is land and 6.7 square miles (6.01%) is water.
Newcastle is part of a rapidly growing area of northern McClain and Grady counties. Newcastle also is part of an area known as the “Tri-City Area” with Tuttle and Blanchard. Newcastle also serves as the largest incorporated community in McClain County.
The Newcastle School District consists of four school buildings, as well as the Newcastle Early Childhood Center (ECC)(Grades PreK-1), Newcastle Elementary School(Grades 2-5), Newcastle Middle School (Grades 6-8), and Newcastle High School (Grades 9-12). Schools are located along and just off Main Street/US Highway 62. School colors include royal blue and black, with the mascot being a “Newcastle Racer.”
Students attend classes four days a week (Monday-Thursday).