Renton Garage Doors | Renton, Washington
Although Renton, WA was once known for it's booming factories, manufacturing and engineering, the residents of Renton are too busy applying their skills in the workplace to focus on having to repair their own garage door. That's why Renton Garage Doors is who you will want to call for all of your garage door needs. With our highly skilled technicians, we can take care of every garage door issue that you may encounter; from garage door repairs and maintenance to garage door springs, Renton Garage Doors has you covered.
Not having issues with your garage door? We can also update your garage door opener, and install or update other parts to your garage door, such as an open indication monitor; the photoelectric eyes, and much more. Renton Garage Doors is your one stop shop for all of your garage door needs.
Call Renton Garage Doors today for garage door repairs and more!
(800) 347 - 0182
Renton is a bustling city with a lot going on. With so many things happening around you do you really want to be stuck at home trying to figure out how to repair your garage door? Renton Garage Doors is here to help the residents of Renton with any and all garage door issues. Our technicians can come out today and take a look to make sure that your garage door is working properly. Anything from simple garage door maintenance to re-aligning the garage door tracks are things we can help with.
Call Renton Garage Doors for all of your garage door repairs!
(800) 347 - 0182
Fun Facts about Renton, WA
- Jimi Hendrix currently resides at Renton's Greenwood Cemetary.
- Tim Lincecum of MLB San Francisco Giants fame attended Liberty High School in Renton, WA.
- Clint Eastwood was a lifegard for many years at Renton's Kennydale Beach.
- Alice in Chains drummer Sean Kinney grew up in Renton, WA.
- More than ten percent of Renton, WA residents are employed by Boeing.
- 40% of all commercial air craft are assembled in Renton, WA.
- The first IKEA in the Pacific Northwest was opened in Renton, WA.
- In the 1970s, the Renton Chronicle declared Renton, WA the jet capital of the world.