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Garage Door Spring Repair

Garage Door Springs act as the counter-balance system for garage doors and make it possible to open your garage door.  We have torsion and extension springs in stock on our service trucks to get your garage door back up and running in just one visit.  Garage door torsion springs mount on a pipe over the top of your garage door, When the door is activated they move in a winding motion which wraps the cables up around the drums lifting your garage door. It can be difficult to see when you have a broken torsion spring, because when they break they stay locked on the pipe and nothing immediately looks out of place.  If your garage door will not open, this could be the problem.

Garage door extension springs work in a similar way but are located on the rear hangers that hold the back of the tracks to the ceiling.  These garage door springs stretch out down the side of the track as your garage door closes.  A cable is attached from the bottom of the door, around a pulley by the front wall, around a pulley on the spring and back to the front again.  Garage door extension springs always come in a pair of springs on your garage door, one on each side, to ensure a smooth and even lift.  When replacing garage door springs you should always replace both at the same time to prevent your garage door from opening unevenly and jambing.

No matter which style of garage door spring you have, you should always have a trained professional repair them for you. NEVER under any circumstances should you remove, unbolt, loosen or otherwise touch the bottom bracket where the cable attaches to the door, as it could be under a severe amount of tension. This bracket could suddenly and violently rip away from the bottom of the door while under tension causing severe damage or bodily injury. Call us today to have one of our trained technicians repair your garage door springs as safely and quickly as possible.

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