Are Your Garage Door Springs Broken?
One of the most common issues we get calls for is broken garage door springs. Springs can break, snap, or sever for a number of reasons. Most commonly it's just wear and tear. All torsion springs are rated for a specific number of uses after which they may no longer be capable of lifting the load. Rust is another factor that along with undersized, or single-spring systems, may lead to premature failure of a torsion spring.
Some overhead door systems will have a release cord by which you can detach your door from the central track (chain or belt) and it will then slide up and down freely in the side tracks. This would allow you to still use your door while waiting for it to be repaired. If you need help locating this or just want to discuss what happened or what you're seeing then please give us a call during business hours and we'd be happy to help. We know being unable to use your overhead garage door can be frustrating and we're here to remedy that for you.
Whatever your specific situation with your broken garage door spring is, don't worry, because we can get out there quickly with the right tools and parts to safely, and econonomically, get your door working again.
- High life-cycle large springs
- Each spring is replaced (avoid additional service calls)
- All work guaranteed
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