The garage door springs are one of the most (if not the most) parts in the system. They support the door’s weight, and with just one of them damaged you might not be able to get your door to work, with or without the remote.
We Can Replace Either Type Easily
No matter if your garage door has extension or torsion springs, our professional team is completely knowledgeable of both types thanks to years of experience and will be able to get them tended to before you know it! Constant daily use throughout the years will wear them down over time, and you may notice some troubles arising like your door only lifting partway then stopping, or that your door seems to fall to a close. Trying to take care of the issue yourself is far too dangerous when you don't know what you're doing, particularly with extension springs that can snap and cause a lot of harm. Our experts will be able to have the springs replaced and your door working smoothly again quickly and safely!
What's The Difference Between The Springs?
While both types of springs serve the same function, which is to store energy to power the door through creating tension, they do so in different ways. Extension springs are stretched out to make the tension, while torsion springs are instead twisted to do so. The latter type is the most preferred currently thanks to lasting much longer than extension, as being pulled to their limit each time wears them down far faster. Torsion springs are also the safest option, as the won't snap when they break and go flying to cause damage to your garage, car, or worse!
Lubrication & Adjustment Services
Aside from replacing your springs when necessary, we can also get them back in working order if they simply need some simple adjustments to get your door moving smoothly again! Lubrication is a great way to keep them functioning easily as well, and for longer. Regardless, when it comes to these vital parts, it’s always a good idea to keep them in check!