Your garage door springs are one of the most important parts of your garage door, they do the heavy lifting — four times a day in most homes. Make sure that your springs are in the best condition possible, whether that means garage door spring replacement or repair.
If you are unsure if a garage door spring is broken, call Overhead Garage Doors and a professional can assess the situation over the phone and if need be, get a service technician out right away.
There are two types of garage door springs. The first, torsion springs are mounted above the garage door. The other, extension springs are mounted above the door tracks or on either side.
Many homeowners have no idea what’s involved in garage door spring replacement. Before you get started gathering estimates on the work, know that it’s best to replace both springs at the same time — even if one still appears to be operating properly. Garage door springs are designed for the same cycle rating, and they should last about the same amount of time. This means that if one’s broken, it’s only a short matter of time before the other goes. By replacing both at the same, you ensure they will work in tandem with the same capabilities, and you also ensure that you won’t need another garage door spring replacement visit shortly after your first.
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