High Cycle Springs
Our crew specializes in replacing garage door springs. Without proper working springs, your door will refuse to open or close properly. Garage door springs are constantly under pressure and can break hands and fingers if not serviced properly. It is important to call a garage door specialist to service or replace your springs so no one is injured and further damage to your garage door and other parts is minimized. Our best practice is to replace both of your garage door springs upon visiting to insure the second does not break shortly after.
If one of these springs breaks or loses proper tension, the cables holding each section of your garage door to the pulley may become slack; because these springs aren’t always visible to the naked eye, depending upon your door’s design, it may actually appear as though one or more cables are broken. Ask about our high cycle springs that come with a lifetime warranty, or learn more by reading our latest news post Signs of a Broken Garage Door Spring.