The function of your garage door springs is to lift the door when you manually open it or when you press the button on the remote or wall. Below are some of the symptoms of a broken garage door spring that will alert you to the problem so you can tell your garage door company what’s happening when you call them about repairs.
It’s crucial that you don’t attempt to repair broken garage door springs yourself. Over 20,000 injuries occur each year from people who aren’t qualified attempting to fix their own garage doors. Please keep yourself and your family safe and rely on a professional to get the job done.
The following signs will tell you that you need a garage door spring replacement.
• Garage door won’t open. If you press the button on your garage door opener and it doesn’t open, this is a sign that one of your garage door springs is broken. The function of the springs is to lift the garage door, so if you press the button and it doesn’t open or if you attempt to open it manually and it won’t go up, there’s a good chance one or both of the springs are broken.
• Springs are visibly broken. Another way to be certain that your garage door springs are broken is to look at them. The springs are visible in your garage door system, and you’ll be able to tell if they’re broken. If you’re having issues with your garage door opener, check out the springs.
If you suspect that your garage door springs are broken, contact Precision Door of Delaware. Precision Door carries a large inventory of springs and keeps our trucks stocked so they can accommodate customers as soon as possible.
Because both of your springs were installed at the same time, if one breaks, it’s likely that the life span of the other one is up too. Precision Door will replace both of your springs at the same time.
When replacing your springs, Precision Door uses their own brand of high-quality, high-grade steel springs coated in weather-resistant powder to prevent corrosion and friction. Normal springs last 5,000 to 10,000 cycles, or opening and closing of the garage door, but Precision Door springs last for 25,000 to 50,000 cycles.
Before replacing your garage door springs, Precision Door will perform a safety inspection of your garage door system. This allows the certified technicians to make sure that everything is working properly before the springs are installed. They check that everything meets safety standards and is in good condition. This can prevent potential injuries and damage that could occur from broken or worn parts.
Precision Door of Delaware is dedicated to providing quality service and products to all of their customers. From garage door repairs to new garage door installations to emergency services, Precision Door is there for all of your garage door needs. Click here to contact Precision Door.