Reasonably-priced garage door repair and installation in Sacramento
1099 stewart rd Sacramento, CA 95684

Roseville Garage Door Service – Residential & Commercial

Here at Sac’s Garage Door Repair Company, we proudly service overhead doors across Roseville and the Greater Sacramento area. If you’re looking for professional garage door service for a residential or commercial garage, then you’re in the right spot. We’ve helped thousands of garage owners across Sacramento and we’d love for you to join our roster of happy customers today.

Whether you have a broken garage door or you’d just like a safety inspection or maintenance tune-up, we can help. Your garage door is an important part of your home or business in Roseville. What would you do if it stopped working? You might have troubles getting your vehicle out for work or it could impact your businesses bottom line.  No matter what type of garage door you have, our experienced technicians can help you get it working like brand new.

Our services include garage door spring repair, new garage door installation, and much more.

All our technicians are certified and insured and all repairs are backed by our 100% guarantee.

Roseville Locksmith Services

Few things are more important than having working locks on your home, business, and vehicles. If you want to upgrade your locks or you’ve been locked out, contact us today. We can schedule an appointment at a time that is most convenient for you. We also offer 24 / 7 emergency service for urgent lock issues.

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Garage Door Spring Repair: Why You Should Replace Both

Rarely will a broken garage door spring occur without your second spring breaking shortly after. The reason? The springs on your garage door are rated to last a certain number of open and close cycles before wearing out. You can usually calculate the remaining lifespan of your spring if you estimate the number of times you’ve opened the door and compare it to the manufacturer’s rating. For example, some torsion springs are rated to last 10,000 cycles, which equals about 14 years’ lifespan if you operate the door twice a day. If one of your springs breaks and you’ve used them for a considerable amount of time, you can save money on your by replacing both at once, rather than paying for another maintenance call when the second one breaks shortly after.