Archive: May 2021
Your garage door springs should survive 10,000-20,000 cycles before they wear down and break, but when a garage door is “on the fritz,” it’s usually a spring’s fault. Attempting to repair or replace garage door springs can be a dangerous job, and it’s usually not
Is the movement of your garage door all out of whack? Does it jump up and down, have trouble moving along the tracks? Most likely, your garage door spring needs repaired or replaced. If you want to save money on garage door repair, knowing which
If you don’t give much thought to your garage door, you’re not alone. Most people take their garage doors for granted until they need to be repaired or replaced. We don’t ask you to become experts on garage door repair! That’s what we’re here for.
We live in the Golden Age of DIY, especially when it comes to garage door repair. Thanks to the Internet, there is an endless supply of instructional blogs, videos, and how-to guides that show you how to do just about anything yourself. Yet like haircuts,
It’s true that garage doors wear out overtime. No matter how well you take care of your door, eventually it will need replaced. It’s inevitable. That’s practically a law of physics when it comes to home ownership. But it’s also true that regular preventative maintenance
Garage door springs are an important part of an overhead door system. Whether you’re using an extension spring or a torsion spring, these parts help counterbalance the heavy weight of your garage door. Believe it or not, garage door springs actually do most of the
Garage door springs are an important part of your door. Their primary purpose is to counterbalance the heavy weight of your garage panel which makes it easier for you or your automatic opener to open the door. Without a functioning spring, your opener would not