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Garage Door Springs Anaheim

Garage Doors Spring RepairGarage door springs are considered the most important part of the garage door system, as they are entrusted to do the bulk of the heavy lifting when it comes to enduring and absorbing a garage door’s weight and tension, as it opens and closes multiple times throughout the day. For those who live in cities like Anaheim, whose economy is mainly based on tourism, having a perfectly functioning garage door is crucial when so many outsiders are constantly coming and going through your town.

If your garage door springs are working perfectly, you should not hear much noise at all from the door. The occasional small squeak or squeal is not necessarily a cause for alarm, and all you may need to do to remedy this problem is lubricate your garage door springs.

However, when you begin to hear undesirable sounds coming from your garage door, it may be a sign that a spring is worn to the point of nearing a break, or that your springs are out of balance.

Consulting an experienced garage door repair professional is highly recommended, since broken spring repair can be an extremely dangerous procedure that may require working with electricity, as well as both heavy and sharp objects.

Types of Garage Door Springs

  • Torsion Springs – Torsion springs work together, evenly distributing the weight of the garage door to lower and raise it, while taking less pressure off one another in the process. This tandem operation offers more control over the garage door.
  • Extension Springs – Extension springs are designed to take less workload off the opener over the course of opening and closing. However, extension springs work counter to each other which causes wobbling and uneven wear on the rest of the garage door system.

If you are in need of broken garage door spring replacement, consider an investment in torsion springs.

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