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There are two types of springs we can install. The installation of an extension garage door spring system is done over two horizontal tracks. It usually lasts for a long time; however, there are instances when its spring will break. This is especially true if a customer doesn't schedule regular maintenance checks. Wear and tear is the top reason why most garage door springs end up breaking.
A garage door has a limited lifespan which is measured in cycles. The most common springs are capable of 10,000 cycles. One cycle is used every time the door opens and closes. Once the maximum limit is reached, your garage door spring is more likely to break. When this happens, you should not perform the extension springs repair on your own because it is dangerous—we can come in to fix the broken spring safely and effectively. Our company has a team of experts in all parts of the garage door system, so they can help you choose the right springs, take care of them, repair them, and replace them if needed.
Torsion Coil Trampoline Springs
The other type of spring is the torsion spring. A garage door with this system is usually handled by two torsion springs located at each side of the door which equally share the weight load. Again we offer full services to torsion springs and can help you ensure they are working properly, repair them if needed, and replace them when they are worn down. We can identify early warning signs of malfunction and can keep you informed on what to look out for.
Rest assured that we at Garage Door Repair Sugar Land will not cut corners nor compromise the quality of work. We will make sure that the garage door we install and maintain—including all of its parts—are of high quality and will last you a long time.