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When you have a broken spring it can be frustrating. There are many different types of garage door springs available for your garage door; When replacing a broken garage door spring, every door requires specific springs that are the correct specifications for your garage door. Torsion springs are mounted above your garage door and are common on larger garage doors. Extension springs are mounted above and stretch along the side of your track and are more common on a narrower garage door (less than 10 feet wide).
The garage door operator is what makes using our garage door such a breeze; they're also referred to as openers and ops. While having an operator, at the press of a button you have the convenience of raising and lowing your door. New garage door operators have advanced tremendously; from making them more safe to also advancing technical features. Many garage door operators can be repaired depending on the issue it is having and we carry the parts to do so.
Keeping a eye on your cables is essential to keep your garage door safe. From safety cable to extension cables, torsion cables to chain/cable driven operators. If you see a cable that has stray strands or fraying don't wait! broken cables are dangerous and most time can cause serious injury or damage, if addressed soon enough that can be prevented
Rollers on your Garage door are essential to smooth operation, rollers on a garage door are what fastens your garage door to the track, inside the track are a load bearing part, every time your garage door travels into the up right or down position the weight of the door is applied to the roller.
Any current or retired military service member receives 10% their total service price. *
Any current or retired firefighter or police officer receives 10% total service price. *
*proof of service is required to receive discount