Broken Garage Door Springs
Broken garage door springs can pose a danger if you attempt to fix them on your own. Unless you are a trained garage door technician, we highly recommend that you leave these repairs to the professionals. Garage door springs are built to hold the entire weight of your garage door, which means that the coils are under a great deal of tension. If you do not have the right tools and knowledge to repair your broken garage door springs, then you should be very careful about trying to fix anything, as a garage door is heavy enough to cause injury or even death. The trained technicians at AAA-1 Garage Door Repair in Loveland understand the safety concerns and know exactly how to get your garage door back in working order. Call for your free in-home consultation today.
There are two primary types of garage door springs that are used on sectional doors — torsion and side-mounted. Torsion springs are mounted on a stationary metal shaft that is located above the top of the garage door frame. Side-mounted springs are long, heavy springs that are mounted on each side of the upper garage door track. Whether your garage door uses either system, AAA-1 Garage Door Repair can work with you to get your door back to working order. If you are dealing with the frustration of a non-functioning door due to broken garage door springs, then you need to call us today and let us help you regain full function of your garage. Don’t hesitate to call our professionals for a free in-home consultation today!
If you have been experiencing difficulty with getting your garage door to open or close, or have it open or close far too quickly, then you may have a broken garage door spring. Does your door not close fully or properly? Does it leave a gap because it closes unevenly? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you need to call AAA-1 Garage Door Repair today to learn how we can help you regain full functionality of your garage door.