Garage door springs vary. They vary in terms of components, function, safety, and brand. They also differ depending on whether they are intended for a one-piece, sectional, or rollup garage door. The most important distinction? Read More
There is often a confusion about the way garage doors open and close. Many people are under the impression that the door goes up and down thanks to the opener. Although this is partial true, it’s not the whole truth. Garage door openers provide the electric power to make these huge panels move. But they wouldn’t be able to move the door without some ‘muscle’ power too. Garage door springs come to fill that void. And so when springs break, the door won’t move – unless you are Goliath.
Many people do not realize it, but it takes a lot of work and dedication to keep a garage door running strong for a long time. That’s why it’s your job as a garage door owner to keep track of your garage door. You can accomplish this by always hiring professional service technicians to handle maintenance of your garage door. You can help even more by performing your own inspections. The goal here is to inform you of what you can do to help with the servicing of garage door springs. Read More
Do you know which garage door spring is right for you? Don’t hurry to answer. Think of how much you know about springs. Think of whether or not you know how much your garage door weighs. Consider if you have replaced the door but not the spring. And finally think of how often you open and close the door. All the above matters when you are trying to decide about springs.