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Torsion springs are designed to last for about 10,000 cycles, or about 10-12 years of normal use. After that, you are just waiting for an accident to happen. When a torsion spring breaks, you will often hear a loud cracking or pinging sound, but you may not notice it at all. You may simply notice that your garage door opens and closes much slower than before.
Torsion springs are the kind wound-up on a rod above the garage door opening. There are a pair of them, one on each side of …

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Garage Door Overhaul

We start by replacing your torsion springs. Torsion springs usually last around 10 years. After the 10 year mark, you are just waiting for an accident to happen. Torsion springs require specialized tools and experience to get the springs adjusted with the correct amount of tension.
Your old cables are then replaced with new galvanized steel safety cables. A 9×7 steel insulated garage door weighs on average 140 pounds. It’s important for the safety of your family to make sure you know when the last time your cables were tested and/or …

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Cable and Drum Replacement

Garage door cables are an extremely important part of your garage door system. Without them, your torsion and extension springs in your door system can wear out and become damaged. When a spring breaks it can be extremely dangerous as people are injured each year by garage door spring accidents.
The door cable acts as a safety net between your door tracks and the springs. The cables help the springs to lift and close the door to help put less tension on the springs. This helps your garage system to last longer.
Cables …