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Garage Door Springs Repair

One of the most common services we perform at Garage Door Repair Edmonton is broken spring repair. Your home’s overhead door relies on springs to balance the weight of the door every time it opens and closes. While high quality springs may last for years at a time, they will not last forever. Eventually you will need to contact us for garage door springs repair in Edmonton, AB.

How Do Torsion Springs Work?

The frame of an overhead door needs to remain perfectly balanced as it slides open and shut. Torsion springs are the components that keep the door in check as this happens, keeping the door’s weight from forcing it snap shut with all of its weight. As a result, torsion spring repair becomes necessary. Let us fix the spring today to avoid the hassle and dangers of broken springs.

How To Save Money With Garage Door Spring Repair

Since broken springs cause the entire door to become inoperable, it is preferable to maintain and replace the springs before the system fails entirely. To do this, you need to be on the lookout for signs of imminent spring failure or have one of our licensed inspectors in Edmonton, Alberta examine your door annually.

When you have us conduct torsion & extension springs service at your home in this way, you can be assured that your door remains in excellent condition for years to come without experiencing the unwelcome surprise of having the door suddenly fail to function. Garage door spring replacement is much easier and faster to perform when the door is still functioning.

What Symptoms To Look Out For

A telltale sign of spring damage is a doorframe that appears crooked or lopsided when it is opening or closing. This, especially when accompanied by snapping or scraping sounds, indicates that one of the springs is dangerously close to failure. The door’s weight will continue to shift and favor the bad spring until it cannot take the stress any longer. You should have us fix the door without delay—call immediately for garage door springs repair Edmonton service.