Frequently Asked Questions

This service is generally misdiagnosed by loose cables resulting from a non-tensioned broken spring. The lifespan of cables usually matches the life of the garage door. When cables do break, a technician will measure the length of the cable to replace it with an exact match then the technician will reset the torsion system. Technicians bring all cable lengths to the job site and the service is usually completed within 1 hour.
Broken Springs, Broken Cables, Garage Door Openers, Garage Doors Off Track, Damaged Garage Door Panels, Broken Rollers, Broken Hinges and Hardware
This is the most common service done on residential garage doors. The average lifespan on garage door torsion springs are 7-10 years, and the lifetime is usually correlated to extent of the springs use. A technician measures the size of the torsion spring in order to replace it with an exact match that will balance the doors weight. Technicians bring all size springs to the job site and the service is usually completed in 1 hour.