Garage Door Springs

Garage Door Springs

Garage door springs are built to last for as long as they can, but like any component that operates under constant duress, they have a finite lifespan. Click here to learn more about our spring replacement services.

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Garage Door Openers

Garage Door Openers

Superb garage door opener services by specialists with experience in Liftmaster and Genie systems

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Garage Door Repair Service

Garage Door Repair Service

No matter what type of problem you're having with your garage door, our team of experts will be more than happy to take care of it. Learn more here.

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Why Should You Hire a Local Service?

Fast Spring Replacement


When a spring breaks, the automatic garage door gets stuck. The opener won’t be able to lift it. Manual opening will require several strong men and pose a risk of greater damage. That is why quick spring replacement is essential. It’s more than just removing the broken pieces and installing and adjusting the new component. The choice of spring is extremely important for the functioning of the door. The new component has to be large and thick enough to match the door’s size and weight. The cycle life shows how long it will last for. A torsion spring should be able to make at least 10,000 cycles and preferably 15,000 while the minimum requirement for an extension one is 5,000 cycles and the preferable option is 10,000.Why Should You Hire a Local Service?

New Opener Installation


The useful life of a modern opener ranges from seven to twelve years on average depending on factors like operation frequency and maintenance. When the time for replacement comes, the new system should be chosen with great care. The chain drive units are very strong, durable and reliable. The belt drive devices make the least amount of noise while the screw drive ones are very quick to open the door and have lower risk of failure due to the smaller number of components. It pays off to consider all brands available not only locally, but nationally too. The installation starts with mounting the motor unit. The next step involves setting up the rail and the drive and connecting them to the door with the trolley and moving arm.

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