A Broken Garage Door Spring Is a Common Repair & Maintenance Item
If your garage door has ever stopped working, one of the causes might have been a broken or snapped garage door spring.
How to Know if Your Garage Door Spring Needs Repair/Replacement
First of all, please be careful. A garage door spring holds tremendous amounts of energy–just think, your garage door spring aids in lifting your garage door (hundreds of pounds) to a height of about 7 feet off the ground. That’s a lot of stored energy. If you think your spring is broken, please stay back, and call us–the call is free.
Now, with a broken garage door spring, you are probably going to know it because your garage door might make a racket if you try to raise or lower it. Also, when a garage door spring snaps, it makes a lot of noise. Alternatively, your door spring might simply be worn out–they are not meant to last forever. It’s normal for garage door springs to become worn down after continued use of opening and closing of your garage door.
When the spring can no longer take the pressure and weight of your door, the spring will snap. However, there is no need to worry because the experts at At R&Y Garage Door can easily repair or replace your garage door spring in a professional and timely manner.
For quick and efficient garage door spring replacement, contact us today!