Our skilled technicians have a deep understanding of different types of springs, including torsion springs and extension springs and can provide expert solutions customized to meet your unique requirements. With our expertise in spring garage doors, we offer a comprehensive range of services such as spring replacement, repair, Maintenance and emergency services.
Replacement garage door spring, Winding bars, Adjustable wrench, C clamps, socket wrench set, Safety glasses and gloves.
For garage door springs, there are two primary varieties. springs in torsion and extension. Determine the kind of spring that has to be changed.
Once the tension is released, use a socket wrench to loosen and remove the set screws on the winding cone. Slide the old spring off the torsion tube and take it out carefully.
Disconnect the power to the garage door opener to ensure it cannot be activated during the installation process. Wear safety glasses and gloves to protect yourself from potential accidents.
If you're replacing an existing spring, use winding bars to release tension on the old spring. Insert the winding bars into the winding cone and carefully unwind the spring.
Slide the new spring onto the torsion tube. Wind the spring using winding bars in the opposite direction of the unwinding process for the old spring. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the number of turns needed.
Test the tension by lifting the garage door manually. The door should stay in place when lifted halfway and should not slam shut when released.
Once the new spring is wound, secure it by tightening the set screws on the winding cone. Make sure they are safely and evenly adjusted.
If you disconnected the power to the garage door opener, reconnect it. Test the door's operation using the opener to ensure it works smoothly and then check the safety cable installation.
Open and close the garage door several times to ensure that the spring is properly balanced and the door functions without a hitch. Call us at any time.