Your garage door springs shelf life is not measured by years, instead it is measured by cycles. Every time your garage door opens and closes that is counted as a complete cycle. This means the more you use your garage door, the more your garage door springs wear and tear. This can lead to your garage door breaking or not to function properly, which is a bad thing.
When your garage door springs no longer work or don’t work properly, call us. We will send a licensed and bonded professional Master Garage Door & Gates technician to help you in the blink of an eye. Call us now (800) 313-3922.
Your garage door spring can break any time, and many people think replacing it is something you can do yourself. But BEWARE – unless you know what you are doing, and have the proper tools, replacing a broken garage door spring can be very dangerous – it can cause loss of limbs or worse. A broken garage door spring is one of the most common reasons your garage door won’t open. People often think it is the garage door opener that lifts the door, when in fact, it is the springs that actually lift the door. If your garage door is not opening, chances are your spring has snapped. We use only strong replacement garage door springs in our repairs.