King Garage Door Cable Repair, Schaumburg, IL

The garage door cables together with the springs are the systems that are responsible to lift the garage door by pulling it up and by counterbalancing its weight. When the garage door cables snap or get tangle, you can no longer open the garage door. Having a garage door cable issue is an emergency that needs to be taken care of immediately. Our professional technicians work 7-days a week to ensure you will receive same-day service once you reach us.

Garage Door Cable Issues

There are several reasons why your garage door cable has issues. First and foremost, old cables. Over time, rust starts to build on the metal cables, which causes them to break. You can also get jammed cables when the wire comes off the pulley. In that case, it requires the unwound cables to be pulled out and properly put back in place.

If you have broken garage door cables, there are ways you can tell. Your garage door may start to shake during operation, resulting from a misalignment of the door. The lift system may also make loud noises when the door opens and closes.

Keep in mind cable replacement requires extensive knowledge, professional experience, and the right tools for the job. King Garage Door Repair has you covered. We use certified technicians with years of training. If your cable has any issues, we work to solve the problems.

Garage Door Rusted Cables

Rusted Cables

Over time, rust starts to build on the metal cables as a result of moister building up on the cables, which causes them to break.

Frayed garage door cables

Frayed Cables

Due to the tension the lift cables need to handle on a daily basis, wear and tear problems are inevitable. If your garage door cables look similar to the ones in this picture you should reach a professional as soon as possible, because this type of replacement is why simpler than having snapped cables.

Jammed Cables

A jammed cable system is less common but it does happen. If you notice the door having a hard time opening, check out your garage door cables and check if maybe they're jammed and/or unwound. This issue may look simple to fix, but it can be very dangerous. we recommend you to contact a professional to take care of it.

Types of Cables and Uses

Each garage door uses different types of cables, depending on the situation. There are two in particular – lift and retaining cables. Each of them has other functions.

Lift Cables

A lift cable is what opens the garage door for you. These cables connect the spring system to the garage door. Broken lift cables are easy to spot since it causes the door to move out of place. We can replace these types of cables with a brand new one if they snapped, or repair the one you have if they just got tangled.

Retaining Cable

If you have an extension spring system, you must have retaining cables for your own safety. These cables work as a safety mechanism that prevents the extension springs from scattering if they break.

Why Trust Us as Your Professional Garage Door Repair Company?

We at King Garage Door Repair have more than a decade of experience in repairing and replacing garage door cables. We would always recommend the option that is more suitable for your situation, and we will do our best to repair any issue you may have as quickly as possible. Our team of professional technicians work 7-days a week to ensure we can provide you same-day service for any garage issue you may encounter. So call us today to receive same-day visit from one of our expert techs.