GARAGE DOOR SPRING REPAIR

Schaumburg, IL

our Garage Door
Spring Repair service

Your garage door only goes halfway up and feels really heavy when you try to lift it by hand? Chances are that one or more of your garage door springs broke. A broken garage door spring is extremely dangerous as the springs are responsible for balancing and lifting your garage door. Repairing garage door springs is one of our specialties. Our technicians carry more than 100 different types of garage door springs and have the experience and knowledge to determine what spring is the best fit for your garage door. If you are having issues with your garage door springs and would like to have your old spring system removed by one of our technicians, contact us today for same-day service including the weekends.

 

What should you expect if you hire king garage
door repair to fix your garage door springs?

1. replacing both springs

If your garage door springs system has two springs we will always replace both of them, even if only one broke. This practice is crucial because a two springs system work in conjunction and a new spring will extract a stronger pressure than an old one.

2. USING HE RIGHT SPRINGS

King Garage Door Repair’s team works exclusively with reputable brands. We only use garage door springs that are built to last and made of strong materials. The springs we use have been tested to endure over 10,000 opening cycles once installed.

3. SAFETY
INSPECTION

Our technicians always perform a thorough safety inspection on your garage door before and after they start any repair or maintenance work. This helps them to check that all the parts on your garage door are in good working condition.

GARAGE DOOR SPRING REPAIR SERVICE BY KING GARAGE
DOOR REPAIR ®

garage door spring replacement

Garage door springs are categorized by number of cycles. The average number of cycles for a garage door spring is around 10,000. Your garage door spring is a very important part of its opening mechanism. A garage door opener contains a variety of small, complex parts. These parts fit together to allow the door to open or close. The springs, in particular, are often subject to considerable pressure and torsion. As a result, garage door springs may break or get damaged due to wear and tear.

Garage doors are very heavy, and this can make them dangerous. If you notice any problems opening or closing your door, you should refrain from using it until a professional has inspected it. Problems with the door may indicate that the opening mechanism is broken or faulty. If you continue to use the garage door, it may open or close unexpectedly, and this can be dangerous for anybody in the vicinity. Keep yourself and others safe and call a professional to come and have a look at the door.

We, at King Garage Door Repair have developed a number of best practice rules and guidelines for garage door spring repair. This helps our team to work as safely as efficiently on your garage door. Also, it helps us ensure that our work is consistent. Our customers know to expect a safe and professional service with us. 

What Happens When the Garage Door Springs Break?

Broken garage door springs will make you unable to open the door and make you feel the whole weight of the garage door when you try to lift it manually. The first step is to make sure that the problem lies with springs. Detecting broken springs is fairly easy, all you need to do is look at the place where your garage door springs are located and see if they are in one piece. If you see several pieces or you are starting to see that the springs are starting to break, you can be certain your garage issue lies with them.

If your garage door springs break, this can make the door dangerous to use. We recommend that you contact a professional repair company as soon as you notice the problem. We can provide spring repair and spring replacement on a same-day basis. as we operates seven days a week, with no extra charge on the weekends. Whether you have a broken torsion or extension spring, we encourage you to get in touch with certified technicians like ours to fix your garage door springs. Working with professionals means you get a better result and can prevent more problems from emerging down the road, such as snapped garage door cables or broken garage door rollers.

- quality work -

every
time.

Whether it's a weekday or weekend, you can rely on us to assist you in case of an emergency.

What Not to Do After the Garage Door Springs Break

Garage doors are heavy and can be difficult to move without mechanical assistance. Do not attempt to open or close the garage door yourself if you notice that the garage door opener has stopped working. You put yourself at considerable risk of injury if you attempt to do so. This can also further damage the garage door opener, and the heavy door may suddenly close or crash down on you.

 

The Dangers of Replacing the Garage Door Springs Yourself

It may be tempting to replace garage door springs yourself. However, springs can be dangerous. Hiring a professional to fix your door means the repair should last far longer, and you don’t need to put yourself at risk of injury.

Extension vs Torsion Springs, Which Is Better?

Extension springs are an older and more traditional garage door spring system, and while these garage door springs can do a great job supporting your garage door, torsion springs are the best choice. The reason is that torsion garage door springs are safer and can last twice as long as extension springs. You don’t have to worry if you have extension springs, since we are able to replace your current garage door spring system to torsion springs if you would like to.

 

Types of Garage Door Springs

There are two major kinds of garage door springs: Extension and Torsion.

Extension
Garage Door Springs

Extension garage door springs are one of the most common types of springs used in residential garage doors. They are also one of the most dangerous, so it's important to know how to safely install and maintain them. To prevent any injuries, safety cables must be put in place to hold them in position.Extension springs are located above the horizontal tracks on both sides of the garage door. They provide counterbalance for the weight of the door, making it easier to open and close.It is important to have your extension springs inspected regularly by a professional, as they can wear out over time and break suddenly. A broken spring can cause serious injury or even death, so it's not something to take lightly.

Torsion
Garage Door Springs

Torsion garage door springs use torsion to force the garage door open and shut. They can be used individually or in pairs. A single garage door will usually have one torsion spring. This spring is responsible for counterbalancing the weight of the door so that it can be easily opened and closed. These springs are located above the garage door opening and use torque to open and close the door. Torsion springs are generally safer than extension springs because they are not under as much tension when they snap. However, if you have a torsion spring system, it is important to have it regularly serviced by a professional to ensure that it is working properly.

Extension vs Torsion Springs, Which Is Better?

Extension springs are an older and more traditional garage door spring system, and while these garage door springs can do a great job supporting your garage door, we recommend torsion springs. The reason is that torsion garage door springs are safer and can last twice as long as extension springs. You don’t have to worry if you have extension springs, as we are able to replace your current garage door spring system to torsion springs if you wish.

why trust us as your

profesional garage door company?

Our team includes experienced and qualified technicians who know how to repair every garage door problem you can experience. We understand that having broken garage door springs is an emergency, that is why we provide same-day service every day of the week, with no extra charge on the weekends. Furthermore, we stand behind our work, that is why we also provide an extensive warranty for our repairs.

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