GARAGE DOOR SPRING REPAIR SCHAUMBURG, IL
Our Repair & Replacement Service
Does 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 springs broke. A broken part is extremely dangerous as the springs are responsible for balancing and lifting the full weight of your garage door.
Our technicians carry more than 100 different types of springs and have the experience and knowledge to determine which type is the best fit for your system.
If you would like to have your old parts upgraded by one of our technicians, contact us today for same-day service including the weekends.
(847) 796 8277
What Should You Expect If You Hire Our Company To Do Garage Spring Repair For You?
1. REPLACING BOTH SPRINGS
2. USING THE RIGHT PARTS
3. SAFETY INSPECTION
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Garage door springs are categorized by a number of cycles. The average number of cycles is around 10,000.
A motor contains a variety of small, complex parts, each one a crucial part of the motor’s opening mechanism. 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, these 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.
Broken parts will result in your garage door opening or closing 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.
Our company has developed a number of best practice rules and guidelines for our technicians to follow. This helps our team to work as safely and efficiently, as well as maintain a consistent quality service. Our customers know to expect safe and professional service from us.
What Happens When Springs Break?
Broken springs will make you unable to open the door and make you feel the whole weight of the door when you try to lift it manually. A broken spring can make it very dangerous to use your garage. Fortunately, this is fairly easily detected, as you can identify a broken spring if it’s cracked, or broken into several parts. If you notice any breakage, this can make the door dangerous to use. We recommend that you contact a professional technician as soon as you notice the problem.
We provide same-day service, as we operate seven days a week, with no extra charge on the weekends. Contact our certified technicians for a garage door spring repair cost estimate.
Working with professionals means you get a better result and can prevent more problems from emerging down the road, such as snapped cables or other broken parts, which can be dangerous and costly in the long run.
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What To Avoid if a Spring Breaks
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 motor has stopped working.
You put yourself at considerable risk of injury if you attempt to do so. This can also further damage the motor, and the heavy door may suddenly close or crash down on you.
The Dangers of Replacing the Garage Door Springs Yourself
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Simply give us a call at (847) 796 8277 to schedule an appointment with one of our technicians.
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 vs Torsion: Which Is Better?
Extension springs are an older and more traditional system, and while these designs can do a great job supporting your garage door, we recommend torsion. The reason is that torsion springs are safer and can last twice as long as extension springs. If you would like to upgrade your system, we offer garage door torsion spring replacement.
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