If your garage door won’t open, it is most likely that one or both of your garage door springs have broken. If so, you may have heard a loud noise when the springs broke resulting in a need for garage door spring repair or replacement service, new torsion springs, or new extension springs. Garage door springs handle heavy tension and torque, making them quite dangerous to work on. 5280 Garage Doors’ technicians are experienced professionals that have the knowledge and proper tools to replace your garage door springs safely and correctly. Contact us to request service.
Garage Door Spring Lifespan
Garage door springs are manufactured for a 10,000-cycle life expectancy. A cycle represents one instance of your garage door opening and closing. In most cases, even if only one spring is broken, your garage door will still not open completely until both springs are replaced. At 5280 Garage Doors, we replace both springs simultaneously to deliver more value for your money and help you avoid an additional service call due to a soon-to-be repeated problem with your other spring.
Cost to Replace Garage Door Springs
The cost to replace a garage door spring set depends on the size, weight, and type of garage door you have. At 5280 Garage Doors, we take the time to evaluate the proper spring size for the weight and size of your specific door. It’s vital that the proper spring size is used on your door for optimum performance and life expectancy. We will provide you with your new spring estimate prior to replacement.