Acworth and Woodstock Torsion Spring Repair
Do you have broken torsion springs? Torsion springs will only open and close a garage door a certain number of times before the coil breaks. Each time the door opens and closes represents 1 life cycle for a garage door spring. The industry standard for engineering torsion springs is 10,000 life cycles. On average that means your garage door springs will break every 10-15 years with regular use. Many inexperienced people have been injured while trying to replace a torsion spring. Never try to fix torsion springs unless you have been properly trained. At CSS Garage Doors we stock springs engineered to last longer than industry standard. In fact our torsion springs should last 30% longer for the average garage door. Garage door springs usually break when the door is closed, which often leaves your car stuck in the garage creating a major inconvenience. All of our employees have a large stock of springs which allows them to repair most any garage door spring on site immediately. That means you will be able to get back to your life more quickly. If you have broken torsion springs call CSS Garage Doors immediately and we will get your garage door fixed ASAP! We service Acworth, Woodstock, Kennesaw, Marietta, and Canton, Ga.
Woodstock and Acworth Extension Spring Replacement
Many small garage doors have extension springs while all double sized doors should have torsion springs. Extension springs mount on the back of the track that is horizontal to the ceiling. When the garage door closes extension springs stretch along the length of the tracks. Extension spring systems require pulleys and cables to work properly. Each spring operates independently of the other spring, allowing the door to tilt from side to side. When an extension spring breaks it retracts violently often damaging other parts of the garage door system. Extension springs usually last 10-15 years like torsion springs. When one extension spring breaks it is best to replace both springs or the garage door will be off balance. When replacing extension springs it is also recommended to replace the pulleys and cables. Extension springs are dangerous to work on for the untrained individual and for that reason it is best to have them replaced by a garage door professional. Call CSS Garage Doors today for fast and professional extension spring replacement in Acworth, Woodstock, Kennesaw, Marietta, and Canton, Ga.
Broken TorqueMaster Springs in Acworth and Woodstock
The TorqueMaster spring system has long skinny torsion springs mounted inside a tube above the garage door. TorqueMaster springs are not individually replaceable thus requiring a garage door repairman to convert the springs to a standardized system. Converting TorqueMaster springs to a standardized spring system is more expensive than the average spring replacement because more parts are required. Most people don’t know that they have a broken TorqueMaster spring because it is hidden inside a tube. The best way to check if your spring is broken is by lifting the garage door manually. A properly functioning garage door should be very easy to lift. If the door is unusually heavy to lift than you most likely have a broken spring. Never use your electric opener when you know a spring is broken. Opening a broken garage door with an electric opener will only cause more damage to your garage door and opener. Call CSS Garage Doors today and we will replace your broken TorqueMaster springs for an affordable price. We gladly service Acworth, Woodstock, Kennesaw, Marietta, and Canton, Ga.
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