Identifying A Broken Spring

Replacing garage door springs is a common problem that we come across.  Springs can wear out due to a number of reasons, including daily wear-and-tear. 

One of the signs that the problem you are facing is a broken spring is that the garage door will not open even when you try to do so manually.  This is because the spring plays an important function in carrying a lot of the weight of the garage door.  Without the spring to lift the wieght of the garage door, moving the garage door manually can feel virtually impossible.

Another way to identify that you have a broken garage door spring is simply to take a look at the spring.  Broken springs can be pretty obvious because the spring can break completely in half.  The spring is located either along the top of your garage door, or along the sides.

Replacing a spring can take anywhere between 45 minutes to an hour and a half, depending on the type of job. 

Garage door owners should remember that replacing a spring can be dangerous work, which is why having a trained professional deal with the problem may be the safest of options.

Emergency Services

At LGD Garage Doors we care about quality and customer satisfaction:
  1. Garage Door Maintenance
  2. Broken Spring Repair
  3. Garage Opener Fixing
  4. Garage Spring Adjustment
  5. Garage Track Replacement
  6. Remote Control Fixing
  7. Torsion Spring Replacement

Garage Door Openers

We can repair almost any residential garage door you show us:

  • Liftmaster

  • Stanley

  • Genie

  • Chamberlain