We believe you deserve a company who understands the frustration of not being able to operate your garage door. Although, a garage door could go years without showing much signs of wear and tear, the day you least expect it, you come out only to find out your door does not work. We bring solution to your problem right at your garage door where you need it, when you need it!
Safety and maintenance tips:
- Replacing a broken spring is extremely dangerous. Make sure you do proper research before you try to do it yourself.
- Cables are connected to the torsion system of your garage door springs. When the door is in the close position, the cables are puling the bottom of the door at about 200 lb-avoid getting caught in them.
- Check for rusty spots on your door and try to keep it clean. In many homes water comes in contact with bottom of the tracks on one side or both. This is the most common rustung site on your system. Try to keep it clean and add water repelant once or twice a year according to severity of the rust. If the bottom corners of your door are rusty, it is recommended to replace them before your cable snap causing the torsion system to become undone; door won't operate.
- Have a professional or you clean and lubricate your garage door at least once a year. Rollers, hinges, chain, bearings, etc. Anywhere where you see friction metal on metal.
- Garage door openers carry low voltage but it can still be extremely dangerous. Always have a professional look at it as the first and safer option before you try it yourself.