Broken Garage Door Spring Replacement in Phoenix
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The most typical garage door repair we encounter is a damaged garage door spring. Most garage door springs are rated for 10,000 cycles up and down. Springs are subjected to continual high stress and are prone to failure over time. Unfortunately, the garage door spring always seems to fail at the most inopportune moment.
A garage door is a type of door that is used to Spring is one of those things that you probably don’t give much thought to. That is until it breaks and you’re stranded in the garage with a door that won’t open and a car that won’t drive you to work.
One of the most difficult and hazardous repairs you can make is replacing your garage door springs. Calling a professional like us Arizona Garage Door Guru for broken spring replacement in Phoenix and Peoria is safer and easier. Arizona Garage Door Guru can swiftly and safely repair your garage door spring with our skilled and certified personnel.
Depending on the manufacturer and when the door was built, each garage door has a distinct set of springs. We specialize in changing the following three types of springs:
Torsion Springs: Torsion springs raise the weight of roll-up garage doors, which are then opened by a manual or automatic opener. Depending on how many times you open and close your door each day, the springs should last seven to ten years.
One or two torsion springs are generally used to balance the weight of garage doors. Even if one spring breaks, the garage door will remain erect with two springs.
Extension Springs: Extension springs are used in one-piece garage doors to make lifting the door simpler. One or two extension springs are required on each side of these garage doors.
Wayne Dalton’s TorqueMaster: If your house is brand new, it may feature a TorqueMaster spring system that assists in the lifting of your roll-up garage doors. One or two springs inside the shaft run the mechanism, and they generally last five to ten years. Due to the short lifespan of TorqueMaster systems, Door Pros may change your garage door to a classic torsion spring system for longer life.
How can I know if my garage door spring is broken and how much will the repair cost?
The fact that your garage door won’t open correctly is your first sign. The door may attempt to open, but may struggle and only open partially. Many people assume the problem is with their residential garage door opener, but it might be a damaged spring. Look out the window of your garage to see whether this is the case. Look for the shaft above the garage. If the springs are conventional torsion springs, at least one black coil, or spring, will be visible. Two springs, one on each side, might be present. If the coil has a gap or split in it, it is broken and has to be replaced.
If you have two springs, we strongly advise changing both at the same time, as they are both ‘wear components’ (similar to how you wouldn’t repair the left brake just and not the right brake on your automobile). Unless you have a unique scenario, replacing a broken garage door spring is generally a fast operation that takes no more than half an hour. The cost of replacing garage door springs ranges from $150 to $300, depending on the quantity (one or two) and size of your springs. If your family uses the garage door as the primary entrance to your house, we can install high-cycle springs, which cost a little more but last longer.
Please do not attempt to repair a broken spring yourself. Springs are particularly dangerous since they are under a lot of strain. Adjusting, installing, or repairing a damaged garage door spring should only be attempted by trained technicians. We have the knowledge and experience at Arizona Garage Door Guru to get the job done correctly the first time. Steel springs of the finest grade are used.
When you need a spring changed, we can typically have you back up and running smoothly and safely the same day or the following day. Make us your first and only contact for garage door torsion spring repair in Arizona. Call us at (602) 540-9893 right now!
Garage Door Spring Replacement
Arizona Garage Door Guru specializes in broken spring replacement in Anthem, Avondale, Buckeye, Carefree, Cave Creek, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, and Scottsdale. Every day, all springs are subjected to high strain. They need to be replaced regularly, and it’s one of the most common reasons your car gets stuck in your garage. Attempting to repair it yourself necessitates the proper equipment, knowledge, and a significant amount of time; however, this is not the case with Arizona Garage Door Guru. We have the experience and understanding to replace your springs in less than an hour.
When you call us regarding broken spring replacement, one of our skilled experts will arrive promptly to assess the situation. We provide a variety of springs and arrive with the appropriate personnel to replace any damaged spring.
Working with Arizona Garage Door Guru for broken spring replacement means getting the best customer service possible. We pride ourselves on our more than 30 years of industry experience and a large base of satisfied customers. Our technicians always arrive at every job with a positive attitude and the equipment needed to fix or replace your garage door.
If you need broken spring replacement services in Anthem, Avondale, Buckeye, Carefree, Cave Creek, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, and Scottsdale, contact Arizona Garage Door Guru today. We’ll help fix your spring and get your garage door working in an hour or less.
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