Garage Door Spring Repair in Austin

Your garage door’s spring is an integral component of its function—without an intact spring, the door won’t open or close properly, affecting the performance of your garage opener. However, because the spring is one of the door’s hardest-working parts, it is also more vulnerable to wear and damage over time. Due to the extremely high tension of a garage door spring, garage door spring repair should be done by a professional as there is danger to personal harm if not done properly.

We carry the right size spring for your garage and can give you a price over the phone. Most hardware stores do not carry the right size garage door spring with the standard life expectancy of 20,000 revolutions. We also offer emergency services rated springs that will last for 20 years or longer. At Advanced Garage Door, our technicians offer fast and effective garage door spring repair in Pflugerville and Austin to quickly evaluate and solve torsion and extension spring problems and restore the function of your overhead door. Call Advanced Garage Door today to schedule an appointment for your garage door spring repair.

Three Signs Your Garage Door Spring is Failing

Properly-installed extension and torsion springs should last an average of 7-9 years, depending on the frequency with which you use your garage and the weight of the garage door itself. Garage door springs carry a tension more powerful than a 12 guage shotgun! Call Advanced Garage Door today to have a new garage door spring replacement done by a professional.

  1. As the springs wear out, they can no longer support the weight of the door properly and your opener will begin having difficulty moving the door. A garage door opener that appears to be struggling to lift or lower the door may be suffering from a worn or failing spring.
  2. If your garage door appears to be crooked, either while resting on the ground or when it is open overhead, it’s time to call for garage door spring repair.
  3. Garage door springs that appear elongated, show clear separation between two or more coils, or are coated in rust should be examined and repaired by a professional.
  • Evaluate your garage door system
  • Help you save money by isolating the specific problem
  • Offer you a free estimate by phone in most cases
  • Fix your garage door system so it is like new

How Garage Door Springs Work

Your automatic garage door opens and closes at the touch of a button, offering the utmost in convenience and garage accessibility. However, garage doors can be quite heavy—it is the spring that offsets the weight of the door so your garage door opener can more easily move the door along the tracks. Knowing the type of spring your garage door uses can help you more easily spot signs of trouble and understand the factors that affect spring function. Because of the incredibly high tension of a garage door spring, garage door spring replacement is a project best left to professionals. If you are a DIY type of person, it is best to skip this project due to the high risk of personal harm.

  • Torsion springs are generally mounted directly above your garage door at the front of your garage, although they can also be mounted at the rear of the garage if there is not enough room at the front. The torsion spring balances the door so the opener uses the same amount of force to open and close the door.
  • Extension springs are generally mounted above the tracks on which your garage door moves, but they may also be mounted vertically on the walls of your garage. These springs use force to pull the door upward as it opens, offsetting the force of gravity.

By calling us at (512) 258-7878 to set up an estimate, we can help you determine if your garage door needs a simple spring fix, or if it is suffering from a more serious ailment and requires more work. With our great customer specials, you won't regret making us your first choice in garage door repair!

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