Garage Door Springs

Garage Door Springs

The best team for garage door spring adjustment and replacement! We are efficient and quick

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Garage Door Opener

Garage Door Opener

Efficiency in all services related to electric garage door openers! We're specialists and guarantee safety

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Garage Door Remote Clicker

Garage Door Remote Clicker

Is your garage door clicker broken? No worries! We replace them fast

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F.A.Q

The contributors to these FAQs are experts. You can get the right information here. 

  • Should I replace my springs myself?

    Even for the technically-savvy and experienced DIY people out there, independent spring replacement is not recommended. Working with springs can be difficult and often leads to serious injuries or damages if you don’t know what you are doing. Avoid putting yourself in risk by doing it yourself and get a pro to do the job safely.

  • What if I miss my scheduled maintenance service?

    If you miss a scheduled maintenance service, you should not worry too much. Just make it a point to reschedule as soon as possible. The following scheduled dates would either adjust or still follow. The important thing is that you regularly keep your garage door maintained.

  • Are garage door tracks prone to bending?

    The tracks should not bend with proper use according to our experts. However, the thinner models can get bent even in case of an impact which is not particularly heavy. That is why it pays off to invest in thicker and stronger tracks.

  • Why must I avoid nylon rollers?

    Nylon garage door rollers are excellent for smooth and quiet operation but they are damaged very fast and you'll need to replace them faster. It's best to choose stainless steel rollers and stems, which will last for over 20 years and are practically best for heavy doors.

  • Which extension springs must I get?

    Choose extension springs for garage doors depending on the weight/size of the door. Measure the springs with the coils compressed and without calculating the end part! If you get shorter or longer springs, you might need to replace the cables according to Garage Door Repair Culver City.

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