Replacing your garage door spring is a risky and tasking job to do. You never want to meddle with anything that is under extreme amount of tension. But you just can’t let your garage door spring be left unfixed or unchanged.
There are two types of springs used on garage doors: torsion and extension springs. Torsion springs are those attached just above the closed garage door. Extension springs, on the other hand, can be found above the upper tracks of both sides of the door. Because they are “springs” by nature, they have the tendency to break if they cannot withstand the pressure anymore. The life span of any of these types of garage door springs depends on the design of your garage doors but can range from 5-10 years or even more.
Garage door springs also have different sizes, strength, and inner-outer diameter measurements. When replacing your garage door spring, one must make sure that the spring that the exact spring be used for replacement to avoid future complications.
Just to be sure, have professionals do the replacement for you!
DIY replacement of garage door springs can bring you more harm than good. So let us handle it for you and help you save the time and effort in replacing your garage door springs. We can replace your spring with the latest in the market, such as the high-cycle oil-tempered spring that can last up to 15000 – 16000 cycle.
Trinity Garage Door Service, Inc.
2424 W Tampa Bay Blvd Unit L405,
Tampa, FL 33607