365 Garage Door Spring Repair, Fishers IN

A garage is a place originally designed to protect cars from the elements and burglars. However, it can be used for other purposes, such as a DIY workshop or even converted into a living room if necessary. No matter the case it acts as a point of entry into your home, so when this door encounters problems, your family and your property can be in danger. You must, therefore, quickly find a way to repair the damage.
A common problem with a garage door is the springs, which are one of the key elements of the garage door. They are the mechanisms that assist the opener to lift and close the door. If these components fail, it can put an immense amount of pressure on other garage door components, potentially damaging them as well.   
In the case of a broken spring, the best thing that you can do is hire a professional company that can deal with any type of garage door spring repair. 

365 Spring Repair

Our Main Practices

A garage door spring replacement requires taking many measures to ensure that you get an efficient repair. Even if your springs don’t seem damaged, you need to maintain them correctly to ensure they work properly to the end of their life cycle. Our experts examine every detail as carefully as possible to avoid further issues with your springs.  Here is an overview of all the steps we follow:

Replacing Both Springs

First, our expert professionals verify how many springs your garage door operates with – this may change depending on the size of the door. Your garage door either works with two extension springs or one-two torsion springs. In any case, we always replace both springs to prevent the door from falling off its tracks due to one spring being newer and stronger than the one we didn’t replace. Since both springs work together to lift the door, they need to both be in the same condition. ​

Using The Right Springs

An average garage door spring system lasts between five and seven years and can perform about 10,000 cycles. It should be noted that one cycle is equivalent to one opening and one closing of the door. When our technician arrives to replace the springs, he will show you the best way to maintain the spring, so that it will last longer than usual.

Safety Inspection

Before repairing the damaged garage door spring, we conduct a complete safety inspection of the whole door. We make sure that the rest of your door parts are in good condition and work as expected. This in the long run will save you money and prevent other garage door parts from breaking down as well. ​

Replacing Both Springs
First, our expert professionals verify how many springs your garage door operates with - this may change depending on the size of the door. Your garage door either works with two extension springs or one-two torsion springs. In any case, we always replace both springs to prevent the door from falling off its tracks due to one spring being newer and stronger than the one we didn’t replace. Since both springs work together to lift the door, they need to both be in the same condition.
Using the Right Springs
An average garage door spring system lasts between five and seven years and can perform about 10,000 cycles. It should be noted that one cycle is equivalent to one opening and one closing of the door. When our technician arrives to replace the springs, he will show you the best way to maintain the spring, so that it will last longer than usual.
Safety Inspection
Before repairing the damaged garage door spring, we conduct a complete safety inspection of the whole door. We make sure that the rest of your door parts are in good condition and work as expected. This in the long run will save you money and prevent other garage door parts from breaking down as well.

What Happens When the Springs Break?

A garage door spring acts as a tool that retains mechanical energy, meaning every time you open and close your door, it puts a huge burden on your springs, which causes tension. This stored pressure helps you to open the door faster next time.
There are different approaches to determine if you need a spring repair service. For example, if your door raises unequally, you may have a one broken spring. On the other hand, if your door rises up a bit and then closes back down, it probably means that both your springs are broken and that your opener is trying to open the door by itself and can’t do so.
Our team has the skill and knowledge to handle a garage door spring replacement. Moreover, we’ll show you how to maintain the springs, to ensure they last longer. We offer a seven-day-week service with trained professionals and affordable rates.

What Not to Do After the Springs Break

In case one of your springs break, don’t attempt to do any DIY repair or lift the door by yourself. Most doors are very large and deciding to open them by hand may destroy the opener gear, which can be risky for you or your family members.
Some people may decide to repair the door springs on their own. However, we don’t recommend that you do this since inappropriate fixing could result in further damage to the door.
All door components and mechanisms need to be functioning for them to operate effectively. If you don’t have enough knowledge of this kind of work, it’s safer to leave it to a certified technician.

Types of Garage Door Springs

There are two major kinds of garage door springs: Extension and Torsion. They are both efficient and attractive designs but are designed for different garage types.

Extension Springs

Extension Springs

This spring type is placed above the horizontal door track, and it works perpendicular to the door. It is strongly recommended to install security cables. In case of breakage, these cables can hold the spring in place and prevent them from flying off and hitting something valuable in the garage. 

Advantages of Extension Springs

Extension springs are considered to be safe and effective. They are more less expensive than torsion springs and don’t require much extra space since they are located on the door’s side.

Disadvantages of Extension Springs

Extension springs can fire off when they break, which may pose a safety threat to you and your property. It would be best to place a safety cable that works around the springs to prevent possible damages and accidents.

Torsion Springs

Torsion Springs

A torsion spring is a spring that’s positioned just above the garage door, and it uses energy force to raise the door. When you lift the door, the spring rotates and carries the power in its coil. These kinds of springs normally open the door at a constant pace and are more reliable.

Advantages of Torsion Springs

Torsion springs are durable, self-contained, sturdy, and reliable. They don’t place excessive pressure on your door and keep your garage secure and strong.

Disadvantages of Torsion Springs

They are high-priced and may cost you extra money to repair or replace.

Why Trust Us as Your Professional Garage Door Repair Company.

Our team includes experienced and qualified technicians who know how to repair and replace your garage door springs to ensure optimal operation and a longer lifespan. We comply with all the safety standards to get the job done efficiently. Our rates are affordable, and we use the latest innovative technologies tools to ensure customer loyalty. If you need a professional door repair company in your area, call us today.