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Garage door springs are under high tension and can wear out or break over time. Replacement of broken springs is a common repair task. There are two types of springs used in garage doors: torsion springs (typically mounted above the door) and extension springs (mounted on the sides). Both types require specialized knowledge and tools to replace safely.
Garage doors operate on tracks, and if these tracks become misaligned, the door may not open or close properly. Realignment involves adjusting the tracks to ensure smooth and straight movement of the door.
Garage door rollers help the door glide along the tracks. If the rollers become worn or damaged, they can cause the door to operate unevenly or get stuck. Replacing worn-out rollers is a common repair task.
Cable Repair or Replacement:
Garage door cables are responsible for lifting and lowering the door. Over time, they can fray, become loose, or snap. Repairing or replacing damaged cables is necessary to ensure safe and reliable operation of the garage door.
Garage door openers are motorized devices that control the opening and closing of the door. If an opener malfunctions, it may need repair or replacement of components such as the motor, gears, sensors, or remote control.
The weatherstripping around the edges of the garage door helps seal the door and prevent drafts, moisture, and pests from entering the garage. When weatherstripping becomes worn or damaged, replacing it can improve insulation and keep the garage more comfortable.