CAUTION: Garage Door Torsion Springs are EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.
What’s entailed when replacing garage door springs? Can I do it myself?
Replacing garage door springs can be very dangerous if you’re not a skilled professional. For this reason, Garage Door Medics does not sell garage door torsion springs to the general public. Installing the wrong type of spring can add unnecessary wear and tear on your opener. There are also various steps involved with making sure they are properly installed as well as counterbalancing your door.
The Garage Door Medics are trained professionals that have done hundreds of thousands of spring repairs and although we appreciate our customer’s need to understand how garage door springs function, the last thing we want is for someone to get injured.
Let us explain the dangers and details of Garage Door Springs so that you can make the best decision for you and your family. Why do garage door springs need to be serviced by a trained professional? One word – SAFETY! For most Americans, a garage door is the largest moving object in the home. Garage doors are both large and extremely heavy. This means that not only are they incredibly difficult to lift, but when installed incorrectly can come crashing down with unbelievable, deadly force.
The garage door springs that help the doors open are under extreme pressure and can release enough power to severely injure or even kill someone. Specific tools and training are needed when dealing with these springs.
There are plenty of other jobs around your place that are perfect for the weekend warrior, but installing new garage door springs is not one of them. You want them installed correctly, functioning safely and smoothly, and you want it done right the first time.
Let Garage Door Medics replace your springs quickly and safely today.
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