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Get your answers here! We reply to all your questions about garage door problems and ways to deal with them
What if the garage door will not open?
Checking the springs on the garage door is the first thing you must do. Next is to determine if your slide lock has been engaged or trolley lock has been disengaged. Then, check the cables. Finally, see if there is power supply to the motor. Our professionals can facilitate any repair work.
Which is the best direction to put my garage door?
You will have to consider the positioning of your property using the advice from our technicians. As a rule of thumb, facing the main road is advantageous because it allows you easy access and egress. On the other hand you also have to avoid the harshest part of the weather.
My spring isn’t broken but seems to lack tension. Can something be done?
Our experts can do something about the lack of tension your springs may be experiencing. We can turn your spring a few times and rebalance your door in order to make sure your door works properly again.
What is the average lifespan of a garage door spring?
On average, the lifespan of a spring is 10,000 cycles. One cycle is described as when your door opens and closes once. Our experts say that this amount of cycles should last you around 8 to 12 years.