Garage Door Springs
When garage door springs break operating your garage door can be extremely difficult. All garage doors have a counterbalance system that allows the garage door openers to open and close the door. Springs are located on the left and right side of the door or on the top. If the garage door is a rolling sectional door it will have the garage door springs located at the top, if the garage door is a tilt up door the springs will be on the sides. When springs break a loud sound is herd as the tension is released. Springs are rated on the amount of cycles that they can support or in other words how many times they can open and close your garage door before they break.
Every time you open and close you’re garage door it is considered a cycle and most springs come from the manufacturer at a rated 5000 cycle count. When replacing springs always contact a garage door professional as specialty tools are required and it involves working with high tension. Garage door spring replacement varies in price depending if it is for a one car garage or a two car garage, and the amount of springs that the garage door requires to operate properly. C&C Overhead Doors offers heavy duty spring replacement on all residential and commercial garage doors with the sole purpose of having springs that offer higher cycle counts compared to the OEM springs. When obtaining quotes for garage door spring replacement always consider what type of springs are being offered and the warranty that comes with the replacement garage door springs. We have posted a couple of pictures showing broken garage door springs and heavy duty garage door springs. Customers are encouraged to visit our google plus page to see before and after pictures of standard springs compared to heavy duty springs.