How to Replace a Broken Garage Door Spring
Garage doors rely on strong springs to function correctly. The springs help the garage door raise and lower. When the door is lowered, the springs are tense. When it is raised, they release tension. If your garage door isn’t working right, the problem could be a broken garage door spring. The typical fix for this problem is a spring replacement.
Most homeowners aren’t comfortable replacing their own broken garage door springs, so they call garage door repair technicians to do the job for them.
If you’re interested in replacing a broken spring yourself, you should learn as much as possible before completing the job. Take a look at several videos like the one posted on this page. You should be aware of the potential dangers of working with garage door springs and the complexities of the job. For example, you may need power tools like an impact driver to do the job right.
In the video, different types of garage door springs are mentioned. The springs are rated based on how many times they can raise and lower the garage door. Most springs are rated for 10,000 uses, but you can get springs that have higher usage ratings.