Broken Spring? We Can Help!

While most people would say it's the garage door opener, the springs on your garage door actually do most of the heavy lifting to move your garage door. If your garage door is suddenly not raising and lowering the way it did just a few days ago, you may have a broken garage door spring. There are a couple ways to help identify a broken spring:
1. You may have heard a loud noise in the past couple of days.
2. You have not replaced your garage door springs in the past 5 - 7 years.
3. You can examine the spring and you will clearly see that it is broken. Here are a couple examples of broken torsion springs:

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broken spring 1
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broken spring 2

You can see that the spring is still coiled, but that there is a clear break in it.

If you are in the South Florida Area and need help replacing a broken spring, call Garage Door LLC for quick, reliable service. Replacing a garage door spring on your own is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS, time consuming, and doesn't really save you an extrodinary amount of money. In most cases, replacing both springs, with labor, parts and a tune up. Most spring replacements come with a lifetime warranty.

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