How to Replace a Broken Spring

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How to Replace a Broken Spring If you’ve seen any videos about the amount of tension in these springs, you know that it’s vital we do professional work on it so as not to risk injuring yourself.

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While we do recommend learning basic garage door maintenance, this would count as an advanced task and is unadvised for an amateur to attempt alone and unsupervised pain. How we repair

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Dismantle the Spring The first step that we take when we are replacing broken torsion springs is to remove the old one. This is by far the most important and dangerous step of the process. Safely and securely removing the tight spring is where most injuries happen.

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Setting Up The Spring Next we will check the integrity of the door and the rail before installing the new spring. We connect the appropriate sections for the spring and ensure the spring is securely attached.

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Test the Set Up Once the installation is complete, it is time to test multiple times. By testing it at different stages such as open close and in between, we can see how the new spring deals with the stress and if it needs any tweaking.

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Follow Up With Customer We can come in for a follow-up after a month or two to see how it is doing, but often we are never needed a second time, and that is up to the discretion of the homeowner.

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For More Details Visit: www.atrgaragedoorrepair.com (719) 499-0491 1233 Willow Bend Cir Unit #2 Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Summary: If you’ve seen any videos about the amount of tension in these springs, you know that it’s vital we do professional work on it so as not to risk injuring yourself.

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