Do I Need To Reinforce My Garage Door?

Yes! Failure to properly install opener reinforcement will result in damage to the garage door and will void your warranty. The reinforcement configuration differs depending on the model number and size of the garage door.

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Do I Have To Replace Both Of My Garage Door Springs?

If your garage door has two springs pulling the door up, then definitely have both replaced. The second spring will break, it's just a matter of time which is usually within 6 months. Have both springs replaced while the repair company is there to save money.

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How Long Does A Garage Door Last?

The average lifespan is 10 to 15 years, but if you keep current on maintenance of the rollers and springs, it's possible to get 20 years or more out of a good garage door opener. But even if yours is still working fine, there are good reasons to consider replacing it.

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What does a garage door spring do?

In principle, this means a garage door spring is supposed to make your door light enough for you to be able to lift it on your own, or for the power of the garage door opener to lift it up easily. There are two main kinds of residential garage door springs: torsion...

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