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How Broken Garage Door Spring Replacement Works
Our approach to garage door repairs is simple and transparent.
Schedule A Free Diagnostic
Your service advisor will help find a time that works for you.
Get A Fixed Price Proposal
Once on site, we will diagnose your garage door problems and quote the repairs from a fixed price list.
We Perform The Work
If approved, we will start working to replace your broken garage door springs right away.
Broken Garage Door Spring Replacement Pricing
Average Job Cost
$289 - $567
It costs $289 to replace a single broken torsion spring.
When evaluating the cost of replacing a broken garage door spring, you may want to consider the following:
- Replacing all of your garage door springs because they’re all the same age
- If one spring breaks, the others could be close behind
- A lube and tune service to preserve your garage door
Choose the best type of new garage door springs
Replacing a broken garage door spring is a priority. Your door and operator are tuned to work with the springs to evenly open your door. If one spring is broken, the other spring will try to do all of the heavy lifting, causing strain to the operator and spring.
Common Broken Garage Door Spring Questions
If your garage door spring is broken, please do not try to open your garage door. Whether you have torsion or extension springs, our advice is the same – call a local garage door repair company and schedule a spring replacement. Springs raise & lower your garage door, and once broken, it becomes dangerous to operate the door.
If your garage door has more than one spring and one breaks, we recommend replacing the others. Why – because springs are rated for lifecycles. A lifecycle is when your garage door opens and closes. So, if one spring breaks, it’s a sign that your springs are nearing the end of their useful life.
Most steel one car garage doors require one spring. Our wooden doors may require two. Most two car garage doors, from 16×7 to 18×10 will need two or three springs.
Wear and tear over time is the most common cause. If your garage door springs breaks soon after installation, it could be because the spring was not rated to lift the weight of your door.
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