torsion springs

Why You Should Consider Lifetime Warranty Garage Door Springs

Lifetime warranty springs are more durable than standard springs and may pay for themselves with savings from maintenance.

With proper care and maintenance, your garage door can last 30 years or longer. The same can’t be said for its springs, however, but they are still an essential component of the door because they’re used to counteract its weight. Without them, your door likely won’t function properly, although some garage door makes and models may continue to operate in diminished capacity for some time after the spring breaks before failing.

Just how long your garage door springs last depends on a number of variables, among them the size of the spring wire, the diameter inside the spring, the length of the spring and how frequently the garage door is raised and lowered….

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What Is a Torsion Spring?

An illustration of a torsion spring is seen on a white background.

A garage door is comprised of several parts that work together in a particular way. Of all these parts, a torsion spring is one of the most recognizable and the least understood.

Getting acquainted with a few basic facts about torsion springs and their function will help homeowners recognize when these parts are malfunctioning. When you see a problem, be sure to call the experts. Repairing torsion springs on your own can be a dangerous proposition….

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Ken Fielding, owner of Ponderosa Garage Doors & Repair

Owner Ken Fielding explains the benefits of using Ponderosa Garage Doors & Repair for your residential and commercial garage door and garage door opener needs. Ponderosa Garage Doors & Repair provides sales, repairs, and replacements. …

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