Garage Door Spring Replacement Hillsborough

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Project Description

Palms Garage Doors had a Garage Door Spring Replacement project in Hillsborough, CA. The homeowner called for an emergency garage door repair service since their garage door spring broke. We responded to their request for garage door spring Hillsborough quickly as the homeowner was looking for a residential garage door repair company.  We were able to install new garage door springs quickly so that the homeowner could use their garage again.

A dependable residential garage door repair company like Palms Garage Doors will offer many different residential garage door services. You need a garage door repair service that has the knowledge and skills to address any garage door issue that may arise. Technical expertise and skill are essential components of every garage door firm, so make sure you choose the correct staff to handle any garage door problem.

Do you need professional help if the spring on your garage door breaks?

Yes, you should contact a professional to help you in opening your garage door. The fundamental function of a garage door spring is to hold the weight of the door, enabling it to be controlled manually or remotely. Once the garage door spring breaks, it becomes impossible to securely move the door.

If your garage door has stopped working, you must learn how to open it effectively even if the garage door spring is broken. A garage door spring replacement may be essential in these cases. Contacting a professional garage door repair specialist mitigates the risk, and it is best to leave the broken springs to a professional garage door repair technician.

Understanding Garage Door Springs

Torsion springs are located at the top of the door or along the internal garage's front wall. They assist in the opening and closing of the door by supporting the weight of the garage door. On the other hand, extension springs are located on both sides of the garage door tracks. While both of these types of garage door springs serve the same function, they have a distinct weight distribution.

What causes broken garage door springs?

One frequent problem is when the garage door gets corroded, which occurs most often as a result of neglect or component failure. Because garage door springs are metallic, disregard of routine maintenance such as lubrication leads in corrosion, which makes them brittle and stiff. As a consequence, the spring will snap. You must be on the lookout for any squeaking sounds coming from your garage doors, as this might indicate the need for maintenance.

In any case, do not try to resolve garage door issues by yourself. Seek the help of an expert residential garage door repair technician from Palms Garage Doors to be advised if you need a garage door spring replacement. It is advisable to replace your garage door springs if they are worn out. A garage door will not work if the garage door springs are broken. A garage door spring replacement might be the solution to make it work again.

Palms Garage Doors services include overhead garage door installation, remote control programming repairs, replacement of broken spring, garage door opener repairs/ installation, garage door repairs for residences, garage door repairs for commercial establishments, roller replacement, panel replacement cables repairing, and upgrading to insulated doors or energy-efficient doors.

We can also offer same-day garage door repair service, no additional costs for weekends or nights, and emergency repair service for the Greater Bay Area, including San Francisco, and Oakland. We also service Hillsborough, CA, and the surrounding area. Call for any assistance at (833) 833-3361, and our team of expert technicians will respond to your request.


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Ridgeway Rd Hillsborough, CA, US, 94010

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1729 N First St
Unit 11213
San Jose, CA 95112
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