|Description:||Garage Door Torsion springs are mounted on a metal tube on the wall above the garage door. Drums on either side of the tube are designed to roll up the cable and lift the garage door. The garage door springs provide the necessary torque for pulling the door up while unwinding. The rate at which this happens to the garage door spring repair in Long Beach and Los Angeles, is called inch pounds per turn (IPPT). The IPPT of each spring is based on the height of the door, weight of the door, radius of the tracks and radius of the drums. In order for your garage door to be balanced and to function properly, the springs must be carefully set according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Garage Door springs undergo immense amounts of pressure as they help to lift and close a garage door several times a day, which leads to a fatigue of the material and eventual breakage. A spring average life expectancy varies between five to ten years of daily use.|