Warning signs include the difficulty lifting the door manually, completely opening and closing the door, and visible gaps in the spring. Also, you hear loud noises when the door is in operation.

Because of the tremendous strain, replacing garage door springs may be risky. Hiring a professional is essential to guarantee the task is done safely and properly.

Garage doors are available in a range of materials such as wood, steel, aluminum, and fiberglass. You can choose the right one considering your preferences and budget.

Indicators that a panel may need a replacement include visible dents or cracks, warping or bending of the panel, and fading or peeling paint.

Torsion springs usually last between 10,000 – 20,000 cycles (a cycle is one open and close), translating to roughly 7-12 years for average residential use. Extension springs have a slightly shorter lifespan.

It is better to repair only one broken garage door panel, which might be less expensive than replacing the complete door. However, the right decision can only be made per the door’s condition.

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