Garage Door Spring Replacement –Garage doors usually use either a torsion spring or extension springs to lift, or counter balance the weight of your overhead door. Torsion springs offer the best life expectancy. However, they are dangerous and should only be replaced by a trained garage door professional. Extension springs mostly used on smaller garage doors, or where headroom is an issue. In order to get your garage door balanced and aligned, you must use the right size of springs. For instant, if your garage door weighs 120 pounds, then you need to use a spring or a pair of springs with 120 pounds of lift force.


Torsion Garage Door Springs – Torsion spring replacement is a dangerous task mostly because people do not have the proper tools and training to put tension on the springs.


Garage door torsion springs are mounted above the garage door opening on a bar right In the middle of the opening. On each end of the bar attached a drum with lift cables that are attached to the bottom of the door. Smaller garage doors only require one spring, but bigger overhead doors will require two springs. Torsion spring life span determined by a few things: the wire gage, the overall length of the spring, the diameter of the spring and the quality of the metal.

Woodbury Garage Doors technicians carry only high quality springs and will always recommend the best match for your garage door and will back the torsion springs with 5 years warranty.


Extension Garage Door Springs – Extension springs are not entirely safe either. If you do not properly secure both ends of the cables that run through the pulley on an extension spring system, the spring can fly off with great force and injure the person when they are extended in closing the garage door. Dealing with high tension springs in a job that should be left for professionals.


EZ-Set torsion spring &Wayne Dalton Torque Master torsion spring system – These two types of torsion springs are designed with safety in mind. They are design in such a way that you can safely wind the torsion spring using a drill. The biggest problem with these type of springs is that they don’t usually don’t last as long as standard garage door springs and are more expensive than standard torsion spring.


Whichever garage door spring system you have on your door, Woodbury Garage Doors technicians are qualified and trained to take care of your problem with swift, friendly and professional service that will keep your garage door operating properly for years to come.


Woodbury Garage Doors offers a full Garage Door spring replacement service in the following areas:

Minneapolis MN, Saint Paul NM, Edina MN, Richfield MN, Minnetonka MN, Eagan MN, Woodbury MN, Apple Valley MN, Burnsville MN, Savage MN, Blaine MN, Oakdale MN, Maplewood MN, Stillwater MN, Woodbury MN, Afton MN, Bloomington MN, Mendota Heights MN, Excelsior MN, Wayzata MN, Hugo MN, Roseville MN, Lakeville MN, Anoka MN, Champlin MN, Andover MN, Prior Lake MN, White bear lake MN, Shoreview MN, Fridley MN, Brooklyn Park MN, Brooklyn Center MN, Hopkins MN, Golden Valley MN, Rogers MN, Jordan MN, Plymouth MN, Maple Grove MN, Saint Louis Park MN, Eden Prairie MN, Oakdale MN, Cottage Grove MN, Hudson WI, Lino Lake MN, Maplewood MN.