There is a reason why garage door springs are tensed. To lift the door. By nature (so to say), springs have a lot of power since they are made in the form of spiral coils. When they are installed, they are wound really tightly and adjusted so that they will use their hidden energy to balance and open the door. The way they are manufactured says a lot about them and their usefulness.
Not all garage door springs are created equal. Your choice depends on a number of factors, including door type and application, door weight and overall dimensions, and particularities in building structure. No wonder why measuring the springs and taken into consideration the available space at the sides or over the door are both important before garage door spring replacement. Read More