If you open your garage door a few times a day - it will need to be replaced every few years
Rust and other grime increases the friction of the sliding mechanism, which makes a much less smooth opening and closing.
If this happens and your springs aren’t looked after, they could fall apart much earlier than they should.
It depends on the situation!
Our technicians can accurately gauge whether your garage door springs are totaled or not, and they’ll give you the cheaper option between repairing and replacing garage door springs.
There’s a huge variation in this answer as well. Garage door spring repair typically ranges from $100 to $350. Commercial garage door springs typically cost more than residential. The average garage door springs repair typically costs a few hundred dollars, depending on the amount of damage.
There is a wide range of garage door spring replacement times, based on the door’s dimensions as well as its number of springs. It might take up to two hours to repair an old garage door springs. It may take 10 to 15 minutes each door to tune up the garage door springs.
Most garage door springs are intended to open and shut a garage door 10,000 times. If you operate your garage door four times a day, this amounts to a seven year lifetime for the typical garage door spring.
However, there are factors that make your springs more prone to fail early. You may need to repair your garage door springs more regularly if you use your garage door excessively, live in cold and/or wet surroundings or have a heavier garage door.
It depends on the situation! Our technicians can accurately gauge whether a garage door is
totaled or not, and they’ll give you the cheaper option between repairing and replacing.