Springs and cables work together to move the garage door.
You need to adjust both parts to ensure a smooth moving garage door.
Any loose cable part can hinder full support to the spring.
This can become dangerous for your garage door.
There are two types of garage door springs and their corresponding cables.
Learning how to adjust garage door springs and cables improves your garage door movements.
If you don’t have the time to do so, professional services by our team are always available.
We are Top Garage Doors, and we offer garage door services for everyone in town.
You don’t need to worry about having reliable service for your springs and cables.
Our expertise and experience have given a lot of adjustments to these parts of the garage door.
All you need to do is book a job schedule with one of our team, so you have fit cables and springs working your garage door.
Leave nothing uncompromised for your garage door.
Necessary tools and equipment
- C-clamps or locking pliers
- Winding bars
- Protective Equipment (heavy-duty gloves, safety goggles, and overalls)
Torsion springs and torsion cables
Torsion springs use torque force to lift the garage door.
It’s positioned at the top of the door frame.
The spring rotates around the rod and carries over the garage doors.
The door is connected to torsion cables that wind up around a drum that connects to the torsion…