Broken Garage Door Cables
Garage Door Cable Replacement in Greenville
All garage doors rely on heavy-duty springs to operate. These springs – both torsion springs and extension springs – rely on cables to help move your garage door smoothly.
On extension spring systems there are two cables, one on each side of your door, that distribute tension to keep your door balanced. If one cable breaks, the other will soon follow.
Are Your Garage Door Cables Broken?
Broken cables impact your entire garage door system. A broken cable means the weight is unevenly distributed, which puts strain on your springs, tracks, rollers, and other components.
Most homeowners notice a problem when their garage door cables snap or come off their drums. Aside from visually seeing a broken cable, you may notice your door is louder, off-balance, and has difficulty opening.
Not sure your cables are the problem? No worries – we always perform a full 21-point inspection to pinpoint the issue before servicing your door.
Cables are used to hold spring tensions that balance the weight of a garage door, which in turn makes it possible to lift the garage door manually or via a garage door opener with ease.
Precision Garage Door stocks quality cables and our technicians are trained to evaluate and fix your broken garage door cables.
More flexible and quieter stainless steel aircraft grade cables with 19 wires per strand, which last longer than standard cables.
Other companies use standard cables that only utilize 7 wires per strand, and are less flexible and more noisy.
Professional Cable Replacement
When you call Precision Garage Door, you can count on us for garage door cable replacement in three easy steps:
Precision Garage Door understands that your family’s safety is your top priority.
Our technicians will provide a free safety inspection to ensure all the hardware and moving parts of your door are in proper working order.
Using the Right cables
Garage doors come in all sizes, styles, and weights, and Precision Garage Door’s qualified technicians are trained to install the correct cables for your individual door.
After installation, our technicians will check to ensure the correct cables have been used by performing a balance test.
Replacing Both Cables
Most garage doors are installed with two cables. If one of your garage door’s cables breaks, it’s likely that the other is nearing the end of its lifespan as well.
After evaluating your garage door, if it is determined that a broken cable is the problem, our technicians will usually recommend replacing both cables.
People Love Our Garage Door Cable Repair Service
Every day, we receive amazing feedback from our customers. Here are just a few stories from customers who needed garage door cable repair.
– George R.
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When you schedule a service appointment with Precision Garage Door, a professional, uniformed technician will arrive at your home in a fully stocked truck. This ensures that at every appointment the necessary tools will be available. We don’t waste your time misdiagnosing the issue, waiting for parts, or arranging additional service appointments.
Serving Greenville, SC and surrounding areas, we can fix broken springs, cables, openers, and more to get your door operating safely and correctly. For more information or to schedule a service visit, please contact us today.