Garage Door Spring Repair in Los Angelesby James Wheeler business advisor
In order to repair your garage door, you need to find out what is wrong with it. When you know what it is you will be able to fix it correctly and save yourself the cost of having it repaired. You need to remember that your garage door has a spring in it. The spring holds the door in place and also provides the security of being able to close the door without the use of a key. If the spring is weak then it will not hold the door in place. This means the door may open and if it does it may be possible for someone to get into your garage without permission, but you do not have to worry because Total Garage Door has a solution for your Garage Door Spring Repair in Los Angeles to make your garage door safer then ever.
Spring Repair Procedure
There are two ways you can do this and they will involve cutting the spring. One way is to cut it with a saw. However, before you do this you need to make sure that the spring is still there and that you are not going to get hurt when you do this. It would be preferable if you could pull the spring straight out.
The other way is to remove the spring with a bolt. However, you should not remove the entire bolt. This is because you will want to be able to replace the spring with the rest of the spring before you remove it and because the spring is quite heavy it may be more comfortable to pull it from the body of the door itself rather than pulling it from the top.
After you have removed the old spring, it will be easier to install it. However, before you do this you need to make sure that the whole thing is completely empty of anything else and it has to be nice and clean. You will also need to make sure that it is not vibrating.
Once you have done this then you can situate the bolt in the bottom part of the door and then get a piece of metal that is long enough to insert it. Push the bolt until it is at the end and push the metal down and into the end of the spring.
You may need to be careful with how you place the metal down and make sure it goes all the way through the old spring. You may also have to use a wrench to keep it in place if it has started to move a little bit. Once it is in place you can put the door back together and you should be able to close it up correctly.
Created on Apr 28th 2020 13:51. Viewed 242 times.
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