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Garage Door Springs/Spring/Garage Door Service/Repair/Same Day 24/7 (SERVING ORANGE COUNTY/INLAND EMPIRE)

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Because your garage door spring is such a vital part of your garage door, it's crucial to know the different types of garage door springs you have. Extension or torsion springs are available for garage doors. Understanding the differences between each type can help you choose the right one for your door.

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TORSION SPRINGS
Sectional doors are also equipped with torsion springs. The springs are mounted on a metal shaft (torsion shaft) positioned above the garage door opening in this type of arrangement.

A standard torsion spring system should include at least one visible spring, but some may require up to four. The total number of springs on any sort of garage door (any type of spring) is determined by the door's weight and height, as well as the spring's length and strength. Torsion springs are tensioned or wrapped and locked in relation to the assembly, whereas extension springs stretch.

The torsion springs' energy is dispersed evenly over the metal shaft. When the door is opened, the drums start spinning (driven by the spring's force), and the wires connecting to the door spin as well, lifting the door.

Early Set Torsion Spring: Torsion springs that are early set are located in the middle of the torsion shaft. A separate type of hardware is fitted on each end of the shaft, adjacent to the cable drums.

Steel Rolling Door Torsion Spring: Torsion springs for steel rolling doors are usually seen in commercial structures and are installed within the torsion barrel that supports the rolling door.

Torque Master Torsion Spring: Of all the varieties of torsion springs, this one is the safest. They are held in place by a winding cone at the end of each torsion rod, which is enclosed within the torsion shaft.

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