F.A.Q

F.A.Q

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Safety cables are necessary for spring systems and new or upgraded openers will keep the system modern

Are torsion springs better than extension springs?

There is no distinction between extension and torsion garage door springs in terms of which one is better but solely which one is the appropriate one for each garage door. There might be different qualities among springs but you should choose them based on the door's weight. That's the distinction among the two spring types.

What parts must I measure before getting new doors?

Measure the opening of the garage. It will determine the door's width and height. Also measure the headroom and the backside. Our specialists in Ho-Ho-Kus explain that it also depends on which door type you'll get. If you want swing hung doors, for example, you should also measure the space in front of the garage.

Do I need to lubricate my garage door?

Lubricating your garage door is one of the first and easiest maintenance tasks that you can do. It is recommended that you lubricate the moving parts of the door like the hinges and rollers. In addition, you should also lubricate the springs, belt, and chain.

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