With just a touch of a button your garage door goes up and down so conveniently that most of the time things can be overseen.
Broken springs, Slipped cables, Flimsy roller, Broken hinge, Bent tracks.
If your garage door is noisy, listen to what it’s telling you. Noisy doors are a usually a sign of a problem waiting to happen.
If your garage has been giving you problems making weird noise, or not operating at all, don’t wait until you get trapped in your garage.
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Never open a garage door with a broken spring, A garage door with a broken spring can fall rapidly and cause injury or death. Attempting to replace the springs yourself is even more dangerous. And if you have a garage door opener it would probably get damaged or ruined.
Or is your garage door extremely noisy? It may be time to replace the rollers. Replacing your garage door rollers every 7 years, means the garage door will operate smoother, quieter, and will put less stress on the opener (saving you that costly repair on the opener), and less stress on the doorhinges.
Do not operate the garage door opener or attempt to open or close the garage door when it has a cable off the drum, Cables are a very important part of your garage door going up and down level they carried the entire weight of your door. If your cable is worn, starting to break, or its out of the drum, it will cause for your garage door to hung or come out of tracks