Cable Replacement

garage door cable replacement

Your garage door’s cables are another important component that helps your door operate smoothly. They act in concert with the torsion springs. You’ll see the cables in cable drums at both ends of the axle on which the springs reside. They run from the roller brackets on the bottom corners of the door to the cable drums. When you raise a garage door, the springs unwind and the energy (tension) that is stored helps to lift the door. At this time the cables wrap around grooves in the cable drum. When you lower the door, these cables unwind from the cable drum and rewind the springs to their full tension.

Broken cables can put a damper on your day. After all, if your garage door won’t open, your garage becomes a glorified storage shed - with poor access! Because of the danger in working with high-torsion springs and the cables, we recommend that you call a professional garage door repair service instead of undertaking the task by yourself. Avoid the risk and headache by calling Door Power! We offer same-day service, great warranties, and the kind of service you remember for years past.

Fix Broken Garage Door Cables

With service like that, you won't be left out in the cold (or rain, or heat, or anywhere) very long. Our technicians are industry experts in replacing broken or work garage door cables, and we do so quickly, safely, and responsibly. We'll get you up and running quickly.

Remember, garage doors are very heavy and can be difficult or impossible to operate when the cables are broken. Don't leave your door in less than perfect working order. Instead, call Door Power to come and repair it. Or, if you'd like, we can install a new garage door, too. Either way, we'll keep you out of the cold and rain with good access to your garage.

Trust Door Power to repair your broken garage door cables. With our unmatched warranties, local connection, and expert technicians, you know the job will be done right, the first time.

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