Garage Door Torsion Springs Higher Life Cycle

High Life Cycle Springs

In order to increase the life cycles of a Garage Door Torsion Spring we have to increase the size (diameter) of the wire that makes the spring. When we increase the wire size we either have to increase the length of the spring, the I.D. (inside diameter) or both.

Some of our Services – Door Openers, Keypads, Torsion Spring alignment or Replacement, garage door Tracks, broken springs, Rollers, Cables & Drums, hinges, Sensors and Weather Seals, Opener troubleshooting, Installation, Parts and repair, also Carport Build outs Garage Door Conversions

This means your High Life Cycle Springs will be longer and or larger in coil diameter than your original springs. Since springs are designed specifically for the weight and height of your door and increasing the wire size makes the spring stronger we then have to increase the length or coil diameter to maintain the same lifting strength of your original springs.

Areas we work & service – Atlanta, Lawrenceville, Snellville, Grayson, Norcross, Lilburn, Stone Mountain, Decatur, Tucker, Loganville, Oxford, Duluth, Johns Creek, Suwanee, Sugar Hill, Flowery Branch, Chestnut Mountain, Buford, Oakwood, Gainesville, Hamilton Mill, Chateau Elan, Braselton, Hoschton, Auburn, Dacula, Winder, Monroe, Statham, Athens, Bethlehem, Bogart, Jefferson, Arcade, Cumming,Canton, Milton, Peachtree Corners, Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Brookhaven, Buckhead, Chamblee, Doraville, Dunwoody, Berkeley Lake.

Simply put the Larger the Torsion Spring Wire the stronger the spring. The Longer the spring the less lifting capacity but the longer it will last. The larger the coil diameter the less lifting capacity but the longer the spring will last.