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The one thing everyone learns quickly is that springs come in many different sizes and to pick the right one depends on the garage door height and weight. Garage door springs get installed either above the frame of the door or on the rear end of the door track. They all serve the same purpose to help you in opening and closing the garage door and preventing it from getting damaged. If your spring needs adjusting or becomes broken you have a choice of finding out how to fix the problem yourself or finding professionals Garage Door Repair in your area to repair the damage for you.

Usually residential garage doors have standard torsion springs which get mounted just above the opening of the door and are supported by a shaft which runs through the centre of the springs. For lighter garage doors there is one spring and for heavier there are two springs of course all depending on the size of the door. So what you should know is that easy set torsion springs are similar to the standard torsion springs. The difference between them is the hardware which is used to install the easy set springs. So what you need to know is that easy set torsion springs get mounted on each end of the torsion shaft right next to the cable drums.

The most common springs are extension springs and they're installed parallel to the garage door tracks on either side of the garage door. Extension springs work on a pulley system along with the cables of the garage door and wrap around the pulleys. The other end of the spring attaches to an eyebolt which is mounted on the track. The torsion springs that are used for steel rolling doors vary in size according to the height and weight of the garage door itself.

There are also curtain door springs which are similar to steel rolling doors. Curtain doors are most often found on storage units and the springs are visible when the doors are in the open position. These kinds of springs attach on each side of the torsion rod and hold the weight of the door. Curtain springs secure with a set bolt on either end of the torsion springs and usually curtain doors have two springs found one on each side of the curtain door, located on the top of the door opening.

Finally there are torque master torsion springs which are specially designed for safety. These torsion springs enclose on the inside of the torsion shaft and are held in place through the use of a winding cone on each end of the torsion rod. Torque master springs wind using a power drill instead of the traditional winding bar. So the important thing is to know what kind of torsion springs you have and how to readjust or replace them before you make the decision to do it on your own or have professionals your area do it for you.

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