Broken Garage Door Spring Repair in Omaha Nebraska

AAA garage door serviceman fixing a garage door spring

Like any part of your garage door, the spring system can wear and become damaged or even break — when your torsion or extension springs are broken, you’ll find that it’s incredibly difficult or even impossible to lift your garage door. If you’re having trouble operating your garage door and suspect that your springs are worn, contact the garage door repair experts at AAA Garage Door. We can perform repairs and adjustments on any type of spring system, and we use only the highest quality, most durable replacement parts for lasting results.

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Garage Door Spring Adjustment and Replacement Services

At AAA Garage Door, we offer complete garage door spring repair services for systems with either torsion or extension springs. While spring replacement can be completed using average spring parts with up to two years of service, we use only the highest quality and most durable, dependable replacement solutions available. We install sturdy torsion springs that last up to 20,000 door cycles and extension springs that perform 10,000 cycles.

When your spring system is damaged, your door likely won’t open or close. Fortunately, we respond promptly to all spring repair and replacement requests to minimize inconvenience and safety concerns. All of our spring replacements are backed by manufacturer warranties to offer lasting peace of mind and performance. Call our experts at (402) 727 0789 to discuss whether your garage door springs need to be adjusted, repaired or replaced entirely. 

One of the most integral pieces of hardware in your garage door is the spring system. The springs help counterbalance the immense weight of the garage door, allowing the garage door opener to lift and lower it as prompted. For most residential garage door systems, the spring components are either torsion or extension springs. Torsion springs are large, tightly wound pieces mounted above the garage door, and extension springs are smaller springs installed on either side of the garage door.

How Much Does Garage Door Spring Repair Cost?

The cost to repair your springs will mainly depend on the age and condition of your garage door, the type of spring system your door has, the quality of the spring part replacement, labor costs and whether your cables need to be replaced as well. The average cost for a professional garage technician to replace damaged springs is between $200 and $400.

To offset repair expenses, many local homeowners may be tempted to try replacing their spring system themselves. While there are several small garage door repair and maintenance tasks that homeowners can try, spring replacement should be left to professionals. The spring system is under a great amount of pressure, weight and tension, and repairs should be performed by trained experts with the proper tools and equipment. Inexperienced handymen can end up further damaging the door or getting themselves seriously injured.

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Get in Touch Today for Garage Door Spring Replacement in Omaha, Fremont and Nearby Areas

If you’re a homeowner throughout Omaha, Elkhorn, Boys Town, Papillion, North Bend, Cedar Bluffs, and the surrounding regions, including Fremont, Lincoln and Bellvue and need responsive and helpful garage door spring replacement services, reach out to the trained and skilled local experts at AAA Garage Door. With 25 years of garage door repair experience, we can handle any type of spring replacement job large or small. To schedule garage door repairs or spring replacement services, call us today at 402-727-0789 or fill out our online scheduling form.

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Last Reviewed by Felipe Pinales on 4/27/2021