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Sectional Garage Door Extension Springs Sectional garage door extension springs are the more common type of extension springs installed here in the United States. These springs stretch above and parallel to the horizontal tracks on each side. They counterbalance the garage door by pulling on the cables. As the door closes the door weight is transferred from the tracks to the cables, and the door it gets heavier, but the springs are also stretching and pulling against the cables to balance the door and make it easier to operate. The back end of the extension spring connects to an open-eye bolt or an s-hook, which connects in turn to angle iron or the garage frame. This spring uses a wire as a safety cable.Residential garages almost always utilize two springs, one on each side of the door. One end of each spring usually connects to an open-eye bolt. This bolt usually fastens to the angle iron that holds to track or to a beam in the garage frame. The other end of the extension spring connects to a pulley with a pulley fork.A pulley typically attaches to the other end of the extension spring with the help of a pulley fork. One end of the cable that goes over this pulley is attached to a cable adjustment clip. An S-hook attaches to this clip, as well as to the horizontal track. The other end of this cable rolls over a second pulley and down to the bottom fixture on the bottom section of the garage door. While one end of the cable attaches to the bottom fixture, the other end attaches to a cable clip. An S-hook secures this clip to the track.Do you have sectional garage door extension springs? Go to our Sectional Garage Door Extension Springs page to learn more and to order new springs. Commercial and industrial overhead doors have an extension setup very similar to residential garage doors. On heavier doors, there may be a special kit that connects the ends of multiple extension springs. This allows two or more springs to be stretched simultaneously on each side of the garage door. Not all commercial and industrial garage doors have this setup installed. Some still just use one extension spring on each side. For the most part, though, the rest of the system functions the same as with residential doors. Pulleys supply lift in both types, though commercial pulleys tend to be a lot stronger and capable of lifting heavier doors without premature breakage. Do you have sectional garage door extension springs? Go to our Sectional Garage Door Extension Springs page to learn more and to order new springs for your garage.

Garage Door Spring

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Standard Torsion Springs Standard torsion springs, pictured here, are secured to the spring anchor bracket and rotate a metal shaft with a 1″ outside diameter.Standard torsion springs are the most common residential torsion springs in the garage door industry. Residential garage doors typically use either one or two springs. On a lighter garage door, one spring will suffice. In that case, the torsion spring may be mounted to the spring anchor bracket in the middle of the shaft above the garage door. Other times, the spring has an offset mount, meaning that installers do not mount the spring anchor bracket above the center of the garage door. If two torsion springs balance the garage door, they are typically mounted to the spring anchor bracket above the middle of the garage door. Having two springs on the garage door tends to make it safer, especially if one spring breaks when the door is open. The other spring will then keep the garage door from falling and injuring a person or causing damage to the garage door or other property. Does your door use standard torsion springs? Go to our Standard Residential Torsion Springs page to learn more and to order new springs for your garage.

Garage Door Spring

One-Piece Garage Door Extension Springs Just as the name implies, One-piece garage doors operate as one large piece. When the door opens, the top moves inside of the garage, usually on tracks, while the bottom of the door rises outside of the garage. Extension springs pull against a pivot pin or a connecting point to counterbalance the weight of the door. Since the bottom of the door moves both toward the inside and outside of the garage, weatherstripping this type of door in not feasible. As a result, one-piece garage doors are more popular in climates less prone to harsh weather. One-piece garage door systems use extension springs to counterbalance the door. These doors typically use one or two extension springs on each side of the door, for a total of 2 or 4 springs on the door. The bottom of the spring is secured to an adjusting bolt which is fastened to a door jamb bracket. The top of the spring has a loop or a clip positioned over a large pivot pin or bolt. The springs stretch upward, nearly perpendicular to the garage floor. The other end of the spring attaches to a lever arm. The lever arm is attached to the garage door. As you open the door, the extension spring shortens and loses some of its stretch. Do you have one piece garage door extension springs? Go to our One piece garage door extension springs page to learn more and to order new springs for your garage.

Garage Door Spring

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Garage Door Spring

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Garage Door Spring