How To Videos
How to properly use your garage door parts to repair your door:
How To Measure a Garage Door Spring
How to Install Garage Door Torsion Spring
Linear Multi Code Garage Door Opener & Receiver
Garage Door 3/32 Torsion Cable -900 lbs. Rated
Delta 3 Garage Door Remote Features
Nylon Replacement Roller
All Star Transmitter
All Star Wall Station
Garage Door Bottom Rail and Rubber Seal
Liftmaster RPM Sensor
Delta 3 Receiver and Transmitter
Digicode Replacement Sensor Eyes
Genie Sequencer Board
Linear Multi-code Receiver and Transmitters.
Lift Master Photoeye Brackets
Hormann 5500 Silent Drive Circuit Board
Hormann Mini Remote Transmitter
Denco Gel Lube
Sommer 550 Synoris Garage Door Opener Overview
Replacement Belts Features Discussion
Hex & Round Winding Bars Explained -Torsion Spring Winding Bars for Garage Doors
Garage Door Extension Spring Pulley
Backwards Compatible 877 Max wireless garage door Keypad
893 Max Garage Door Remote - Backwards Compatible
Genie Garage Door Opener Screw Drive Limit Switch
GKBX Genie Wireless Garage Door Opener Keypad
Garage Door Bottom Brackets
Replacement Genie Chain Glide Garage Door Opener Gear
Replacement Genie & Overhead Garage Door Screw Drive Coupler
How To Replace Torsion Cables
Product Features Discussion Videos
Garage door spring & hardware product features:
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I cannot express my experience installing the garage door spring. All I had to do was follow your video for measuring and then installing the spring. It did not take very long for the installation and I did not feel the installation was unsafe. Also, I am an Army officer veteran and I appreciate the fact you are an American made and owned company. Thank you. I will only do business with you for all my garage door needs and I am sure I will do more business because I have a three car garage.
Thank you much for your service in the Army. We are glad we could help out with your garage door spring repair. If you ever need anything just let us know.
I purchased and installed a replacement torsion spring. I could not be happier with my experience. I am quite capable with tools but was initially concerned about working with these loaded springs safely. With just the tensioning bar tools that I purchased with the spring, a 7/16′ wrench, a 6-foot laddder, the tutorial video, and 25-minutes of my time I was able to make the repair for 1/4 the cost and hassle of having a professional do it. DIY was fair, fast, and honest, and it was a pleasure to do business with them.