Spring Change in Richmond
Belt drive trolley that has no grease applied to the areas where the traveler will glide against.
Grease that has been applied to the trolley for smooth garage door operation.
After fasteners have been tightened so hinge will not cause any movement issues, by binding or causing unneeded stress on the door.
After a double spring change on a 16×7 Insulated Steel Garage door.
After hinge has been fastened nice and tight onto the garage door end stile.
View of loose thru bolts. If you have loose parts on your garage door you can call us at: 604-940-8918 and we can arrange a service technician to repair your door.
Loose nut on thru bolt. This needs to be tightened to assure that your door has smooth movement.
Loose hinge from missing nut. The nut has wiggled the hinge from the door having a lack of maintence over the years. A garage door should have maintence performed on it yearly to assure that your door is running safely and as designed. Your garage door is in most cases the largest and heaviest moving thing in your house.
Excellent view of a broken spring that needs to be replaced.
Garage door springs that need to be replaced. You can see the gap in between the spring.