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One of the main reasons your garage door springs break is because of the wear and tear they experience over time. The springs actually do the work in lifting your garage door when it opens and lowering it when it closes. Because of this strenuous job, eventually the springs won’t be able to support the weight, causing them to break.

Typical contractor grade springs last for 5,00

0 to 10,000 cycles, which means one full opening and closing. However, Ashbeck Door springs are rated to last up to five times longer: 25,000 to 30,000 cycles. If your door seems sluggish or doesn't seem to open as easy, you potentially have a broken spring. Call today for your free diagnosis.

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