Your garage door cables work in conjunction with the springs to help move the garage door. They work by controlling both the tension and the movement of the door when you open or close it. Sometimes, the cables can fray or snap, causing your garage door to stop working.
You might need to replace your garage door cables if:
- Your garage door is hanging at an angle
- The door is stuck halfway
- The garage door will not lift up
Like replacing the springs, replacing the cables can be a dangerous job. Unless you are completely confident in your ability to replace the cables yourself, we highly suggest that you leave it to the professionals since the garage door could easily fall on you and cause serious injury.
Let us help you by replacing your garage door cables and getting your garage door back in working order. Call us today!