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10 Vital Home Maintenance Tasks You'll Regret If You Forget

Coat the overhead torsion springs mounted above roller tracks with a garage door lubricant. All springs will eventually break because of metal fatigue and/or corrosion, but lubing them at least once a year will make them last longer. Spraying can be messy; it's smart to protect the wall behind the spring with a piece of cardboard. Garage door lubricant is available at home centers. Lube the rollers, hinges and track while you're at it. Learn more garage door maintenance tips.

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<b>Swing out carriage doors for garage door</b> conversions are the perfect way to add curb appeal and functionality to any home. These <b>custom crafted carriage doors</b> replaced an existing <b>roll-up garage door</b> that wasn't working well with the newly converted garage. The overhead track, torsion spring arrangement on the wall and back side of the garage door were just clashing with the finished interior. Replacing the existing <b>overhead garage door</b> with <b>real carriage…

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PRIME LINE PRODUCTS Garage Door Torsion Spring - Prime Line GD 12232 Right Handed Torsion Spring - SPRING TORSION RH YEL 2X32IN - ORG

Advanced Garage Overhead Door Repairs

Advanced Garage Overhead Door Repairs: Install the left spring and insert the torsion bar into the bearing bracket. Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/doors/garage-door-repair/advanced-garage-overhead-door-repairs/view-all

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National Hardware 7679 Plain Steel Garage Door Right Wind Torsion Spring, 0.243 Wire Diameter by 2-Inch Inside Diameter by 32-Inch Length by National. $53.08. From the Manufacturer Replaces torsion springs with same wire diameter, inside diameter and length. Product Description Garage Door Extension Torsion SpringGarage door spring for doors weighing between 240 lb. to 250 lb. A pair of each spring should be u...

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Low Cost to Fix a Garage Door Spring Repair in Houston Spring replacement is the most dangerous job on the garage door and the National Safety Council warns consumers that only qualified individuals should repair or replace torsion springs.

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