Cables are an integral part of a garage door system. If they become frayed or rusted, they can break and become dangerous. Directly attached to the springs, the cables work by winding around drums or pulleys and support the weight of the door when it's opening and closing. Sometimes the cables are in need of repair or replacement or come off the drums or pulleys. Any of these circumstances can make the door uneven, which can take the door off the tracks or bend the tracks. A door that is uneven on the tracks or has come off the tracks is dangerous and shouldn't be used in that condition.
Email us below or call us at 614 Garage Door if you notice your cables looking worn, frayed, or chewed-up. We can send a technician to assess the situation for free and make any repairs necessary to keep your garage door working smoothly.
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