Why Consider Lifetime Warranty Springs?

With proper care and maintenance, your garage door can last 30 years or longer. The same can’t be said for its springs, however, unless you purchase lifetime warranty springs. Without functioning springs, your door likely won’t work properly, although some garage door makes and models may continue to operate in diminished capacity for some time after the spring breaks before failing.

The value of lifetime warranty springs is emphasized by this illustration of a seal carrying the words Lifetime Warranty.

Lifetime warranty springs are more durable than standard springs and save homeowners the expense of buying replacement torsion springs.

Just how long your garage door springs last depends on a number of variables, among them the size of the spring wire, the diameter inside the spring, the length of the spring and how frequently the garage door is raised and lowered.

Lifetime Warranty Springs Offer Enduring Value

Typically, a new, “double spring” system will run you somewhere between $200 and $275 depending on wire size, and many of these springs last between six and 10 years, or about 10,000 “cycles.” Each time your garage door is raised and lowered is considered one “cycle.” Lifetime warranty springs, however, as the terms suggests, are a great, cost-effective option for those who plan on living in a home for the foreseeable future. Lifetime warranty springs offer the following benefits to buyers, among others.

  • They will eventually pay for themselves by reducing your maintenance expenditures.
  • They are ideal for anyone who raises and lowers a garage door multiple times in one day.
  • They reduce the stress and fees associated with having to call in professional assistance and replace parts.
  • They minimize the dangers associated with broken springs, such as having the door fall.
  • They minimize the chance you’ll find yourself stuck inside or outside of your garage at an inopportune time.
  • They can serve as a selling point if placing your home on the market.

If your garage door relies on more than one spring in order to operate, it is advised that you consider replacing both springs with lifetime warranty springs at the same time. This is due to the fact that garage door springs tend to wear over time, and rather than have to replace one and then another several months later, kill two birds with one stone and save yourself time, money and frustration.

Interested in Lifetime Warranty Springs?

For more about the benefits of lifetime warranty springs or to speak with a garage door professional about your options as far as your own garage door, contact the highly trained team at Ponderosa Garage Doors & Repair today by calling (503)-730-0444.