High Cycle Garage Door Torsion Springs
Upgrade to High-Quality Garage Door Springs with Homegarage.ca
At Home Garage, we provide homeowners with the opportunity to upgrade to high cycle garage door springs, offering significant benefits compared to standard springs. These high cycle springs are available for various sizes, ensuring compatibility with different garage door configurations. By making the switch to high cycle garage door springs, you can potentially extend the lifespan of your springs by two to four times, resulting in long-term cost savings by reducing the need for frequent repairs and replacements.
This option is particularly advantageous for homeowners who heavily rely on their garage doors, have experienced multiple spring replacements in the past, or plan to stay in their current residence for an extended period. Investing in high cycle garage door springs offers the reassurance of a smooth and reliable operation for your garage door, ensuring it continues to function optimally for many years to come.
It's important to note that the lifespan of garage door springs is influenced by factors such as wire size, coil length, number of turns, and the intended use of the door. Our high cycle springs are designed to withstand greater cycles, allowing them to last longer than standard springs. While the average residential garage door torsion spring typically lasts 5-8 years with regular use, our high cycle springs can potentially provide a longer service life.
Let's consider an example to illustrate the benefits of upgrading to high cycle garage door springs:
Suppose you have a standard spring with a wire size of .207, an inside diameter of 1.75, and a length of 23 inches. This spring has a lifespan of approximately 10,000 cycles. However, by transitioning to a high cycle spring with a larger wire size and longer length (e.g., .218 x 30"), you can achieve the same lifting capacity while increasing the lifespan to around 20,000 cycles. Similarly, a high cycle spring with a wire size of .234 x 34" can last approximately 30,000 cycles. It's important to choose the appropriate number of turns for the spring based on your door height, as adding extra turns can shorten its lifespan.
To help you understand the cost-effectiveness of high cycle springs, let's break it down using the example above:
The standard spring (.207 x 23 x 1.75) costs $56 per single spring, equating to approximately $8.17 per year with a lifespan of 10,000 cycles.
The high cycle spring (.218 x 30 x 1.75) costs $67 per single spring, amounting to roughly $4.89 per year with a lifespan of 20,000 cycles.
The high cycle spring (.225 x 34 x 1.75) is priced at $79 per single spring, resulting in approximately $3.84 per year with a lifespan of 30,000 cycles.
As demonstrated, the cost per year decreases as the lifespan of the spring increases, making high cycle springs a cost-effective choice in the long run.
At Home Garage, we understand the importance of durability and reliability when it comes to your garage door. That's why we offer high cycle garage door springs to enhance the performance and longevity of your system. Contact us today to learn more about our high-quality springs and how they can benefit your garage door.