Common Garage Door Issues: Snapped Cables
In 2007, there were 1,610 reported injuries caused by non-professionals trying to fix their garage door themselves…
A broken cable can prevent one side of your garage door from lifting, or lock you out of your home entirely if neither side will move. Luckily, cables are easily replaced by a professional.
Visually inspect the cables that attach the spring system to the bottom brackets on both sides of the door. If these cables are frayed or worn, they are in danger of breaking.
Garage Door Repair
Catching frayed cables before they break is ideal! Contact us to schedule a garage door repair appointment.
More Common Garage Door Issues
For more information about common garage door issues, read the other items in the series:
- Broken Garage Door Opener
- Broken Torsion Springs
- Damaged Garage Door
- Warped or Misaligned Tracks
- Worn Out Extension Springs
- Dirty or Misaligned Sensors
- Dry or Squeaky Rollers and Hinges
- Snapped Cables
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