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OU Garage Doors
Pataskala Oh  43062
(614) 561-9931 

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Garage Door - Broken Spring Replacement
​Don't Wait!  Call us now: 614-561-9931
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Does your garage door look like this?  
Did you hear a loud noise?
Don't wait call us now!  614-561-9931
Ou Garage Door replaces broken garage door torsion springs and garage door extension springs the same day!  Free estimates and flat rate pricing. 

We are accredited with the Better Business Bureau with an A- rating!
If your garage door looks like one of the photos above and you are located in Columbus Oh and all surrounding areas: DON'T WAIT CALL US!  614-561-9931.  Ou Garage Door professionally services and replaces garage door springs for an affordable flat rate with no hidden costs.  We also offer special pricing on double garage door spring service in Columbus Oh and all surrounding areas.

If your garage door spring is broken, we recomment that you do not try opening your garage door or trying to adjust it.  Garage door torsion springs have an extreme amount of pressure on them and can be extremely dangerous.  Your garage door spring supports the entire weight of your garage door about 300 pounds or more.  The garage door spring is would under extreme pressure and eventually will break over time.

Garage door broken springs are one of the most common repairs in the garage door industry.  Garage door springs have an expected life of about 10,000 cycles or 7-10 years if you open and close your garage door 3-4 times per day.  

Replacing both garage door springs at the same time is always recommended but never pushed.  Usually, garage door springs are originally installed at the same time and one broken spring is a sign the second garage door spring will soon break.  In addition, having a new garage door spring paired with an old garage door spring throws off the balance of your garage door.  This can lead to burning out the motor on your garage door opener.