At Precision Door, we provide garage door maintenance and repairs using only commercial-grade garage door parts in Columbia, SC. Did you know that a homeowner cannot typically purchase the springs needed to make garage door spring replacements at most home improvement stores? This is for the safety of the homeowner and those using the garage door. Unreliable garage door spring replacements will cause injuries. Broken or damaged springs are one of the most common issues with garage doors and garage door springs need a trained eye to identify the main problem and make an effective replacement. Precision Garage Door has the best springs and parts in the industry.
Precision Torsion Springs
These springs provide more than 90% of the lift needed to raise a garage door. Our heavy-duty springs will last a minimum of 33,000 cycles. A cycle is considered an opening and closing operation. Our oil-tempered springs don’t require lubrication and they resist rust. These unique springs will last almost four times as long as the industry standard.
We offer all parts for garage doors, including aluminum drums. Our drum is 12’ and has a lift capacity of 375 pounds. Aluminum drums will lift all new garage doors with ease for many years to come. Our drums are twice as strong as the 8’ drums that many other garage door companies offer.
Garage door cables are used to attach the drum to the bottom bracket on the door. These cables are under extreme tension. It is important to have your cables inspected regularly to make sure they aren’t worn or frayed. Cables will snap after heavy wear and tear. Our custom-made cables have more strands per wire and more overall wires than the industry standard. Our heavy-duty materials (7×19) 1/8” are designed to withstand many years of stress and varying temperatures.
Ultra-Quiet Nylon Tire Rollers
Simply put, our nylon tire rollers are the highest quality rollers on the market. Garage doors operate quieter than ever with our 13-ball-bearing rollers. Enjoy 80,000 cycles without any problems.
These heavy-duty, 12-gauge steel plates provide the primary support for the torsion system. The sealed, hardened steel balls of the plates help the torsion system shaft rotate smoothly and quietly. They also help minimize stress on the entire garage door system. Our premium garage doors also utilize zinc-plated brackets made of heavy-duty, 12-gauge steel.
At Precision Door, we use a heavy-duty, 11-gauge, steel center-bearing bracket to support the torsion system shaft. It ensures smooth and quiet operation. This bracket can endure high-load capacities and extreme weather conditions.