Garage springs have a limited lifespan depending on how much you use them. The lifespan of garage doors is measured in cycles. Opening and closing is considered one cycle. Usually, the average garage door is used at least 4 times daily, opening and closing, which are two cycles.
Typically, a torsion spring lasts 10,000 cycles which translates to an approximate seven years while high-cycle springs have a lifespan from between 14-20 years. Typically, high-cycle springs are the most popular because of the longevity and low maintenance. When you call upon our garage door spring repair in Jacksonville, FL, we can recommend the best type of springs that will meet your needs and budget!