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Diagram of Garage Door Parts

  1. Bearing Plates
  2. Cables
  3. Pulleys & Sheaves
  4. Locks & Handles
  5. Rollers
  6. Garage Door Rail Components
  7. Garage Door Openers
  8. Extension Springs
  9. Torsion Springs
  10. Hinges
  11. Weatherstripping
  12. Bottom Fixtures
  13. Graduated Hinges
  14. Top Fixtures
  15. Quick Disconnect Arms
  16. Garage Door Torsion Springs
  17. Torsion Spring Shafts
  18. Angle Iron Brackets
  19. Track, Horizontal
  20. Cable Drums
  21. Flag Brackets
  22. Vertical Tracks
  23. Track Brackets
  24. Sensors
  25. Garage Door Remotes
  26. Garage Door Keypads

We know that most of our customers don’t know and probably don’t care about the inner workings of a garage door. But when you have a busted springs or your door comes of the track, it’s important that you be able to at least tell Capital City Garage Doors what you think might be the problem. If you look the diagram above, the most common problems with a garage door are with the rollers (#5), garage door opener (#7), and the torsion springs (#16).

We commonly see doors come off the tracks, broken cables, broken torsion springs, burnt out garage door openers, dented and broken rollers and more. We love being able to provide same day service to get our customers garage doors working like new.


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