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Torsion springs


This spring system, while slightly more complex, performs the same counter-balancing function. Mounted above the door opening, the spring is manually wound, or charged, then installed on a shaft which runs through the spring. The spring actually turns the shaft which raises or lowers the door via the cables winding on drums. Torsion springs are generally smoother in operation, longer lasting and safer than extension springs when installed properly.

K&S Overhead Door Company
35 Tall Pines Drive, Saco ME 04072 | Phone: (207) 229-2138 Fax: (207) 282-2066


Area served: Southern Maine; Biddeford, Hollis, Kennebunk, Old Orchard, Saco, Scarborough, Sandford, York, Wells and surrounding area 
Business hours: Monday to Friday 7 AM to 5 PM; Evenings and weekends by appoinment.

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