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Willow Garage Door Services
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Willow Garage Door Services is family owned and operated garage door repair company. We offer one of the lowest service call rates in the metro Seattle area with residential and commercial garage door installations and repairs. We take pride in our work and have been in business for over 10 years using only the highest grade of parts and garage doors. We have a crew of installers that are certified and have had the most extensive training. We are licensed, bonded and insured! We warranty all of our work and will do whatever it takes to ensure that the customer is 100% satisfied once the job is completed! We match or beat competitor prices! Contact Us today for an estimate...
Willow Garage Door Services is family owned and operated garage door repair company. We offer one of the lowest service call rates in the metro Seattle area with residential and commercial garage door installations and repairs. We take pride in our work and have been in business for over 10 years using only the highest grade of parts and garage doors. We have a crew of installers that are certified and have had the most extensive training. We are licensed, bonded and insured! We warranty all of our work and will do whatever it takes to ensure that the customer is 100% satisfied once the job is completed! We match or beat competitor prices! Contact Us today for an estimate...

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Garage Door Torsion Springs
So your garage door spring is broken and you need to get to get to work or get the kids to school. Of all the luck, you think, this had to happen to you today. You may feel like your the first person this has happened to, but garage door springs are one of the most called on repairs in the garage door industry.Garage door springs support the entire weight of the garage door. The springs are wound or stretched under pressure, tightening and loosening as you close and open the garage door. It's the garage door springs, not the garage door opener, that supports and lifts the 300 plus pounds of weight of the garage door.Like anything else under pressure, eventually your springs will break. Don't worry, you aren't the first person this has happened too. Garage door springs break all the time, and especially now that it's getting colder out

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