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Donnie

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Spring broke (upward one) and the garage is slated for replacement in the next couple years, so the cheapest possible repair is absolutely preferred.





Any takers? I have no interest in fucking with high-tension springs. Located off the Stevenson and Harlem.
 

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Other one looks fine and again, we're really just looking to band-aid til were ready to knock it down. So I'm going to say one.
 

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You're going to want to replace both regardless. You'll have to pay for all the labor again when it breaks, and it will break.
 

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If it breaks again, the demo work will begin early on the whole thing. We're just looking to be able to (as cheaply as possible) open and close the door for now.

You can see how few fucks we have to give for the shebang at this point, no? lol.
 

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Nope. Still finishing up the bathroom remodel and getting started on finishing the basement, couple those financial/manpower tie-ups with the other residents not caring a tenth as much about a garage as I, puts it low on the priority list.

Trust me. I don't like band-aids any more than the next non-hack, but it is what it is.
 
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Why not do it yourself? It's pretty easy. I've replaced the springs on a couple garage doors. I think I paid around $50 per spring. Just have to be careful.
 

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When you need if done
No real rush man, more or less before it gets cold.

Why not do it yourself? It's pretty easy. I've replaced the springs on a couple garage doors. I think I paid around $50 per spring. Just have to be careful.
Yeah, I've put up a garage or two. This is just the sort of service work I prefer giving to the pro's.
 

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Ok well I have to go up there soon for a gun exchange so I can do it then

I'll keep in touch
 

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Shit, what's ball park to replace a spring. I've had a broken one for a while.
 

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Give me a call 6302179839 i can get this done tomorrow $165 for one spring or i can clamp it for $120
 

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Welcome Garage Door Guy.

Why don't you introduce yourself?
 

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I'll be up there in that area soon if you can hold out if you can't then let me know
 

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