Garage Door Service is our specialty at State Line Door & Lift for those living in Bonner Springs.
The residential garage door can weigh as much as 400 pounds. Garage door springs and balancing systems can fail over time, which can trigger unbelievable amount of damage to the garage door, home and injure the individuals around it. Don't risk trying to fix it yourself! Get your overhead grage door repair needs fixed with a quick call to State Line Door & Lift!
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Garage Door Service FAQ for those living in Bonner Springs Kansas
Most Bonner Springs Kansas garage door repairs cost between $125 and $290 on average which includes materials and labor. Garage door spring repair costs $95 to $290 depending if you have torsion or extension springs. To fix a garage door opener or garage cables, expect to spend from $100 to $190 plus parts.
There are many options available for fixing damaged garage door panels in Bonner Springs Kansas. Fortunately, garage door panel replacement is easy and inexpensive. The manufacturer may offer replacement panel sections for your door if it's newer, but older models might require replacing the panels completely with newer ones.
A garage door with a broken spring should not be opened or closed using an automatic operator. All though some openers can lift the door, you risk damage to the operator and the door. ... Bend the opener rail due to the weight of the door pulling on the rail, in less common cases the motor might fall off the ceiling. Call State Line Door & Lift at 816-616-8352 for help in Bonner Springs Kansas.
So faced with a broken garage door spring in Bonner Springs Kansas, the question is, can you fix it yourself? You can replace a garage door spring but that doesn't mean you should. The type of springs you have may influence your decision. If you're uncomfortable with any part of the process, simply leave the job to a garage door professional like those at State Line Door & Lift.
Estimates on longevity are based around usage, but most experts believe the average garage door should last between 15–30 years in Bonner Springs Kansas, depending on construction quality, maintenance and local climate conditions. Automatic garage door openers normally provide 10–15 years of reliable service.
Bonner Springs Kansas History
The Kanza people had settled the area because of the mineral springs and abundant fish and game when, in 1812, two French fur traders, the Chouteau brothers, made their way from St. Louis and temporally settled in the area that would eventually become Bonner Springs, starting a trading post named "Four Houses". The location allowed easy access to trade items, and a ferry to cross the Kansas River was added. In 1830, Henry Tiblow, a Delaware Indian, took charge of the ferry. Tiblow was a Delaware Indian who worked as an interpreter for the government. He lived in a small cabin on the west side of the city.
The location became known as "Tiblow Settlement", and the ferry continued working for years. John McDanield, or "Red John" due to hair color, is known as the founder of Bonner Springs - as we know it today. As the owner of a vast majority of land that is now Bonner Springs, McDaniel named the town "Tiblow", after his friend Henry.
Several of the springs in the area were analysed for their mineral content, and the results indicated benefits that would attract visitors. The Bonner Springs Improvement Club, in 1907, created a promotional brochure touting the city as the "Kansas Karlsbad" and listing the contents of five springs near Lake of the Woods: Big Chief, Little Chief, Papoose, Old Squaw and Minnehaha. They listed "grains per gallon" of things like potassium sulphate, carbonate of iron, and chloride of sodium for each.
Big Chief was noted to be "splendid water for anemics, supplying the necessary properties for good red blood and driving out the dead and impure corpuscles."
Old Squaw was reportedly so named because "the old women of Indian tribes once living in Kansas found relief from their intense dyspepsia caused by their heavy meat diet and little or no exercise."
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