One of the many questions being asked about this essential service goes along the following lines. A customer wishes to know from his garage door repair expert whether not one, but two broken springs need tampering with. The thought goes that only one spring may have been broken. Could it be possible then just to have one spring repaired or replaced? The expert analysis goes as follows. Most garage doors are equipped with two springs.
When one spring goes, it is believed that the next spring’s expiry date may be around the corner as well. So, in order to save on further and unnecessary costs or inconvenience, it is advisable to have the second spring replaced as well. This duplication of work if you will also helps curb any possible and unexpected accidents. The simple philosophy of damaged car tires is being used here to convince customers to be proactive in the way in which they handle repair and maintenance work around the home.
It becomes far safer for the driver and his occupants to get the ball rolling to replace all the tires on the car when one tire gives way. Fair enough, but not quite safe to say, that hard-pressed customers will be tempted to cut corners by only having one part seen to, whether it can be repaired or needs to be replaced entirely. But down the line, more costs will accrue and the work could even become more complex in the sense that further damage to other areas of the door could occur.
It remains good risk management practice and a matter of prudence to always take the advice of the expert to heart. Believe what he tells you to be true. Rely on his expert knowledge and years in the business. If this is your business, treat necessary repair and maintenance work as a vital cog of your business, even if it is going to be someone else handling the work. Consider your technician to be a valuable partner in your own business, particularly if his repair and maintenance, as well as installation work is going to have a positive impact on infrastructure that is necessary to your business.