Convert your Wayne Dalton Torque Master system.
If you live in a newer home, you may have a Wayne Dalton Torque Master garage door system. These systems were originally developed to improve on traditional torsion springs by hiding the garage door springs within a spring bar/torsion tube. These systems also use small, plastic drums placed on each end of the torsion tube, connecting the drums to the bottom bracket of the door. Because of this specialized design, the springs can counterbalance the heavy weight of the door, so the drums and cables can then lower and lift the door when opening and closing.
Because the Wayne Dalton Torque Master system is an enclosed one, you cannot hear the spring snap when it goes bad. And when the spring breaks, the opener won’t be able to manage the heavy weight of the door, shortening the life of the opener unless you replace it.
While you can move forward with the Wayne Dalton Torque Master repair process and put in a new spring, you can also convert your system to one with a traditional torsion spring. This is what we recommend at On Track Garage Doors. And although converting your system to one with a traditional torsion spring will cost more upfront, it will cost less in the long run than trying to maintain your Torque Master system.
We perform Wayne Dalton torque Master repairs and conversions throughout Charleston, South Carolina, and we provide exceptional workmanship and service. To learn more about Wayne Dalton Torque Master Repair and why you should consider converting your system to one with a torsion spring, contact us today.
At On Track Garage Doors, we offer Wayne Dalton Torque Master repair services in Charleston, North Charleston, Folly Beach, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Summerville, Goose Creek, James Island, Mount Pleasant, and Johns Island, South Carolina.