Garage door cables are of utmost importance. They are made of metal and are meant to be very strong, but they are also flexible since they are repeatedly pulled and lowered through a pulley system and then wound and unwound around a drum at the top of the garage door as the door opens and closes.
Just because they are strong, however, doesn’t mean they are impervious to breaking. A broken or faulty cable could cause your garage door to stop working correctly. Even worse, if one of the springs was to snap and the cable wasn’t in place, the broken spring could fly across the garage and cause a huge amount of damage, maybe even killing someone. You can imagine why it’s important to pay attention to the health of your garage door cables and call a professional if you notice one is damaged or broken.
Do that a few thousand times though, and you can forgive them for giving once in a while.
Here’s 4 ways on what to do when your garage door cable breaks