A hanger that is made from angle iron that attaches from the ceiling to the horizontal tracks of the door.
The distance measured into a building horizontally from the door mount to where the first obstruction is.
To make heavier doors run smoother use this counterbalance drum with a ball bearing in it.
This is the system that kicks in to operate the garage door when the battery fails to work.
This is the piece of metal, rubber or vinyl that is around the edge of the window panes and secures it in place.
This is a fastening device that will mechanically join materials by using a riveting tool.
This additional extension spring is used to provide for a weekend counterbalance.
Mainly located on the bottom this a support bracket that holds the track rollers and could offer attachment of the lifting cables. These brackets can also be found in other locations as well and not just the bottom.
This piece is the lowest rail on a horizontal door section.
The weatherstrip that is attached to the bottom of a garage door to seal between the door and the floor.
When the bottom rail of a wooden garage door is not straight or level. It is often characterized by a “smiling” door in which the corners of it are curled up.
The method in which to fasten the vertical track to the jamb with the use of brackets.
A fixture at the bottom of the door that is used to prevent the garage door from falling in case the cable breaks.