Late last summer, a tree fell on our garage. The garage being made of corrugated aluminum, it was pretty well crumpled. Before winter hit, we were able to get everything off the frame but the garage door, and now I'm wondering how to get that off safely.
Here's what I'm facing:
- The garage door is a fairly typical roll-up door with a torsion spring.
- The cable on one side of the door snapped when the garage was crumpled, but the other appears to be intact.
- Because of the state of the frame, I can't roll the door up, or really move it in any way.
I want to finish tearing down the garage, but I don't want to do anything stupid or dangerous. Is there a safe way for me to cut the intact cable?