One morning, I went out to throw out my garbage bag. When I returned to my house, I saw my garage door was not completely shut. I thought someone broke into my house last night and robbed us dry without letting us know.
Cautiously, I went inside and looked around. Everything seemed to be at its place. I got out of the garage door key from my car and pressed the button. The door moved a bit but could not go all the way down. I tried to push it down but it didn’t work.
I looked for a Garage Door Replacement Service over the internet. Being only human, I phoned the company at the top of the search results. I told the representative about the door and she assured me that the team will be there within thirty minutes.
They arrived somewhere around twenty minutes. That was the first sign. They were on time.
The team leader introduced himself and the services their company provided. They didn’t shy away from giving information and the range of services their company provided. Information is always great.
They got to work. Minutes later, the team leader told me that I need to replace the door. The old one is beyond salvage. For a second, I was worried about how to get a new one in time. The team leader smiled and opened a brochure before my eyes. It had all types of garage doors with their prices and materials.
I looked around it and asked the team leader for his suggestion. He suggested the one with a five years warranty and the best value for money. After I gave the green light, he phoned the company and asked them to bring the door. It would take thirty minutes again. This was the quality of service.
Again, it reached on time. By then, the team had pulled down the older one and the team leader compensated me for the new one by adding the price of the old garage door.
They replaced the garage door within an hour. They hit speed bumps along the way but they had all the tools they needed and expertise to get the job done in the least time possible.
In the end, they gave me the remote of the new door. I paid for them and saw them off. It was then I pressed the button to open the garage door.
It worked like a charm.