Our customer, Chris, was deployed overseas when his family gave us a call. They were helping Chris get his condo ready to put on the market while he was away.
Unfortunately, someone hit and damaged the garage door on his condo. Not just that, the corner wall was damaged as well in the accident.
Last we checked, you can’t sell property with a damaged garage door and exterior wall.
Thankfully Chris’ family gave us a call and we were able to get everything squared away.
As you can see in the image below, only 2 panels were affected by the accident.
To save some cash, which is always a great thing when putting your home on the market, we decided to replace the panels instead of buying and installing a brand new garage door.
If your garage door is relatively new, or not super old, the manufacturer probably still produces the individual panels to your garage door model. This was the case for Chris, so we quickly ordered 2 new panels and installed them when they arrived.
Once the new panels, above, arrived, we installed them and painted them to match the existing door and exterior.
While we waited for the panels, we also were able to work on fixing the frame and stucco and got that paint matched and painted.
Within a week, the garage door was good as new and the condo went up for sale shortly thereafter.
Chris was grateful his family was able to handle this inconvenience and get everything taken care of quickly. His goal was to have the condo sold before he returns from his latest tour.
Chris received 10% off his entire bill just as all veterans, military, policemen and firemen receive as well. Thank you for your service Chris! Good luck with the home sale!