How do you suppose he gets it all right over a single weekend? Better than that, how does the garage door repair man manage to get it all right in a matter of hours, two, three, say.
Here’s how. Actually, it’s only part of the way. Don’t forget the customers are relying heavily on his qualified expertise and experience. Anyway, thanks to his knowledge and experience, the garage door repair man has his tool box chockfull of specialized garage door openers and motors, and those smaller parts that we all tend to take for granted and forget about.
The garage door repair man is as discerning as the next customer. So, he is also relying heavily on well-known brand names in this service industry. Just familiarize yourself with some of those names so long. They include Amarr, Wayne Dalton, Clopay, Genie, as well as Sears and Home Depot. No less than two brand names are already quite familiar to you by now. Then there’s still Menards and Chamberlain. And there’s Janus and Liftmaster.
Let’s scratch around a little deeper and see what’s cutting in this repair man’s tool box. He never leaves HQ without his auto garage door openers, and his drives. These drives are your belt drives, chain drives, direct drives and screw drives. Not screwdrivers, screw drives, although there’s probably a screwdriver buried in that bag of his. The guy never leaves his workshop without a jackshaft, and he might be coming over with a PDS 370 or PDS 800.
That would depend on the job at hand, and the type of door being managed, right? Smaller items in this here bag of his will include springs and remotes and keypads and screens and windows even. Now, how the heck would he package screens and windows in his bag? Well, he’s got the truck too, you see. Anyway, he likes to come prepared. Because what if he’s dealing with an emergency and the distress call was understandably a little on the incoherent side.
All sorted. The garage door repair man has even got the weather sorted. That’s because he’s got rubber strip and seal in his bag as well.