The storefront of Vaughan's Mobile Electronics is not flashy. The owner, Erik, prefers it this way. The focus of his electronics shop isn't glitz and glamour, but rather genuine customer service and quality products. It?s also, says Erik, "Texas owned and operated, and we take extreme pride in that." To uphold their mission, Erik?a graduate of The Installer Institute and longtime electronics sales associate?and his crew outfit cars, boats, and fleet trucks with the latest gear. They install everything from booming Sony audio systems and window tints that protect cars from UV rays to Clifford remote starters and car horns that play the entirety of ?Stairway To Heaven.? Erik and his team also create an enjoyable experience for clients by providing them with complimentary WiFi while they wait.
At Detailing Docs, the technicians strive to get cars looking as clean and unblemished as they did on the day they took their first sip of gasoline. To that end, they scour both the interior and exterior of each auto, buffing its finish with nano-sealant, polish, and wax, and dressing the inside with conditioning and protectants specialized to treat leather, vinyl, and all other surfaces. All this after a thorough shampoo removes stains from the seats and carpets, and a hand dry has rubbed away even the smallest of water spots from the car's body. But cars aren't the only vehicles that benefit from Detailing Docs' careful attention?techs follow the same meticulous formula while cleaning RVs and boats.
James McGuffey, owner of Alamo Door & Awning, built his business on a simple guarantee: he promises customer satisfaction with his newly installed or repaired garage doors, garage-door openers, and extendable awnings, or he doesn't charge for the service. To deliver on such a pledge, he maintains a team of top-notch technicians and a stock of most of the hardware needed for any job. He even sells the hardware piecemeal to those who want to attempt repairs on their own, providing helpful advice and tips for such do-it-yourself projects on his website.