When it comes to garage doors, there hasn't really been a whole lot of innovation in the past 40 years. The best garage door is the one that opens, closes, and doesn't give you any guff in between. Sound Door Service—a Seattle-based, locally owned and operated company—understands this, and that's why a good number of their doors come with life-time warranties. But that's just the beginning. They stock a massive selection of doors that range from classic steel doors that get the job done to Heritage Classic carriage style doors, hand-crafted by retired race horses.
Of course, sometimes things go wrong, so Sound Door Service keeps a team of techs on hand. They can fix up damaged sections, install an entirely new unit, or swap out rusty springs for new ones. Techs can also correct door torsion and repair extension springs, and lend assistance and expertise to owners shopping for a new door.
Domestic. Foreign. Car. Truck. Van. Motor Mart’s lot lines up myriad choices for the discerning car buyer or chariot upgrader, with models from Hyundai, Volkswagen, Dodge, and more. To keep vehicles purring smoothly, an onsite team of technicians performs maintenance, electrical, and repair services.
Staffers trained on domestic and foreign cars are able to diagnose and implement preventative care measures, including repairs that help maintain warranty coverage.
A broken garage door can be very unsettling. After all, in addition to cars, a lot of people keep expensive things in the garage—such as lawn mowers and cloning machines—and a broken door practically invites people to come in and take what they want. A broken door is especially unnerving if the garage is attached to your house.
The certified technicians at Pacific NW Garage Doors recognize this, so they make themselves available to fix broken doors after normal business hours, on weekends, and even on holidays. They travel quickly to homes and provide free estimates before repairing damaged parts or replacing doors. They also install garage-door openers and double-check all the nuts and bolts during garage-door tune-ups.