I beat anybody elses price by $10
Many customers are looking for the cheapest price.
For instance the house has been sold but the broken springs must be replaced to finish the deal.
So instead of using my normal hi-quality springs I use the cheapy industry standard springs.
Now here is the catch.
I require you to find a legitimate quote, here in Menifee, and then I beat that price by $10.
I need the full installation price though.
Not some component of the total price.
If you do not want to spend half the day calling around then choose my normal springs for $219.
On seven foot high doors, regardless of the weight, they are rated for over 50 thousand cycles.
Besides, $219 is typically lower than the competition charges for 10 thousand cycle springs.
So you are getting a deal that is usually over 5X better at a lower price.
Remember we have three levels of springs.
The first level is the cheapy industry standard springs which is usually the only style the competitors stock.
These springs are typically what come with the manufactured door and meant to last 10,000 cycles.
I call them contractor springs.
Then come the high quality springs rated at 50,000 cycles.
They should easily last many decades.
And the third style are the lifetime springs rated at over 150,000 cycles.
(The industry allows the word lifetime to be used on any springs over 25,000 cycles.)
On the average home my 150,000 cycle springs last over 100 years.
But regardless of the quality I always beat the competition by $10.
And I will refund the difference plus $10 if you find a neighbor that got a better deal for up to one year after you bought them from me.
I am quite confident I have the best prices.