Like many homeowners, you probably operate within a budget. So when you’re considering installing a residential gate – or scheduling a repair call for a gate that’s already in place – it’s natural that you would ask for an estimate. At Mark’s Garage Door Services, we strive to be transparent in our quoting process. You’ll know exactly what you’re paying for – with no nasty surprises or hidden charges.
Quoting Process for Gate Installation
Many gate installation projects begin with a homeowner’s vision. They’ve seen a gate in an ad, or in front of a neighbor’s house, and they want something similar for their home. In such cases, having the homeowner send a photo or drawing over, along with the specifications for the client’s driveway or entry road, is an excellent way to start the process. This information allows us to create an estimate for specific parts that need to be ordered, as well as the quantity. The final step before presenting a quote to the homeowner is estimating the necessary timeline for completion.
Quoting Process for Gate Repair
Mark’s Garage Door Services understands how frustrating, and potentially dangerous, it can be to deal with a residential gate that isn’t functioning properly. That’s why we strive to handle gate service and repair calls as quickly as possible. If the truck is in the area when the call comes in, someone could be on site within half an hour. Depending on the nature of the problem, repairs can require a couple of hours or several weeks. However, whenever possible, we’ll make a temporary fix so that the gate is functional and safe until the necessary parts for the permanent repair are available.
Our commitment to providing excellent products and top quality service extends to our residential gate services.
More than Just Garages
For your new residential gate – or to restore your existing gate to like-new condition – turn to Mark’s Garage Door Services. Our commitment to providing excellent products and top quality service extends to our residential gate services. Give us a call! You’ll be glad you did