Choosing the right door is crucial—and so is a professional installation. Garage door installation is not a DIY project, whether you’re talking about residential or commercial garage door installation.
When choosing a door, be sure to ask who will install it and what qualifications they have. The best door, when inappropriately installed, can malfunction, cause energy loss, and much more. Are the people who would install your door employees of the company or contractors? Are the installers licensed, insured, and certified? Although there are subcontractors who can do decent work, the company has less control over their training, procedures and more. Subcontractors are in charge of their own schedules, too, and may not appear when expected.
At Presto Garage & Gutter, we vet our crews, checking their backgrounds and conducting drug testing. We create and manage their schedules so your work is done on time, right when you expect our team to arrive.
We hire only the top one percent of applicants, hiring them based on their technical skills and talent, as well as their attitude, and then we provide rigorous, from the ground up training about our proprietary installation process. This training program means that you benefit by having garage door installers with the experience, knowledge, and skill needed to optimally manage your installation.
Plus, we have separate crews for door installation services and garage floor installations. This strategy allows each member of our dedicated team to become exceptionally good at what they do, rather than trying to turn them into jacks/jills of all trades, but masters of none.