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Crawford Door of Western New York, Inc. was recently profiled in the “Meet Your Merchant” section of Moneysaver Shopper and Community Magazine.
The piece profiles our owner-operators, Pete and Holly Hunter and tells the story of how Crawford has been nurtured and grown since Pete purchased the business in 2004.
“Pete and Crawford have a reputation for responsiveness, quality products and installations or repairs done right the first time, and especially – as Holly was quick to point out – honesty. Crawford has passed the test of time. Unlike so many of the fly-by-night and “Johnny come lately” door companies that lure customers in with special low price offers and then provide an inferior product or bait and switch customers into a host of additional charges, Crawford gives you an honest appraisal of the work needed on repairs or a free estimate on a new door. Then they do what they said they would do, on time, professionally, with no surprises or problems and charge what they said they would charge.”
To read the full article and learn more about what makes Crawford Door unique, click here!
Garages serve many purposes — they are storage spaces, areas for pursuing home projects and even play areas at times, but they can also pose security and safety challenges. Follow these garage door safety tips to keep yourself and your belongings secure.
To learn more about how our garage doors can keep you and your home safe, or to consult with one of our team members about garage door repair in Buffalo, contact Crawford Door of WNY, Inc. today at 716-668-2252!
When is the last time you took a close look at the outside of your home? What characteristics stand out as you drive by it on the street? Do you notice overgrown shrubs? Is the paint peeling? Are you welcomed by lights on a dark evening? The answers to these questions are related to the curb appeal of your home — the first impression it makes from the outside.
Real estate pros frequently reference curb appeal during the selling process because many house-hunters form opinions about residences before they ever step foot inside them. This is an instance where the book is definitely judged by its cover!
Even if you aren’t planning on putting your home on the market, curb appeal is still important. A beautiful exterior gives you a sense of pride in your home and improves your neighborhood while sending a positive message about your family.