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Precision Garage Door of NWA & River Valley
about Precision Garage Door
has received 10 reviews, averaging 1.00 Stars:
Service was prompt and workmanship seems to be professional. They just left a few hours ago. Replaced the 2 cable drums, cables, and the end bearings on the rod that goes from one end of the door to the other. However, I was very shocked at the humongous markup on the parts. Thats understating it. From what I've looked up on the average retail prices of the parts used, I was charged an average of up to 20 times, that's right, up to 20 times the average retail price as best I can make of it. I can understand business's are in business to make money, but this is definately price gouging. If your garage door doesn't need immediate attention, you might find another company that is more reasonable to do the job. If you choose them, be prepared for just what I described, .I would have given them a 5 star review but I just feel ripped off on the parts prices. Only a one star. The service was great but the rest was something I would expect from a roadside stand in a third world country as far as the parts prices.
- Edwin Williams
Technician: Jacob Baggett
I do not recommend this company the technician replaced to door spring and bearing did not hook the opener up. I connected the opener and the door works worse than before it was repaired
- Mike Brunell
We appreciate your feedback, Mr. Brunell. We apologize for any confusion regarding your operator not being reconnected after the service work was preformed. Our technician intentionally left the operator disconnected to prevent you from being locked out of your garage. We can arrange for a follow-up visit at your convenience to ensure that everything is reconnected and working correctly. I have left my contact information in a voicemail, which you can utilize to have a further discussion about this matter, if needed, Sincerely,
Technician: David Stubbs
I'd highly recommend not having this company come to your home for a repair. No attempt was made to repair our garage door. I basically had to pay $50 to have them try and sell me a new garage door.
- Shaun Horan
Technician: David Stubbs
Was way to expensive. I was told on the phone it wouldn't cost much more than 170. Plus a military discount. The lady had my email wrong and spelled my name incorrectly after repeating 5 times
- Tommy Binh
Thank you for taking the time to talk with me today and giving us the opportunity to rectify the situation for you. We look forward to earning your business again in the future and thank you for trusting Precision Door Service of NWA for your garage door needs!
I would like to change my rating to 4 stars. Even though I wasn't satisfied, they made the time to make it right. Thank you guys.
Couldn’t do ZERO stars so I’ll settle one 1. We were assigned to this company through our Home Depot order for a garage door install. They called to set up an appt right away. I was so pleased to get an install so quickly, the tech called before arrival and my husband (who had taken off work to be available to the company) waited outside for the tech to arrive. He saw the driver in his truck but, to his knowledge, the tech never got out of his truck and eventually drove away. Later I received an email for the “site survey” with the measurements of our garage (which I already added to the initial order). I assumed someone would call with an update for when the install would take place but two weeks went by. I called today and, after talking to 2 people, I was told that someone would call me back. Finally a callback later and was told “it will be much more expensive because lead was detected”. She didn’t say how much more and was very unprofessional with how she told us the news. She honestly sounded like they didn’t want our business and we were a bother to follow up on this order that was already paid for. We will be looking elsewhere and posting this review elsewhere as well.
- Dwight Llacuna
Bella Vista, AR
We needed a spring replaced and chose the first name we came across. We were told to not use Precision, for various reasons, but preferred to make our own decision based on actual service. I was immediately concerned when the first concern mentioned was supposed dry rot on the door. I asked to see it and it was simply a scrape on the door. He continued to point out "issues" that should be addressed. It was obvious the bill would be padded by unnecessary work. The quoted price was only if the tube was not dented too much. It would then be an additonal cost bringing the total to well over $500. I lost trust in him the moment he tried to say there was dry rot and figured he was setting it up to say the tube needed to be replaced when he was finished. There are many complaints about Precision Door. I had them validated today. I recommend you rethink the ethics training and teach your workers how to be fair in the actual job and stop trying to pad the bill. It is my assumption the "higher ups" tell them to do this. I called someone that was actually referred to me and he was here with in the hour of your employee leaving. He replaced both springs and the rollers, checked the "concerns" pointed out to me which was several things, and saw no issues that needed to be addressed out side of tightening a couple of nuts and bolts....at no extra charge. The total cost...$343.90. I will not recommend your service to anyone. By your shady business practices and high cost, you are putting yourself out of business. Good luck with that. On a brighter note, the young man was polite, even when I called him out on his business practices. Retrain him he just might be a good employee. Sincerely, Debi.
- Mike Eckard
Mrs. Eckard, Thank you for your recent feedback. I appreciate you taking the time to speak with me and giving more insight as to what took place during your recent service appointment. As discussed during our phone conversation, our number one priority is taking care of our customers and providing the best quality products and service possible. I would like to apologize for not meeting that standard for you. We are a company of integrity take your safety and security seriously. Although other companies may differ in their approach, we prefer to offer only long term solutions rather than a temporary fix that could potentially result in bigger issues in the future. We are always looking for better ways to improve our level of service and expertise and your input helps us achieve that. Should you have any other garage door needs, I would greatly appreciate another opportunity to prove to you why we are the most preferred garage door company in Northwest Arkansas. Sincerely, -- Jeff Equevilley Operation Sales Manager Precision Door Service of Northwest Arkansas
Technician: Seth Ottino
If I could give a half star, I would. I think the rep was kind and knowledgeable but did not care for the “sales pitch” to get me to buy new doors and an overpriced new motor. I had to pay $50 for someone to come out and not fix my issue but instead tell me that his overpriced motor ($1300) may not even work. Very very disappointed!
- Erin Cuccia
Technician: Dustin Mclean
Fort Smith, AR
I called Precision to fix a broken spring. They came out promptly and gave a bid of $1100.00 to my wife. I told them to to leave. I then called Southwest Garage Door Co who came out and fixed my garage doo for $175.00. I paid Precision their $49.95 service fee and save almost $1000.00 by using Southwest. Thanks Precision for costing me and extra $50 for nothing. You guys are the storm chasers of garage doors. I won’t waste my time calling you again.
- Kevin Weakley
Technician: Dustin Mclean
$300 to replace 2 cables? Plus tried to upsale me to a $1000 bill? Nope never again.
- Richard Clark
The hardest part of giving the type of great service that Precision Door is proud of is communication, We appreciate the communication from you regarding your outlook on the service we provided to your daughter Beth, who lives at the residence you wrote this review about. She was there when we provided our service and has written us a 5-star review on Google. As a parent I understand being over protective of our children, even when they are adults. Our technicians pull every damaged or worn out part on a door and then let the customer decide if that part should be replaced or not. We presented those parts to your daughter , who then made the decision to replace her worn and damaged parts with our superior quality parts , such as stainless steel cables. We may give the option of replacing all of the parts on a door , but leave that decision up to our client. Unfortunately you were not present when we at the home , and it is difficult to assess the condition of parts over the phone. We received a 5-star and a 1 -star review on the same job. Of course we would like both reviews to be 5 stars, but we will be happy with knowing the 5 star reveiw was left by the person who actually was present and was able to walk through the worn and broken parts on the door and then make the best decision for her. We wish you and all of your family the best , and hope that your future garage door repair experiences are good ones.
Senior Technician: Steve Colley
Siloam Springs, AR
High prices & High pressure salesman trying to sell products we didn’t need. Another company did the work we wanted for 1/10th the cost!
Thank you Mike for taking the time to leave your review. We need feedback from our customers, both good and bad, to improve our business. We only wish we would have received the review at the time of our service rather than 4 months after we had been to your home, perhaps then we would have been more able to help you become a satisfied customer. We never like to hear that a customer would feel pressured into any decision, as it is our practice to show you the worn parts before ever recommending replacement. Most garage doors are made up of a system of 2 springs, pulleys, rollers, cables, hinges and assorted nuts and bolts. When a part fails, whether it be due to lack of maintenance, the amount of usage, or other contributing factors, it is common to find additional items associated with this failure. I did look over the photos and safety inspection we had completed while in your garage. Your door unfortunately had numerous failing parts including but not limited to a broken spring, damaged cables along with worn center and end bearings. It is always a homeowners choice as to which option they choose, but for homeowners staying in their homes, the best long term solution is to fix the system as a whole, rather than piecing it back together over time, as old parts can drag down the life of new parts. Although everyone's budget and situation is different, our customers over the years have spoken and seem to appreciate our transparent, honest and educational approach. Ultimately, we are pleased to know that you did get these items repaired, as they were potentially dangerous and of serious concern. We would also hope you would consider us in the future should there be the opportunity. Just let us know how we can help. Sincerely, PDS of NWA
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