By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: June 2013
Chuck Billy of Assurance Overhead Doors in Broken Arrow has a lot of confidence in the garage doors he sells, which are manufactured by Mid-America Door of Ponca City.
Chuck Billy and Assurance Overhead Doors serve the metro area including Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Bixby, Owasso, Collinsville and other surrounding communities. They provide the products and services you expect from a first-class garage door company. “The doors we endorse are made in Ponca City, Oklahoma, by Mid-America Door,” says Chuck, “and they are recognized as one of the finest doors in the industry.
Mid-America makes a variety of door styles for both residential and commercial use, and Chuck says they are unique in the industry by offering five different styles of doors at the same price. “Most manufacturers offer a standard raised panel door that is available in only one pattern,” said Chuck. “Anything else is considered an upgrade.” Mid-America offers five different panel configurations at the same price. Check out all their offerings online at www.assuranceoverheaddoors.com.
Most homeowners spend hundreds of dollars for a nice looking front door that is seldom used. They then skimp on the garage door, which is probably used an average of six or seven times each day. “With Mid-America products you can get a super garage door without breaking the bank,” says Chuck. The garage door is generally the most used door in your home. It is also a design element that highlights your home’s architecture while providing beauty, security and peace of mind.
Mid-America Door has been building quality garage doors for 22 years, and each two-car door comes standard with dual torsion springs. With such great demand for their products, the company continues expanding production lines and capacities. Like Assurance Overhead Doors, they have an ongoing commitment to quality and customer service.
Add curb appeal and complement the exterior of your home with Assurance Overhead Doors’ attractive selection of garage doors, many of which have window options. You can complete an online service request or call the Assurance office for more information or to schedule an appointment that will fit your schedule. Estimates are always free. You’ll enjoy visiting online for a sampling of before and after photos that will give you a representation of the many door options available.
Assurance Overhead Doors is also an Authorized Dealer for LiftMaster® and the phenomenal Elite SeriesTM 8550 Garage Door Opener. This product has a DC battery backup and is available in either belt or chain drive. The 8550 runs so quietly you can hardly hear it. It exudes both state-of-the-art quality and features, and is an industry standard-setter for garage door openers. Even when your power goes out, the Battery Backup System enables you to open and close your garage door approximately 25 times, according to an Assurance representative.
If you should forget to close your garage door as you drive away, the unit’s automatic timer will close it for you after the prescribed number of minutes you have programmed into the system (from 1 to 99 minutes). The energy-efficient operation of the 8550 is reported to consume up to 75 percent less power in standby mode according to the manufacturer. The unit also has built-in technology that enables you to control and operate your garage door from wherever you happen to be, providing you have a smart phone or computer that allows Internet access. The LiftMaster 8550 Garage Door Opener has so many features and benefits you’ve got to see it in operation to believe it.
Give Chuck a call for more information on their remarkable garage doors and garage door openers.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.