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Precision Door Service of New Hampshire
about Precision Door Service
has received 2 reviews, averaging 1.00 Stars:
All I needed was to fix my connections to my garage doors for the 2nd remote and the keypad. Plus, wanted tracks checked and oiled. Doors were new in 2016. Was just a bunch of smoke and mirrors about the price from this guy Mike. $110 to come out, then it was $185 just to spray the garage doors (that otherwise had no problem), then that became $139.95 but he didn't want to do the 2nd door at first. Apparently, I did need a new 2nd remote (not sure, as I gave him 2 other ones that I had just bought batteries for) so that ramped the price up again to be $186.95. He didn't even set up the remotes the way I wanted them. Never again will I hire Precision. I just paid it, because I wanted it done. Hire better employees is my advice.
- Joan Livesey
Garage Door Opener Repair
Garage Door Opener
Technicians: Mike Maghakian
Unlike my experience in 2013, I was quite disappointed with Precision the second time around. Will never contact them again. Had a simple problem with a broken spring. The serviceman quoted $700 to do that and a bunch of other unnecessary things. After saying no, he said he'll do the necessary for $400. Thought that was still very high to replace a spring so declined. BEWARE: there's a $135 charge for the service call. This is mentioned on the phone but nowhere in the confirmation letter for the appointment. I declined anyway and got the job done within 15 minutes as expected by a reputable garage door repair company in Nashua. And it cost just $225.
- Rajul Shah
We are very sorry you didn’t have the experience you were expecting from us. We sincerely believe that our customers deserve to understand the condition of their door(s) and to have us make recommendations on what work is required to solve the immediate problem, as well as, what other things they should consider having done to their door (things that if left unattended will create future problems). Those other recommendations are the options that the customer implied we were chasing him with. In reviewing our safety inspection from the 2013 service call, we can see that we made several of the same recommendations (replacing worn or fatiguing parts that will cause future problems). Again, we feel it’s our job to make suggestions and to then perform the work that the customer wants. Honestly, it’s kinda unfair to position our options in any other way; specifically, to imply that we are suggesting unnecessary work is to simply not understand what a service company is there to do. Stated simply we provide up to three options and walk the customer through them (explaining why) and then perform the services that the customer feels is right for them. Despite serious cost pressures, the prices for the options provided in 2013 were the same as they were in May of 2018. We are totally upfront with our pricing – we do not do any work without receiving authorization. I’m not sure why the customer feels that we should mention our fees multiple times – once we get acknowledgement from the customer we assume they get it.
Broken Garage Door Spring Repair
Technicians: Mike Maghakian