Need a last minute gift?
1. How about a Liftmaster 975LM Laser Parking Accessory to be sure that the car gets parked in the same spot everytime?
2. Or, what about a Liftmaster MyQ upgrade? Liftmaster’s MyQ Retrofit package (MYQPCK) will upgrade any Liftmaster, Sears Craftsman, or Chamberlain garage door opener manufactured after 1998 to be able to work with your cell phone!
Come by the showroom at 171 South 18th, Sparks, NV today!
2 FREE Remote Light Controls (825LM)
1 FREE Garage Door and Gate Control (829LM)
2/1/17 – 2/28/17
Liftmaster is offering consumers the above freebies by mail with each Liftmaster 8550W or 8587W garage door opener purchased and installed by the end of this month.
Looking for a special Valentine’s Gift? Call Thompson’s today and have Katelyn or Delaney schedule your new quiet Liftmaster garage door opener, with built-in wi-fi, installed today: 775-356-6601
2017 marks the 60th year that Thompson Garage Doors and Building Supplies has been serving the Reno Sparks area! Thank-you to all of our friends for your support. We look forward to serving you for many years to come
Thompson Garage Doors’ employees volunteered for the Reno BBB (Better Business Bureau) Secure Your I.D. Day.
4 tons of documents were collected and shredded at no charge. Enough canned food and donations were collected for the Nevada Food Bank to provide over 1,400 meals.
A very big thank you to all of our friends who came through!
Liftmaster Garage Door Openers is offering a consumer promotion June 1-30, 2016. For each Liftmaster Elite Series garage door opener installed by Thompson Garage Doors in June, Liftmaster will mail the consumer a free roadside emergency kit.
This kit consists of a Stanley FATMAX 350 amp jump starter with compressor, and an Accutire Digital Roadside Flare with pressure gauge. This kit is a $100. value!
Call Thompson Garage Doors to schedule your Liftmaster Elite garage door opener install today: 775-356-6601
Today is National Donut Day!
We have professional taste testers on hand just in case you have extras!
Our friends at Amarr sent the following press release:
A garage door is often the largest moving part in a home and is typically used multiple times every day. In fact, a majority of families enter and exit their homes primarily through the garage door, relegating front doors as destinations for special occasions and largely used by visitors. Summer brings even more activity for garage doors when children are home from school and bikes, sports equipment, and other toys are being taken out more often, home gardening activity sees a spike, and families generally come and go more for various activities and trips. Regular garage door maintenance and safety precautions are particularly important to keep in mind this time of year.
“Garage door use has become such an ingrained part of daily life for families that oftentimes home owners don’t stop to think of checking basic components and functions of their doors,” said Entrematic vice president of marketing Vickie Lents. “A few simple and quick things can keep garage doors safe and help them last for years. Summer is an ideal time to check just a few components of garage doors and protect your family from potential harm.”
The springs and cables that activate a garage door receive the most wear and tear and should be inspected periodically to ensure the mechanics are in good working condition and are properly lubricated. Routine maintenance on garage doors should be performed once a month. Look at the garage door springs, cables, rollers, pulleys, and other door hardware for signs of wear.
If problems are suspected, a qualified professional should perform repairs. An annual visit from a trained door systems technician can keep garage doors operating safely and smoothly and prolong their life. To find an independent garage door dealer in your area, go to entrematic.us and click on the Amarr garage doors section.
“Additionally, children should not be allowed to play with garage doors or their openers and should always be supervised when operating garage doors,” Lents added. “Caution also should be used with pets that have access to the garage area. By using a little common sense and preventive maintenance on your garage door, your garage can become an extension of your home and a safe place for the whole family.”