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WHY BUY AN ELECTRIC OPENER FROM "THE PROFESSIONALS?" 


 

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Providing safe, convenient access to your home is our specialty and we’ve been doing it for over 40 years. LiftMaster® is the preferred choice of professionals because of our proven commitment to quality, performance and reliability.   

WHY BUY AN ELECTRIC OPENER FROM "THE PROFESSIONALS?"

PROFESSIONAL DEALERS

vs.

RETAILERS

FULL CHAIN / FULL BELTS

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HALF CHAIN / HALF CABLE

FULL MULTI-YEAR WARRANTIES STANDARD

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90-DAY WARRANTIES STANDARD

ONE PIECE STEEL RAILS

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3 PIECE RAILS REQUIRING ASSEMBLY

VIBRATION ISOLATORS STANDARD

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NOISIER UNITS WITHOUT ISOLATORS

PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATIONS

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RETIRED "JOBBERS" INSTALLING

TRAINED TECHNICIANS TO DIAGNOSE AND FIX DOOR PROBLEMS

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TYPICALLY LACKING GARAGE DOOR REPAIR PARTS AND EXPERIENCE

Frequently-Asked Question:

1. I often see Sears openers on sale for about $150.00. Why do Lift-Master openers cost so much more?

Though both openers are made by Chamberlain, the Lift-Master has a heavier drawbar system with a solid chain, metal front idler sprocket and a one-piece drawbar track. Sears openers have half chain and half cable, a plastic pulley for the cable portion, and track divided into three or more parts. Cables fray and track junctions loosen, resulting in future expenses down the road. I would value this difference in quality at about $25. Sales tax on Sears openers would add another $10, and installation with heavy-duty angle about $100. Adjusting the springs and oiling the door would add another $15, and dealer warranty covering parts and labor is worth about $30. When the hidden costs are tabulated, $150+25+10+100+15+30, the total comes to $330. You pretty much get what you pay for.

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