The spring that helps the garage door open and close broke over the weekend. We're thankful that our cars were not in the garage when it happened. It was nearly impossible to open the door with the broken spring. I, like most people went on-line to see what it would cost to replace the spring and I saw prices that ranged from $100 - $200. I started calling companies to get quotes Monday morning and David was the first to answer my call. He explaind what I could expect as far as replacing the spring (10,000 vs 25,000 cycle springs). He didn't have the parts he needed to replace the single spring and offered to install a double spring system to prevent a delay in installation and he honored the price we originally negotiated. David even adjusted the sensors, inspected our garage door opener, and lubed the system to make it run with less noise. I would recomend David Vogel to anyone in need of the services that he offers! Extreamly satisfied customer, K.Francis
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Dave came to repair my Garage door today, a broken spring was the culprit. He was honest, fair and personable (and showed up 5 minutes early!!). I did my spring repair research on the web prior to deciding and only needed to make one call. Dave’s straightforward, "no bull", approach to his work and his website made my choice easy. Who else, in this business, puts their prices on their web site for everyone to see? Our garage door is opened and closed more, times in a day, than our front door, so his use of 25,000 cycle springs was important to me. I spent the hour he was here talking with him and watching him work. He lubed the rollers/track, inspected all of the moving parts, reinforced the door opener mount on the door, moved a support beam back in to place, adjusted the down force of the door opener and adjusted the closed position of the door. I can honestly say he believes in taking care of his customers, with a fair price and quality work.
After hearing good things about this restaurant from a relative, I decided to give it a try. First let me say that this restaurant opens only on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays (hence the name The Weekend Cafe) I went in last Sunday, and I ordered a $10 plate which included; rice and gravy, macaroni and cheese, collard greens, potato salad, corn bread, and your choice of meat (they have oxtails, smothered/fried porkchops, baked/fried chicken,ribs, and chitterlings, but I opted for smothered porkchops) Everything was delicious, and the pork chops were very tender. To top all of that off, I ordered a slice of red velvet cake (it costs $2), and it was by far, the best I've tasted. Needless to say, I'll be back.