When I built my house 4 years ago my builder installed a state of the art Wayne Dalton iDrive garage door opener that turned out to be the biggest POS known to man. Not surprising the company yanked them not too far after being on the market and not surprising that my builder (who is now defunct) continued to install them. It never worked properly and a few months ago went out all together. Worse, my cable was messed up so I couldn't even manually get my door to open. After spending months of dragging my trash can through my house and down my front steps to put on the curb for weekly pick-up I decided it was time to invest in a new garage door opener and cable. Of course I turned to my trusty internet for advice.
Alexis answered his phone when I called and was available to meet in the time frame that I needed. He called before arriving and showed up with a happy smile on his adorable, Midwestern face (Alexis came to my town from the Midwest to open his business). Alexis used to work for a major garage door company before branching out on his own so he has years of experience in the industry and is very familiar with various brands and types of garage door components. He took great time and care to get rid of the iDrive and put together the new Lift Master which for my house involved a little more elbow grease to get a new bolt just right on my garage door. He helped me to program my new keypad which will help a lot this upcoming New Years Eve in case I lose my keys again in another concert pit I won't have to call a locksmith at 3AM.
I highly recommend Alexis and this garage door repair company! Support local and give him a call the next time you need help in that department. You will be pleased.