Three Reasons the Larger Investment Pays Off
June 29, 2020
ArmRLite has been the trusted manufacturer of overhead sectional doors and nontraditional roll-up doors for 60 years. Our doors stand up to excessive daily use and all weather conditions, and continuously exceed expectations when it comes to durability. Still, some folks get hung up on the initial cost over the long-term value the investment brings to commercial and residential properties. So, let’s look a little deeper at the three main reasons ArmRLite pays off for dealers:
- Higher Quality – While ArmRLite may have a higher upfront cost than the standard garage door, the difference is measured by longevity. We weld every door with a 4-sided tubular extrusion that will not sag or become compromised over time. Our unheard of 20-year warranty is a statement to the elevated quality we offer.
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- Revenue, Along with Reputation – When you can cater to larger, higher caliber projects, where the end-user is looking for an exotic wood finish, glass that changes from clear to frosted, an ADA compliant entranceway with pass-through door, or an overhead door to fit a uniquely large wide opening, for instance, you’ll have the solution at your fingertips. Larger projects, with unique demands, mean larger profit margins for dealers. When the customer talks about how perfect their new overhead door is, ArmRLite products make you the hero.
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- We’ve Got Your Back – When partnering with ArmRLite, we become the trusted team you and your customer needs. Our expertise, diverse product line, unique solutions, and friendly customer service are the winning combinations to seal your deals.
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At ArmRLite, we realize you’re not just looking to sell overhead doors to your customers… you’re looking to provide solutions. We also understand that your reputation is only as good as the products you provide. We get it! As noted by President Shannon McGrady, “For six decades we’ve never offered an inferior product, and we don’t intend to start any time soon. We live and die by the reputation of our dealers, so why would we want them to sell anything less in quality?”
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