Got heavy doors that bump and grind?

Auckland City Harbour News - - Lifestyles -

Slid­ing and bi­fold doors should open and close ef­fort­lessly with wheels hid­den away from sight. Doors with ugly wheels bolted to the sur­face can be re­paired in one visit by an Ex­ceed Main­te­nance fran­chise owner.

With more than 30 dif­fer­ent types of wheel for slid­ing doors stocked in his van, the Ex­ceed fran­chise owner ef­fi­ciently makes your home a bet­ter place to be.

Ex­ceed can make your home a safer place

Ex­ceed Main­te­nance has been help­ing New Zealan­ders cre­ate bet­ter, safer, smarter homes for more than 16 years. They rec­om­mend and in­stall qual­ity locks such as the New Zealan­drange of Albany sur­face mount or mor­tice latches and dead­locks for your slid­ing doors.

They also sup­ply and in­stall fash­ion­able fea­tures like coloured com­po­nents that match or con­trast with your join­ery colour scheme.

Sta­tis­tics tell us there are ap­prox­i­mately 57,000 re­ported bur­glar­ies in New Zealand per year. The ma­jor­ity of th­ese oc­cur from an op­por­tu­nity in the form of open win­dows or through lack of qual­ity se­cu­rity door and win­dow hard­ware. Your Ex­ceed fran­chise owner will work with you to de­ter­mine the best ar­range­ment of se­cu­rity locks for your doors and win­dows.

A smarter home – one key con­ve­nience

Hav­ing a house lot of locks all us­ing dif­fer­ent keys is re­ally in­con­ve­nient. Imag­ine the locks on your front, back, slid­ing or bi­fold doors, your win­dows, and even your gates and sheds all us­ing the same key.

One key con­ve­nience is a ben­e­fit that your lo­cal fran­chise owner can pro­vide when sup­ply­ing and in­stalling your new locks. Re­li­able re­pairs Home­own­ers ap­pre­ci­ate the Ex­ceed un­con­di­tional guar­an­tee. Ex­ceed fran­chise own­ers also re­spect your home by wear­ing pro­tec­tive shoe cov­ers, and all fran­chise own­ers are se­cu­rity checked and wear ID tags.

Visit www.ex­ceed. co.nz and book a visit on­line or call free on 0800239-2333. In ei­ther case, at no cost to you, your lo­cal fran­chisee will call you back.

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