GVI Precision Body & Paint

GVI Precision Body & Paint Review

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Published: 12 July 2017

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What you should know is that this company is a franchise- that means that all of the offices can be separate companies and different owners. This will help explain why there are so many corporate names, numbers and people involved. Each one is separate but pay a fee to the national office to be associated with them at a rate of about ($1000 per week). My understanding is that they also must purchase certain products from the national group such as springs and rollers, etc.. As to some of the allegations that have been made, I cannot answer to them. They may be individual licensee’s of the franchise or a wide spread problem. I hope it is only individual bad guys and not indicitive of all of the licensees. As to the life of springs- they all will fail eventually due to cyclic fatigue. How many cycles is determined by the thickness of the wire, diameter of spring and length. Most are designed for about 3000 to 5000 cycles. The average use is about 1000 cycles per year. But you can engineer a spring to provide over 40,000 cycles and therefore not to expect to replace that spring before the rest of the door falls apart. I don’t know what precision installs in the way of springs. I hope this helps people understand a little more about franchises and garage doors. Russell slc, Utah U.S.A.

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