Brandon, Florida Door Repair Service
Door Repair, Parts & Commercial Service
AMPM DOOR REPAIR SERVICE.
CALL US TODAY AT: (800) 837-0747.
WE PROVIDE SAME DAY SERVICE TO MOST AREAS.
AMPM Door Service has been servicing the surrounding areas of Brandon, fl. since 1992. At AMPM Door Service, we are trained to repair commercial doors. Our door repair experts can service, replace or repair storefront doors, mail slotted doors, glass doors, automatic doors, sliding doors, handicap doors, metal doors, herculite doors, emergency doors, roll up doors, or fire proof doors, just to name a few.
We carry a wide variety of hardware such as Sensor, garage door thresholds, track rollers, lever handle, magnetic locks, mortise cylinders, door closers, panic exit devices, Jackson hardware, pivots, locks, hinges, or weather stripping amongst many, many more.
Also, we will replace glass on any storefront or glass door. Whether you need Impact glass, custom made glass, poly/plexiglass, tempered glass, colored glass, or double pane glass we got it all!! We can provide emergency board up service for vandalized doors or break-ins. Give us a call, day or night, weekends, or holidays and allow us to make all the doors in Brandon safer and more efficient!!
AMPM DOOR REPAIR SERVICE CALL 813-654-6212
SAME DAY SERVICE IN MOST AREAS
(Servicing a 50 mile radius)
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Here are 3 fun facts about California
The name “Alpharetta” means “First Town”, Derived from two Greek words: “Alpha” meaning first and “Retta” meaning town.
Fact # 2:
Original town charter imposed a tax limit of $25/year. On December 11th, 1858, the original town charter was created. The charter allowed the government to pass a tax on every business, however, the tax could no exceed $25.00 per year.
Fact # 3:
Alpharetta wasn’t always part of Fulton County – Originally, Alpharetta was the first chartered in Milton County. However, during the Great Depression Milton County was nearly bankrupt. The county agreed to merge with the flourishing area to the north – Fulton County. Alpharetta remains a part of Fulton County to this day.