“To be or not to be? That is the question”, said Hamlet. Well, according to Shakespeare.
Brought up to date about 450 years later, we can imagine Hamlet talking about Fort Lauderdale sliding glass door repair – always assuming he lives in Fort Lauderdale, of course.
“To repair or to replace? That is the question” he might have said as he tried to get out into the yard with a bottle of wine in one hand and a tray of burgers in the other, in an attempt to set up the barbecue that he had arranged for his new girlfriend Juliet (who had recently been going out with another guy called Romeo) and a few family members.
Imagine The Scene: Your Sliding Door Does Not Work
Can you just imagine the scene? There he is trying to open his sliding glass door which has gone on hunger strike and is refusing to budge.
Hunger strike? Yes, it wants a bit of oil, and until it gets that oil it is not going anywhere.
Poor old Hammy.
(Incidentally, this is completely irrelevant, but we wonder why that master playwright, William Shakespeare, called his hero after a row of cottages. In the UK, a community of perhaps up to 2,000 people with a couple of English pubs has always been called a village. A hamlet is just a few cottages in the middle of nowhere).
Anyway, where were we?
Oh, yes. Poor old Hamlet with his sliding door. That doesn’t. Slide, that is.
So he needs Fort Lauderdale sliding glass door repair rather urgently since “Julie Baby” and her family are coming round in a couple of hours for a barbecue.
Who You Gonna Call?
“Who you gonna call?”
That’s us – Glass Window Repair. Yep, we don’t just repair windows, despite the name, we also do Fort Lauderdale sliding glass door repair.
No matter it’s now 7.00 pm. We are open for business 24 hours a day so we can help Hamlet out before Julie Baby – and worse, her disapproving dad – arrive for the 9.00 pm barbecue. (Dad quite liked the Romeo guy, but he’s none too sure about a row of cottages).
We’ll be round in less than 30 minutes in order to fix Hamlet’s problem. We might not be able to sort out a permanent repair, but then again, we might. It depends on the cause of the problem.
What we’ll do is concentrate on Fort Lauderdale sliding glass door repair so that Hamlet can at least get his guests out into the yard. At the same time, if it looks as though the door is on its’ last legs, we’ll give Hamlet a quote for a new door.
After that, what he decides to do about his sliding glass door is entirely up to him. We’ll fix a permanent repair, if we can, or give him the option of a brand new 21st century sliding glass door – you know, with the latest energy-saving glass technology. That saves money on your air conditioning bill.
At least in the meantime we’ve saved his bacon.
Oh, no! Bacon?
That’s a completely different playwright!