Last week, Jonathan and I attended the Laguna Niguel Chamber of Commerce monthly breakfast. We renewed our membership for the sixth year and were presented with a plaque acknowledging our involvement with the chamber. As you can tell by the photo, we had a great time and are looking forward to maintaining this positive community relationship.
“The Laguna Niguel Chamber of Commerce mission is to stimulate & support a strong relationship between the business community, residents, local government; to promote a positive economic environment & enhance the quality of life.”
Using your front door is a thing of the past– most of us go inside through our garage door. Do you even carry a house key anymore? Most don’t.
Last Thursday night we had a power outage here in Orange County that affected over 120,000 homes and offices. (ABC Local) If you were planning on using your garage door or gate during that 3 hour window, you were either locked in or out. We look to our garage doors and gates for security but when the power goes we become trapped.
Here at Entry Systems we received many calls due to the power outage. Our advice– be prepared before it happens again. We know the only time you think about your gate and garage door is when it’s broken, but you need to be prepared for the unexpected.
My favorite story is from a power outage that happened about a year ago. I know a woman in her 50’s who fortunately had a neighbor who was able (and willing) to climb up the second story balcony to let himself in through the sliding door! If only her door still worked.
We want you to be able to depend on your garage door or gate, even when the power goes out. That’s why we are currently including the battery backup with any LiftMaster 8360 or 8550 garage door opener that is installed. Gate operators that come with the battery back up are the CSW24V and CSL24V. We’re here to help.