Farmingville Garage Doors

Above & Beyond Garage Doors is a company that Long Islanders trust for all of their garage door needs.  Residents of Suffolk and Nassau County have been using this business for over 15 years.  Above & Beyond Garage Doors is a fully licensed and insured team of professionals that specialize in design.  Custom hardware, elegant colors, modified window frames, and efficient insulation are offered to help create a garage door that fits your home and personal style. 

Whether you need garage door installment, replacement, repair, inspection, or routine maintenance, Above & Beyond Garage Doors prides themselves in their smooth an efficient service.  Free estimate are offered to ensure fair pricing and a 24 hour line is offered for emergencies. 

Each technician is expertly trained in a wide variety of garage door brands and styles.  Trucks arrive to your Farmingville home, fully equipped for same day service on repairs.  Knowledgeable professionals can assist in finding a garage door opener that perfectly fits your home's garage door.  Call to schedule an appointment with the specialist at Above & Beyond Garage Doors today.  (631)-736-0369.

The Technicians at Garage Door company Above & Beyond Garage Doors professionally install, repair, and service all kinds of residential and commercial doors throughout the area of Farmingville, NY.

Farmingville is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 15,481 at the 2010 census.

Farmingville is in the town of Brookhaven. The Brookhaven Town Hall is on the east side of Bald Hill in the community.

Sachem High School East is located in Farmingville.

The first settlement in what is now called Farmingville occurred in the late 18th century, and was called Bald Hills and Mooney Ponds, before it eventually was called Farmingville (though the soil and hills are not good for agriculture). The Keibel Family had a 72-acre fruit and vegetable farm from 1950 till 1982. It did not have its own post office until 1950.

The home of Elijah Terry, the first teacher in the local school, was built in 1823 and sits next to the Bald Hills Schoolhouse, built in 1850. The schoolhouse is in the National Register of Historic Places.

Bald Hill, one of the highest points on Long Island, is located on the Ronkonkoma Moraine, where the glacier which formed Long Island stopped its advance. At the top of Bald Hill is Vietnam Memorial Park, which includes an obelisk-shaped monument painted red, white, and blue, which was dedicated on Nov. 11, 1991. The Bald Hill Cultural Center features the outdoor Brookhaven Amphitheater and was previously the location of a ski area from 1965-80.

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    Great Job! On time! Excellent!

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    Dennis provided outstanding customer service. He was always available and willing to troubleshoot a problem. He was unwilling to charge for his time and advice and took a sincere interest in solving the problems.And was willing to travel the extra miles to reach our home.
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    I wish all contractors ran their businesses like Above & Beyond do. They called and showed up when they said they would. They had a problem with their truck one morning and called to inform me. And their price was reasonable. This is the way to run a business. Highly recommended!
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    Very professional
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    Their response was very quick and Dennis came right away. He did everything he said and the garage openers (2) are working fine, within 45 minutes. I would recommend them to others as dependable and knowledgeable, and readily available.



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