So, you are called by a commercial property management company and are asked to give a quote for floor and carpet cleaning with truck mounted equipment at several of the commercial buildings they manage. You go and measure and put together the quotes for the services they are needing. You spend time and money and if you are a sole proprietor you are not on other jobs making money. All the quotes are in and you get a call from the management company saying you are hired and need to come in for a meeting to explain schedules and closing time for the property. While sitting in the meeting everything is looking great but they ask one last question you have never had to answer. “Can you secure the door partially opened with the hoses coming in?” You start thinking as fast as you can without pausing at all. “I can use a chain and attached it to something, I can use ratchet straps or tie downs, I haven’t seen the doors to see if there are handles to attach to.” Finally, you have no answer on how to prop and lock the commercial door with the hoses and cords coming through and not allowing the door to fully close and lock. After all your time and money invested they say “we’ll call you” we all know what that means. The prop-n-lock is the answer to give to commercial property companies that are looking for maintenance companies to use for the property they are invested in. Look up “store front doors” under google and look at images. This is the type of door that is on a lot of commercial property the prop-n-lock will work on a very high percentage of these types.
This is being used in several states and is starting to go global. When cleaning or repairing commercial stores after hours and need to keep the door locked yet partially open, this is the best tool to keep people from entering for the worker’s safety and store items.
With any type of hoses or extension cords coming in the commercial aluminum door, this device with lock the partially open door with a 2 ½ gape.
Do you have a tile and carpet cleaning job that is scheduled for after hours or very late at night? Is it in an area that is not very safe? Are you taking the risk of being robbed while on a job and need to secure the aluminum commercial door? This is three questions that can be easily answered with a new device called the prop-n-lock