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    Default garage door terminology


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    Talking Re: garage door terminology

    That's why I choose words like damaged/rusted hardware, loose fittings, rusted components and improperly installed doohinkies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Nernberg View Post
    That's why I choose words like damaged/rusted hardware, loose fittings, rusted components and improperly installed doohinkies.
    Joe:
    You forgot wachamahcollets and stuff.
    I hafta remember that we are to use non-technikel terms.
    T.Neyedli
    www.alphahomeinspections.ca


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    Great post!

    I am constanty trying to find terms for the thing that supports the opener which is missing a bolt. Or the thing in the middle of, and connected to, the garage door that is missing a bolt etc.


    Adding that link to my Favorites!


    On second tought, after reading some of it, I think it would take forever to find what you are trying to describe. Perhaps referring to components as "hardware" and including a photo is a good way after all.

    Last edited by Vince Santos; 06-08-2007 at 09:08 PM.

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    What... what... I'm hard of hearing.

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