Knuckles Brothers Garage Doors & Central Vacs

Thursday, May 24, 2012

People look for the most value and savings in every dollar they spend, and the goal of Knuckles Brothers Garage Doors & Central Vacs, 1722 Cravens Road, Poplar Bluff, Mo., is to help the people in Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas obtain their goals, said Heather Easterday, office manager.

"We know what our customer needs, the value of service and installation," said Easterday, adding the business offers "our customers service and knowledgeable installers and staff."

Mark and Butch Knuckles started Knuckles Bros. Construction in 1999 and in a few years, "We saw a need for a competent reliable customer-oriented garage door business," so they opened Knuckles Brothers Garage Doors & Central Vacs, in 2010.

Easterday explained, the company's addition of the Garage Door Division came about when "we realized there was a need for a courteous, reliable, and professional overhead door supplier in our area. Our experience obtaining overhead doors for projects we were bidding or constructing reinforced our decision to begin this new division. We are proud to offer full service installation, parts, and a show room. We offer a variety of doors including residential, commercial, and industrial. We also have a variety of operators for the doors to fit your needs. We sell to the retail public and we also offer special pricing for contractors. Based on our company principal of quality we chose to obtain the dealership of Windsor Republic Doors, known to be a top provider of quality overhead doors nationally. Following the same principal offering Liftmaster Professional Openers and Accessories."

Not only does the company strive to offer value and savings, they provide family friendly service, Easterday said.

"We have two of Mark's sons in construction and Mark and Butch's nephew works as an installer for garage and central vac," she said.

The Knuckles see their business continuing "to grow and provide detail oriented and friendly service in Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas," Easterday said.

The business is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information about the business view the company's website at

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