Three Amarr 3552 Aluminum Full View commercial doors were featured on an episode of Discovery’s new show, “Garage Rehab with Richard Rawlings.” The new show, hosted by Richard Rawlings of “Gas Monkey Garage” and “Fast â€˜n’ Loud,” premiered on August 30, 2017. Entrematic was featured in the September 27 episode entitled “Offset Kustoms.”
Rawlings, accompanied by his team of experts (Russell J. Holmes, project manager, and Chris Stephens, garage designer), looks for struggling automotive shops across the country that could benefit from his industry expertise and knowledge. For each shop, Rawlings takes the reins and steers the business from lagging to lucrative.
In “Offset Kustoms,” the targeted shop is a garage in New Caney, TX that outfits trucks and jeeps with custom lift setups. Owners Ryan and MJ acknowledge that the shop has fallen on hard times and needs Rawlings’s help to get back to its former glory.
To do that, however, Rawlings must first remodel the shop. A large part of that remodel included the three Amarr 3552 Aluminum Full View doors. The doors have black anodize frames with 1/8″ thick clear tempered glass. Amarr 3552 doors are a great choice for automotive shops because the large glass panels allow workers high visibility to see in or out of the bays in the shop. The black anodize frames were chosen to give a sleek, modern feel to the faÃ§ade of the garage. The tempered glass was selected to increase safety. “If broken, tempered glass shatters into granular chunks, which are less likely to cause injury than shards of regular glass,” says Steve Roesner, Commercial Product Manager for Entrematic.
The curb appeal of the Amarr 3552 doors did not go unnoticed. “One of my favorite things are the doors,” Rawlings says in the episode. “Amarr garage doors killed it with these super large glass [and aluminum] doors for our shop area!”
To watch the episode “Offset Kustoms” and see how Rawlings was able to revitalize and improve the shop, visit Discovery.com to watch on-demand at any time.