Carl’s Door Service Celebrates National Garage Door Safety Month by Hosting its First Annual “Carl’s Messiest Garage Contest”

“Carl’s Messiest Garage Contest”
“Carl’s Messiest Garage Contest”

[Baldwin, Maryland] May 8, 2014 –To coincide with National Garage Door Safety Month in June, Carl’s Door Service, Inc., together with professional organizing firm Sappari Solutions and junk hauling and removing company BumbleJunk, will launch its first annual Carl’s Messiest Garage Contest to find the most out-of-control, packed from floor to ceiling, overflowing with stuff garage in Baltimore and Harford Counties.


Beginning May 29 through June 27, residents of Baltimore and Harford Counties are invited to post photos of their messy garages on Carl’s Door Service, Inc.’s Facebook page, along with a short statement about why their garage needs a makeover. On June 30, Carl’s Door Service, Inc., Sappari Solutions and Bumble Junk will announce the contest winner, who will receive:


  • A new Clopay garage door installed by Carl’s Door Service, Inc. (up to $1,500 value).
  • Four hours of professional organizing support from the experts at Sappari Solutions.
  • Onsite junk removal courtesy of BumbleJunk (fill up to a quarter of a 12 foot by eight foot by five foot truck at no cost).


“Carl’s Door Service, Inc. is committed to providing our customers with the safest, most attractive garage door solutions available,” said Chris Miller, Carl’s Door Service, Inc. office manager. “National Garage Door Safety Month is a great time to perform a safety inspection of your garage door, especially those equipped with automatic operators, to keep you and your family safe. We hope that with this fun contest we can build awareness for the importance of garage door safety.”


To learn more about Carl’s Door Service, Inc. and Carl’s Messiest Garage Door Contest, visit or “like” us on Facebook.

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