Friday 30 September 2016

Do more with your GaraMatic operator, with the new 4-button hand transmitter

Very soon, our GaraMatic operator packages will be supplied with a new compact 4 button garage door hand transmitter. The new 4 button hand transmitters will incorporate the same ultra-secure technology and ergonomic design as their 2 button counterparts.

So for customers seeking a compact hand transmitter design that will fit on their key ring, or in their pocket more easily than some of the more bulky handsets currently on the market, whilst offering 4 buttons instead of 2, this is a great addition.

Control More Doors with a Compact Design: Because the new hand transmitter has 4 buttons, you can control up to 4 doors, where it was previously just 2 doors.

Programme Each of the 4 Buttons to Perform a Different Function: With more buttons, you could programme one button on the handset to open a gate or garage door, a second button to open the garage door, a third button to turn on the light on the GaraMatic 10 operator unit and, possibly the fourth button to activate the partial opening feature.

Matt Black Textured Surface: The new 4 button hand transmitter features the understated, classy matt black textured surface.

Ultra-Secure Technology: The new 4 button hand transmitter utilises high frequency (868 MHz) encryption signals for added security, ensuring no one can copy your signal. Furthermore, the use of bi-directional radio signals increases the range and reliability of the handset, enabling customers to control their garage door from even further away.

As current stocks run out, GaraMatic operator units will be replaced and shipped with new handsets; two 4 button hand transmitters for GaraMatic 9, and a 4 button and 5 button hand transmitter with GaraMatic 10 and 20 models. For further information on this hand transmitter, check out the Garador website.

Thursday 29 September 2016

Did anyone say Coffee Morning?

It’s that time of year again and we have just finished running our two day coffee morning (28 - 29th September) at the Garador offices here in Yeovil, all in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. This year we introduced savouries, as well as some very delicious sweet cakes, into the mix… just to shake things up a bit, and it has been a real success with £224.00 raised for the charity!!!

Cakes and savouries for Garador Macmillan Coffee Morning

As you can see in the picture above, we saw more delicious cakes to tickle our taste buds, including lemon drizzle cake, chocolate cake, triple chocolate cookies, iced cupcakes, malteser cakes, Oreo cupcakes… and that’s just the sweet stuff. The savouries included a 3 cheese quiche, mini ham and cheese pizzas and sausage rolls… all lovingly home made by the office staff here at Garador.

Feel free to check out the Macmillan Coffee Morning website to find out more about the charity event, including recipes, local events and hosting your own!

Wednesday 14 September 2016

Garador Supports Charity Cycle to work Day

Cycle to Work Day logoGarador have decided to support Britain’s ‘Cycle to Work Day’ and reward any member of staff that cycled to work on 14th September 2016, with a free croissant and coffee!

It was a lovely sunny today in Yeovil and a great day for our Charity ‘Cycle to Work Day’. Lots of Garador staff took part and there was a great effort and some great mileage with both Neil Bond and Pete Rice doing 26 miles putting them at the top of the leader board in terms of distance, although Pete Rice did cycle his route on a mountain bike so probably deserves the crown!

Between all of the Garador staff who took part, they clocked up over 250 miles today and collected over £25 which Garador will make up to £30, before doubling to £60 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Check out the Cycle to Work Day website for more details of how it works.