"Window Stuck? You're In Luck!"
Published: 10/12/2009 by Chris Faith
Chris J. Faith, a resident of the Tulsa metro area for over a decade, founded a unique local business this past June. The name of the business is Faith Power Window Repair LLC, which provides a mobile repair service specializing in automotive power windows. The mobile service is free of charge and provides added convenience to the customer. The company also offers competitive pricing. This is the first business of its kind to serve the Tulsa metro area.
Mr. Faith’s first interest in repairing power windows dates back to when he purchased his first car at age fourteen. He bought an old BMW for forty dollars that needed many repairs including four faulty power windows. By researching information and through trial and error he was able to repair the different problems affecting all four windows. Over the next few years he continued to fix different power window related issues for many friends and family members. While attending Owasso High School, Mr. Faith acquired even more knowledge of power window systems by studying automotive technology at Tulsa Technology Center. After his vocational studies, he worked part time for AutoZone while working full time in the repair facilities at Saturn of Tulsa. All of this helped to develop the idea that he could offer something valuable to the community as well as making a living. Once he decided to act on the growing idea, he set out to learn all of the requirements and regulations of owning a business in Oklahoma.
It has been going great since he started the business this past summer. The demand for this new business continues to grow and Mr. Faith has high expectations for the future growth of his company. The local community has been supportive in the process of publicizing this new innovative business venture. Several businesses including Reasor’s, Ron’s Hamburgers and CiCi’s Pizza have contributed to the success by allowing him to post fliers on their public bulletin boards. Mr. Faith would like to thank everyone who has helped him in the surrounding community.
Dont drive around with tape all over your car!