Brian Neufeld’s Zone Garage Fraser Valley was awarded the 2019 Business Service Excellence award from the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce, in recognition of all their community service.

Brian Neufeld’s Zone Garage Fraser Valley was awarded the 2019 Business Service Excellence award from the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce, in recognition of all their community service.

4 ways a new garage floor helps your community

Zone Garage Fraser Valley will revamp your garage and spread the love around Abbotsford

When it’s time to revamp your garage or workshop, upgrade the floors, and build custom storage to organize all your toys, community service might not be your first thought. But when you shop small and invest locally, the money you spend on your renovation will end up back in your community, helping your neighbours.

Brian Neufeld does a lot of community outreach through his company Zone Garage Fraser Valley — so much that they were awarded the 2019 Business Service Excellence award from the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce.

“I’ve lived in Abbotsford my whole life and have always been community-focused. With Zone Garage we give as much as we can,” he says.

Install a hardy Polyurea floor in your garage, balcony or warehouse and you’ll be helping these local charities:

  1. Abbotsford Food Bank: Five years ago Neufeld and four friends started working with the food bank, and now a gang of 80+ people helps out at the warehouse once a month. “I wanted to show my kids and coworkers that we have the time, and we can make a difference.” You can join them at the food bank warehouse 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on the third Saturday of the month — check the Facebook page for updates.
  2. Extreme Home Repair: Every year since 2004, the Seventh Day Adventist charitable organization Acts of Kindness helps one Fraser Valley family renovate their home to better face a health crisis or other difficult circumstance. Zone Garage donated a floor to the 2019 renovation, and is excited to help with future projects. Their floors are great for under a barbecue on the patio, withstanding the rain on a walkway, in the home gym or of course in the garage.
  3. Abbotsford Hospice Society: A child old enough to love is old enough to grieve, and so this past Christmas Zone Garage donated over 300 stuffed animals to help children facing the death of a friend or family member.
  4. Abbotsford SPCA: When the BC SPCA needed a new floor, they knew who to call. With Neufeld’s track record in the community, Zone Garage was the obvious choice. The Polyurea floor is strong enough to withstand bumps and scratches from pet claws and metal crates, plus it’s easy to clean. A few months later Zone Garage applied that same coating to the reception desk, giving a much-needed face-lift to the welcome area.

Zone Garage manufactures its own Polyurea flooring that’s three times more durable than epoxy, poyurethane or polyaspartic, and is installed and ready to use within 24 hours. It comes with a 20-year guarantee! The ZG-Wall storage system uses heavy duty recycled PVC to protect your wall and easily mount shelves, baskets and hooks. They also build custom metal cabinetry for all your storage needs. Call Neufeld today at 604-615-1824 for your next industrial, commercial or residential project!

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Join Zone Garage at the Abbotsford Food Bank on the third Saturday of every month to help sort donations in the warehouse!

Join Zone Garage at the Abbotsford Food Bank on the third Saturday of every month to help sort donations in the warehouse!

The Zone Garage polyurea floor is great for patios, warehouses, trailers and more!

The Zone Garage polyurea floor is great for patios, warehouses, trailers and more!

4 ways a new garage floor helps your community

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