All About Against The Grain Inc. (Law Enforcement Service Plan)

Against The Grain Inc.

(Law Enforcement Home Service Plan)

399a Walnut Street
Yonkers New York 10701
914-338-7288 Office
914-224-5862 Cell

Against the Grain Incorporated is a computer and appliance repair service company that has be operating since April, 2002. The services speak for itself. We run a no hassle business that extends from Long Island to Connecticut back down through New Jersey.  We come to your home and inventory your home appliances to make sure that they are working properly.  Once they have been inventoried and they are working properly they can be put on our plan.  From that point on we are 100% responsibly for repairs.  If your unit needs repairing before you sign up there will be a limited fee of $25.00 per unit for our repair plus parts if needed. Our Monthly fee is $21.00 a month for an unlimited amount of TV's, Tablets Desk Top & Laptop computers and other home electronic equipment that you own.


Either way you will save on repair cost and service fees.  All estimates is free, all house calls is free, all pick-up and delivery is free. We have built this business to benefit our Law Enforcement Officers that put their lives on the line to protect and serve our citizens.


Our life time payment plan is simple.  We have a company that automatically deducts your monthly payment directly from your credit card or debit card account. Or you can pay annually, Or payroll deduction.  We have a very flexible payment plan for our Law Enforcement Officers.  After that, all you do is call us when you need us and start saving money.
Along with our plan we will pay $500.00 off your auto deductible should you have an auto accident. To receive this discount you must use one of our affiliated repair shops.  We also pay the difference should you want a rental auto the same size as the auto that’s being repaired.


My name is Lawrence A. Smith and I put this business together for all of the wonderful Law enforcement Officers that risk their lives for the citizens of the Tri-State area.  I am also a Law Enforcement Officer from the New York State Department of Community & Correctional Services.  Being a Law Enforcement Officer, I too know how hard the job that we perform is and sometimes we do need a break.


Sincerely
Lawrence A Smith