Your garage door probably isn’t something you think about very often, I mean, you press the button on the remote and it opens and closes, so everything’s working fine, right?
Buying a new garage door is an investment. It’s definitely not something you’re going to replace every two years, so you need to make sure it lasts.
The only way to ensure you are buying a quality, durable product, is to use a professional.
One of the cheapest ways to start your garden is to sow your own seeds in the late winter or early spring. Gardeners who get an early start on the growing season usually plant their seeds in their kitchen so that they can get natural sunlight or they establish an indoor garden in their basement under artificial light.
Have you ever really thought about everything you ask your garage door to do? We’ve evaluated some garage door performance challenges that most owners have never even given a second thought. Chances are you’ll see your garage door in a new light after reading this article! But you’ll also truly understand why you need to invest in a quality product and have it fitted by professionals.
While garage insulation is a common practice in most homes, what is its worth? There aren’t any government or housing standards that require us to insulate, so why do it? Some standards require insulation for a house with an attached garage, just to give the same common value to all walls. But houses with a detached garage have no rules.
So, is insulating your garage really worth it? Most people do it to achieve better comfort as they treat their garages as another room of the house. For those who use garages as bedrooms or important storage spaces, it may be wise to have an insulated and dry space.
Below are six reasons why insulating, drying, and heating your garage may be worth it. After reading this guide, you may want to consider insulation as your next housing project. Read More
Sometimes there is too much choice! Imagine you’re going over the plans for your new home with the developers but two of them keep butting heads. One is insisting two single garage doors will look best, and the other thinks you should choose a double garage door. Of course, the choice is yours, so what do you choose?
We’ve written this article to help you decide which type of garage door you should opt for.
If it has come time for you to install a new garage door opener, you probably have many questions. After all, there are so many factors to consider when making such an important purchase. If you haven’t evaluated the situation, but know you need that new opener, here are the points to keep in mind:
If you’re like most people, there comes a time when you peer into the depths of your garage and realize that it’s gotten totally out of control. You may have stuck things there with good intentions, but in reality you’ll never use them again. Or, you may simply have allowed the clutter and disorganization to get out of hand.
Then winter sneaks up on you, and suddenly you realize it would be very nice if you could actually park in the garage. You can make this a reality! It will simply take a little time and effort, and a few well-planned steps.
Any time you use your door opener remote, you expect that the garage door will open without a hitch. If your kids use the exterior keypad to get in when coming home from school, you likely don’t expect them to run into any trouble either.
But what happens when the garage door, which is one of the largest moving parts in most homes, just doesn’t work? What if your door is stuck in a position that leaves your home open when you aren’t home? By taking a few minutes twice a year to assure yourself that your garage door is in great shape, you can eliminate any worry you have that your home will ever be unsafe.