Protect Your Overhead Door By Winterizing Your Garage

Posted on: 22 October 2019

With winter quickly approaching, now is a great time to winterize the garage and take care of your overhead doors to prevent the need for costly repairs in the future. Winterizing your garage also means that you can save some money on utility bills with the changing seasons. These tips will help you ensure that your overhead garage door is in great shape for the changing of the seasons. Check the Weather Stripping of Your Overhead Door
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4 Ways To Use Your New Garage Space

Posted on: 18 March 2019

Your garage can be more than a space for your vehicles. Your garage is an extension of your home and can be used in a variety of ways to improve your overall life. Here are a few creative and functional uses for your garage area. #1 Storage A storage space is one of the most functional ways to make use of your space. You don't want to overwhelm your garage with excess junk; you want to make sure that you build a functional storage space.
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Getting A New Garage Door? Tips For Improving Its Curb Appeal

Posted on: 9 November 2018

You may not realize it, but the door on your garage consumes a lot of what people see when they look at your house. While you may think a garage door shouldn't be something special, it should be if you are concerned about the curb appeal of your home. These tips can help your garage door look great so your home will stand out. Simulate The Look Of Wood You may want to make your home look a bit more rustic with a wood garage door, but don't want to deal with having a door made with actual wood.
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Dealing With A Broken Door On Your Garage

Posted on: 18 July 2018

The garage door on your garage can be difficult to deal with if it is damaged in some way. Whether the door is physically damaged or it just does not want to operate properly, fixing the door is not as easy as just changing a hinge or making a quick adjustment. The doors are heavy, the system can be complex, and there are some parts of the door that can cause injury to someone working on them without the right tools.
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