Should I change my garage door?

If your garage door is in good shape and opens and closes, you probably don’t really give it a second thought.
But, maybe you should be paying it more attention, after all, it represents, on average, a third of your home’s façade, it’s the largest moving component of your home, and most people use it as the main point of access.
Most people will just live with things until they really need repairing or replacing, and only take action when they get so irritated with something they want to pull their hair out. These are the kind of factors that should be driving you to changing your garage door. We’ve listed the top seven reasons why you should change your garage door.
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You Can Start Your Gardening in the Garage

You love the idea of having a gorgeous garden. Perhaps you would like to start a nice vegetable garden, or maybe you want to add some color to your yard with some gorgeous flowers. Of course, you know that it can be expensive to buy plants that have already been started, and you know that just planting in the yard without starting the seeds does not always provide you with the yield that you would like. Have you thought about using your garage to start the seeds before replanting them? It’s easier than doing it in your kitchen, and it could be more comfortable than doing it in the basement, if you even have a basement.
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Your garage door is stronger than you could ever imagine!

Have you ever actually thought about everything your garage door does for you, every day? We went ahead and evaluated some of the performance challenges that your garage door may find itself subjected to, some that most homeowners would never even have thought to consider. You’ll look at your garage door in a whole new light by the time you’re done with this blog. And, you’ll have a much better understanding of how necessary it is to invest in a top quality product, and have it installed by industry professionals. Read More

Should You Insulate Your Garage?

Have you been wondering whether insulating the garage is really needed or not? There might be some building standards that require homes with an attached garage to have a certain R-value for the walls that are shared with the home, or for the ceiling if you have a room above your garage. If it is a detached garage, there are no regulations you need to follow when it comes to the insulation. Therefore, some people say they do not see the point in insulating their garage.
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Should I Choose a Single Garage Door or a Pair?

When you are designing your new home, one very common decision to be faced with is the type of garage door you should install. A single large door, or a pair of small doors? Many developers will insist on one or the other, with plenty of reasons why they prefer that model. However, you should consider all the factors to ensure that you get the garage door that works best for you. Here are a few things that you need to know to make the best decision between the two, both to fit your lifestyle and to complement your house.
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5 Easy Steps to Reclaim Your Garage

Take control of your garage space!

Have you found yourself standing in your garage, overwhelmed by the mess? Is your garage full of things you no longer use – things you haven’t looked at in years?
Year after year, as the weather gets colder, we start thinking of parking our cars in our garages. But what if there’s no room? By reading our five easy steps, you can learn how to reclaim your garage. Discover how to transform your garage to meet your needs.
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Is Your Home’s Garage Door Opener Safe?

Garage door openers are so convenient that it’s easy to take them for granted. You just press the button on your door opener remote, and your door opens for you every time. In fact, more and more people are using their garage door as the main door in and out of their home. Even the kids just use the exterior keypad to get inside when they get home from school
It’s all too easy, though, to forget that your garage door is the biggest moving part on your entire home, and that it needs occasional maintenance to be safe. When was the last time you did an inspection or any maintenance on yours?
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