How often do you think about the comfort of your garage? This often-neglected part of the home can be used for a lot of different things, but it also tends to be uncomfortable in the hot and humid summers. Whether you are using this space for a playroom for the kids, a big laundry room, a home gym, or a large workshop, you want it to be comfortable. In warmer climates, the garage can often trap heat and humidity during the summer, making it uninviting for most activities, and cause rust or mold to damage your stored items. Here are four ways to prevent that, and keep the garage feeling great all summer.
If you are happy that your garage door opens and closes as it should, but you aren’t happy with the way it looks, maybe it’s time to consider an update? One of the nicest options is to add decorative windows that coordinate with the overall style of the home or property.
Whether or not there are existing windows in the door, you can add or update them. In this brief guide, we’ll take a closer look at the issue to help you make the right choice.
Nothing can harsh your buzz more than starting to practice yoga when someone comes barging in and takes you out of your relaxed state. That’s why we believe using the garage is an elegant option that isn’t considered nearly enough. You’ll need to do some minor modifications to make the space work, but each alteration is simple to do.
It’s impossible to avoid forever. Every product with mechanical or moving parts, even quality ones, sooner or later shows wear and tear. This includes garage doors. Don’t forget that a garage door is one of these objects that is used most often, maybe 4 to 5 times a day: in the morning to go to work and then coming home, by the kids leaving for school then returning, etc. Increasingly, the garage door has also become the main access door to the house. This regular, repeated, long-term use leads to wear that accumulates causing the failure or breaking of a component, even if annual maintenance has always taken place.
Are you over the color of your garage door? Whether you chose it long ago and your style has grown, or it came in a color you aren’t fond it, now is a great time to change its appearance and give your home a new look. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
In this article, we’ll cover how to paint metal doors, both non-insulated and insulated. For a wood garage door, whether painted or stained, the best thing to do is to contact a local paint dealer. This expert will instruct you on how to do a great job with wooden doors.
Whether you have a new home that you want to enhance with traditional design elements or an older home that already has a classic style, you shouldn’t forget about updating your garage door when you renovate.
Today’s garage doors are much more than utilitarian appliances. They can have the same style of design as your home and can actually enhance your home’s appearance.
Is your garage door the main point of entry into your home? You might not think it is, but if you consider how many times it opens and closes each day and whether you and your family usually enter through it, you’ll probably discover it is your main entrance. Unfortunately, it can pose some risks and that is why any kids in your home need to be trained in optimal garage door safety. Below are our top tips for a basic safety protocol.
Garage doors need to work perfectly every time. These tips from Garaga can help garage owners maintain their door so that they can rely on it for its entire lifespan without worrying about having to make major repairs.
We all wonder what it would be like, don’t we? When a neighbour or family member changes something… Like adding an aluminum covering to their exterior door frame. You’re just sat there wondering to yourself, “is it worth it?” Well, read on and find out!
Garages can be dangerous places, especially if you use them for storage. What’s more, parking in a garage isn’t always straight forward, in fact, there are quite a lot of obstacles to avoid! These tips should help!