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October 19, 2018
Basically, a single door is roughly 8 or 9 ft. wide and 7 or 8 ft wide tall. You can likely picture it in your mind. The double garage doors come in similar heights to the single doors, but the widths run between 14 ft tall and 18 ft wide. It may not be tall enough to fit a larger sports utility vehicle or SUV, however, even if you have a garage door that is on the taller end of the spectrum. It most certainly will not be tall enough to match the heights of an RV or recreational vehicle. An 8 ft tall door just won’t do for most RVs.
February 24, 2017
Garage doors… they’re just metal objects that close off your garage, right? Wrong! Garage doors work harder than you think. To prove to you just how hard your garage door works daily, we’ve evaluated some performance challenges your door is put through. You’re about to see your garage door in a whole new light.
January 20, 2017
Have you ever considered insulating your garage, but wonder if it’s worth the time and the expense, or if there are any building standards in place that would compel you to do so? As to rules and regulations, there are none.
December 16, 2016
It may be a choice that came at you unexpectedly. You were sitting down with your contractor or builder, looking the different issues involved in designing a new home or garage, and they ask whether you want one or two single garage doors. This is actually an issue of importance, but one that many overlook when visualizing a new home or construction project. So, which is the right choice? It all boils down to a few factors, and what is best for your needs.
November 2, 2016
Building or renovating a garage? While there’s a lot you’ll need to do in terms of ensuring the right overall design is used, that the proper insulation is added and more, you also need to pay attention to the type of lighting used throughout. You have quite a few options, but they’re not all the same and they don’t work in the same way. You’ll need to choose your lighting type based on your intended usage of the space in your garage. Let’s consider a few tips to make things easier on you.
October 7, 2016
You’ve finally decided to take the plunge and buy a new garage door opener! You know that this purchase will make life a lot easier and more convenient, but you should also know that there are a few things to consider as you choose the right garage door opener for your home.
September 14, 2016
Have you ever wanted to create a special playroom for your kids, but you don’t have an extra room in your house to convert? This very problem was recently overcome by one of our employees, who had a brilliant thought: Why not convert the garage into a place where the kids could get a little loud and messy? With a toddler son and another on the way, she definitely needed a space where her kids would be able to hang out and play safely for years to come.
September 9, 2016
How often have you stood in front of your garage door and lamented at what a disaster it was inside? You certainly aren’t alone in this. Many people have messy garages filled with items they no longer use and that are just taking up space. They have a cluttered and disorganized mess that is not doing them any favors in terms of smart space usage.
July 23, 2016
The garage door is one of those things you don’t think about very often. You go to the garage in the morning, get in the car and go. Come home, you click a button, the door opens, you enter, that’s the end of it. Everyone takes it for granted that the garage door can open and close out any problems when they hit that button on the remote. Many people even use the garage door as the main entryway for their house, using the exterior keypad to get in when coming home from work or school, or after they been working in the yard.
May 20, 2016
It is a simple fact of life that most homeowners find themselves forced to “cut corners” if they are to reduce costs. These corners can range from simple things like cheaper lightbulbs or cut-rate cleaners. However, in almost every decision of this kind, there could be some “costs” that you may not initially recognize.

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