December 21, 2018
When it comes to your garage door, you do not want to pay too much, naturally. However, you also do not want to pay too little, as this could come back to haunt you. You want a great door that is going to last. When you are shopping for a new garage door system, including the door, the hardware, and the electric garage door opener, you do not want to put your trust in just any dealer or any door. You need to be careful about choosing a great option that works for your needs and your budget, but if you try to find the cheapest option… you are generally going to end up with work that is less than satisfactory.
December 21, 2018
It happens to the best of us; we are in a rush as we arrive home and as we dash from the car to the house, we skip some important steps…and not the ones on the stairs! No, we might ignore clicking the button that closes the garage door, and it is one of the worst mistakes we might make.
December 21, 2018
When you hear the phrase “spring break,” you may think about fun in the sun. Unfortunately, not everyone has an exciting spring break. Especially when the spring break involves a loud, sudden noise from the garage. When you break a spring on your garage door, you may be startled or worse. After you take a moment to catch your breath, you take a look where the noise came from. Sometimes it isn’t as obvious as you might think. However, once you look up toward the ceiling, you may see that the lifting spring is no longer intact and is instead in two pieces.
November 30, 2018
Similar to the slight rattle you ignore while driving your car, you can get used to small noises or irregularities that signal your garage door is still working properly. Unfortunately, your garage door is often times ignored until it quits functioning altogether, but your car you take in for routine maintenance.
November 30, 2018
Your garage door is old, but it seems to be working fine. In most cases, it’s probably made out of metal, but it may be wood. However, it is beginning to show signs of its age. Is it worth your time and energy to repaint it, or should you invest in a new garage door system? It’s not necessarily a clear-cut decision. Below, we’ll discuss some of the factors that should be considered during your decision-making process.
November 30, 2018
Were you aware that there is a residential burglary every 90 seconds in Canada? It is even worse in the US with a burglary every 18 seconds. Plus, about 80% of the ones in Canada and 60% of the American break-ins happen during daylight hours. We hate to say it but, the garage door makes for one of the best points of entry for those with dishonorable intentions to gain access to your home. Also, garages themselves are often the target because of the all the easily moveable and valuable items contained inside. Things like motorcycles and mountain bikes are often stored with easy access in the garage. Negligence is usually the main reason most robberies occur.
November 2, 2018
Who would not love the chance to make summer last just a little bit longer? There’s good news. If you have a carport, you can use it to achieve that goal. It’s actually relatively straightforward to turn a carport into living space, and even enclose it to become a garage. Below, we’ll discuss what you need to know to get things rolling.
October 26, 2018
It is always possible to do home renovation work yourself, especially if you are pretty handy. Yet, Some jobs really should be left to the experts, unless you happen to have the technical skills necessary to do outstanding work.
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.

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