Purchasing a new door for your garage is an expensive investment, but luckily, it’s one you won’t have to undergo very often. Because of that, you want to be sure that you get the perfect door and that it’s installed perfectly by a professional.
The garage door may not be something you think about a lot, at least when it’s in proper working order. However, you must remember that that door is the largest mobile component of your entire home. Many people use the garage as an entry point, even eschewing the front door to make the garage the main access point. That is why it’s crucial that you take care of your family by only trusting a seasoned professional to take care of the repairs you need.
If your garage door recently started making strange noises you’re probably getting a bit worried. The fact that it’s still opening properly is probably reassuring you, but no doubt there’s a mini-you on your shoulder telling you that you should take care of it before this small problem becomes something much bigger.
But there’s just one problem; when you call your garage door specialist, they’re going to want to know what kind of noise your garage door is making, so you need to make sure you can explain what’s going on.
There are a number of things you should consider when contemplating a driveway surface. Some are practical, others are environmental, and some are purely aesthetic. Whatever you choose, a well-surfaced driveway can add real curb appeal to your home. There are a number of different materials available, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages. You want your home to look great, but you’re probably also considering your budget.
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You probably do not spend too much time thinking about your garage door. It opens when you need it to open and it closes when you need it to close. At least most of the time. Most people never think about their doors beyond this, at least not until something goes wrong. However, it might be time that you upgraded your garage door.
You’ve probably seen pictures of pedestrian doors on garages in the past. They look really great and seem very convenient, so people have become fond of posting galleries of them all over the Internet.
The rationalization behind pedestrian doors seems to be, “Instead of opening that big door to get in the garage, I could just walk through a much smaller one.” Read More
We all know that weather is unpredictable, and hoping to enjoy a gorgeous garden full of flowers and vegetables can feel like a gamble.
Garage doors are some of the hardest working pieces of equipment in our entire house. They perform a lot of operations for us on a daily basis. We studied some of the performance challenges that garage doors face during their lifetimes. A lot of these factors have never been considered before. After reading this blog post, you will have a new respect for your garage door! These facts can help you understand exactly what your garage door goes through on a daily basis, how hard it works, and why it’s so important to invest in proper installation and maintenance care. Read More
Technically, nobody is forcing you to insulate your garage. Those R-value levels that you hear about, well, government agencies and energy conservation standards are somewhat unclear about them. If you have an attached garage or one with rooms in the house above it, there are differing minimum standards for the R-value of each. A detached garage requires no minimum R-level.
Of course, if you ever plan to be in your garage for even a small amount of time, it would be nice if it were comfortable, and that’s the main reason most people consider insulating the walls and door of the garage. Space heaters won’t do the job in a freezing garage if the walls aren’t insulated.
Look a little deeper, however, and you’ll see that the case for garage insulation is pretty airtight. Let’s look at the most compelling evidence. Read More