A new garage door can change the whole look of your home. You can highlight that new look even more by adding the right outdoor lighting around the garage door. You might as well light up your new purchase so you can get the full effect of the enhancement you’ve added.
The color of your garage door…is it still appealing to you, in style, or well suited to your home? If not, now is a perfect time to consider updating it and getting a tidy and fresh look. Of course, that is a bit easier said than done if you’ve never refurbished or simply painted your garage door before!
No worries! In this article, we are going to look at non-insulated and insulated metal doors, and how to paint them. If you have a wooden door, it is a good idea to contact your local paint or stain dealer. They can steer you towards the best methods and materials to use for a good outcome.
Is the garage you are building well-lit for all those projects you plan to do? Or, do you already have a garage where the lighting really isn’t sufficient? Illuminating your garage can be easy when you know exactly what types of lighting you need. Here are some tips for lighting up your space.
When we examine current day garage doors, the system which opens a sectional door hasn’t changed much since the 1970s, except perhaps for the efficiency of today’s materials.
We know that homeowners look for garage doors that are low maintenance, properly insulated to reduce energy costs, all while having a design that complements the architecture and style of their home.
Some homeowners are looking for ways to make extra storage space, especially if they don’t have a lot of land area. See how a basement room can be turned into a garage. To achieve this, the owners replaced their patio door with a garage door, which is 6’10’’ wide by 6’6’’ tall. They also installed an electric garage door opener.
How much time and effort have you already spent making sure that the color of your house is perfect? Chances are you spent hours looking for the perfect paint or siding that you love for the property, as many homeowners will do. You put in all of the work to choose a great color to help improve the curb appeal of your home. You might’ve put in some extra weekends working on your own landscaping, or even hired someone to get things in shape for you. Everything’s perfect for your home’s exterior. Or is it? If you haven’t thought about the color you will be using for your garage door, then you still have some thinking to do.