The area you live in can dictate part of your decision. You need to look at what energy sources are available where you live. There are heating systems that run on electricity, natural gas, other fuel and wood. You’ll also want to compare what the cost is to operate each kind of heating system.
You know that feeling when you walk into your garage to do some work on a project or use your home gym, only to get hit by that heavy dampness, whether it be cold damp or a hot, humid burst of air. It's not inviting either way, and it can actually lead to serious problems in your garage like mold and mildew or even corrosion. No matter what climate you live in, you need to find a way to combat the humidity in your garage for good. Here are some helpful tips for all seasons and climates.
If you take a look at home design over the past few years, you’ll find that one thing is true – garages just keep getting bigger and bigger. In the past, these were utilitarian spaces with low ceilings, and barely enough room to park a small car.
Have you ever sat and wondered what a torsion spring is? Or maybe how it works in your garage door system? This might not be something you think about until a spring breaks or you are in need of a new garage door system. The spring system in your garage counterbalances the weight of your garage door. This is done so you can easily open the door manually or use an electric door opener to open it for you.