Garage Doors

July 6, 2021
Have you decided that it’s time to change out your commercial garage doors? Whether that’s the case or you’re buying commercial doors for the first time, there are several things to be aware of while you do your shopping.
March 24, 2021
If you want to add to your home’s curb appeal, you should consider upgrading the look of your garage. Not only can this improves the look of your home, but it can also add a lot of value. Of course, when it comes to resale, adding value to your home through simple upgrades can really pay off.
January 13, 2021
What if you need to have a dedicated home office, but you don’t have enough room? You might have more space than you think. Consider converting your garage into a home office. It’s a relatively easy solution that gives you the room you will need.
October 6, 2020
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.
January 16, 2020
Since nearly everyone uses the Internet anymore, all sorts of things are said that may not actually be true. Some of these myths have even spread to garage door systems, as strange as it might seem.
August 30, 2019
With all the tasks that need to be completed when running a small business considering your garage doors may often slip off the list of priorities. Even though your larger doors aren’t in the residential category, as they are likely 10 feet wide and 12 feet high, they still need to be properly maintained.
July 26, 2019
When you think of your garage, what comes to mind? Is it just a place to store your car? Or is it just junk storage? Is it an unused area of the home that you rarely even think about? Chances are good that even if you park your car in the garage on a regular basis, you don’t really think much about the garage itself.
December 21, 2018
You’ve probably heard this before or something just like it. It remains true when you are looking to purchase a new garage door system, which will typically include the actual door as well as an electric garage door opener and the appropriate hardware. However, that doesn’t stop many of us from hearing that voice in our heads asking us if someone can get the job done for less cash. It can be tempting to go with the least expensive option, but you have to remember that when you pay less, you often also get less – less experience, less customer service, and less quality products.
November 30, 2018
When it comes to your vehicle, you probably often get used to small noises or quirks that don’t cause issues. The same may apply to your garage door, as well. If the door opener works the way it should, many put no thought into new noises. With a car, everyone knows there are maintenance tasks that are required no matter how well the vehicle drives, but this may not be common for garage doors.
October 26, 2018
Nearly everyone already knows what the average size of a residential garage door is. If it is a single door, the width will be around 8 or 9 ft. with a height of 7 or 8 ft. In the case of a double garage door, the height is the same, but the width can range from 14, 16, or 18 ft. If you’re going to purchase a new sports utility vehicle (SUV) or a recreational vehicle (RV), you may wonder if this is enough space. The width of an SUV is pretty standard, so the most important consideration is the height. In many cases, an 8 ft. high door won’t quite cut it.

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