27 December 2017
If you intend to keep the cold, wind, heat and sometimes wet out of your home, it is a good idea to weatherproof your garage door. Basically, the intention of weatherproofing is to protect your door from water damage and, of course, prevent water from entering your garage. The thawing and refreezing actions during winter can significantly damage your door and shorten its lifespan. It also does not look too good and will throw off the appearance of your house.
23 December 2017
You find the perfect home and you discover that your home comes with two garages or comes with a large garage designed to house several cars. The problem is that you only have one car, and you aren't sure what to do with the rest of your garage. However, with some creativity, you can turn your extra garage space into an asset. Entertainment Space Your garage can serve as a place for entertaining.
18 December 2017
If your garage door isn't working properly, it could be a problem with your springs. You might not realize this, but if your torsion springs are functioning properly, your garage door won't work the way it should. In fact, once the torsion springs break, your garage door might not open at all. If you're thinking about replacing the torsion springs as a do-it-yourself project, you should rethink that decision. Torsion springs are nothing to play with, and they're definitely not something that should be tackled as a DIY project.
13 December 2017
If you have finally sprung for that new garage door, then you may be looking forward to using it. If the door seems to spring back up immediately once you close it, then this is obviously a sign of malfunction. However, do not panic just yet. Keep reading to understand why this issue is happening and what you can do to fix it. Why Is The Garage Door Opening? If your garage door hits the concrete threshold and opens up again, then there is a chance that debris is causing this to happen.