By waterproofing garage doors, you actually invest in ways of protecting your valuables and saving money in the long run. It’s a way of weatherproofing garage doors, except here your intention is to keep waters out. So, let us take a closer look at the relative concerns and what you need to do to waterproof your garage door.
If someone tells you that a new overhead garage door will last 30 years, don’t it for granted. The lifespan of garage doors depends on a large number of factors and so it’s not easy to determine exactly how long they will serve you. And then, it’s a question of how they serve you. After 25 years of using the overhead door, you might decide to keep it 10 more years although the door already offers limited security and gives you problems. In other words, the next garage door replacement is also subject to your own personal decisions. But let us rewind back to our original question to examine the factors, which influence the lifespan of garage doors.