How to Transform Your Garage Door without Replacing It

Even if your old garage doors function well, they’ve surely seen better days. Although the main thing is to ensure they run flawlessly so that they won’t be any safety concerns, small transformations that will alter the garage door design will definitely go a long way. With some small makeovers, your garage door looks like new and your home value goes up. Read More

How to Make Your Garage Door Dashing

Let’s call a spade a spade. Garage doors are dashing only when they look at their very best and function flawlessly. Nobody will be impressed by a rotten sectional garage door with falling parts that makes a loud noise and fails to close all the way down. So turning an eyesore garage door into a dashing garage door is more than just adding a few trims or repainting it. Read More

Why Carriage House Garage Doors Gain in Popularity

While carriage house garage doors weren’t very popular 15 years ago, they are the number one preferred style today. One can’t help wondering what happened during these years. And what made carriage style garage doors gain in popularity. Read More

5 Reasons to Replace the Garage Door Opener

When electric garage door openers don’t work correctly or fail to meet all current industry standards, it’s time to take the big step. Getting a new opener is a big deal, but not all that big a deal either – if you follow. Read More

Traditional, Modern & Craftsman Garage Doors

The style of garage doors is defined by their design. The main categories are traditional, modern and Craftsman garage doors with several variations in between. And each is distinguished for its own design. The material doesn’t always play the prime role in defining the garage door style. Although wood has been always considered traditional, it may as well serve as an excellent material for modern doors. On the other hand, it’s hard to place a glass garage door in the list of traditional designs. So, let’s see the features that identify the three main garage door styles. Read More

Electric Garage Doors: Why Regular Maintenance is a Must

Today, most garage doors are automatic. You will hardly find a neighbor with a manually operated garage door. That belongs to history. And it makes sense. Who wants to strain their backs when the overhead garage door can go up with the click of a button? And this brings us closer to our main point here. The main component of electric garage doors is the opener.

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Garage Door Tips: The Best Ways to Bring Natural Light into the Garage

There are infinite choices when it comes to designing custom garage doors. You take a piece of paper out and it really becomes your blank canvas where you can experiment with different garage door styles until you find the style that best pairs with your home’s architecture and personal taste. So far so good. But sometimes, it’s necessary to include a small or big list of things you like in the garage or activities you might like to engage tomorrow in the garage. This approach will help you focus on the small details that will make all the difference when it comes to the construction of the garage, conversions, or designing an overhead garage door that will offer so much more than beauty. One of the biggest issues in garages is light. There is never enough, especially if you do more than simply park the car there. And so here we are suggesting three ideas of how to bring natural light into the garage.

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Waterproofing Garage Doors: Why, When, and How

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.

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Garage Doors: How Long Do They Last?

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.

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