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Enhance Resale Value with a Finished Garage & New Garage Door

With a few tweaks, your garage could be an essential part of your home. By enhancing the garage walls, the flooring, and the door, you could greatly improve your house's resale value. A finished garage can incorporate a number of features, from an updated garage door to improved walls, flooring, lighting, security, efficiency, and [...]

Enhance Resale Value with a Finished Garage & New Garage Door2020-05-23T00:31:17+00:00

Checking Your Garage Door Safety Sensors

Safety sensors are an important feature of all residential automatic garage doors. In fact, federal law requires them on all garage door openers that are manufactured after 1993. For added safety, any automatic garage door opener that doesn’t have a safety reverse mechanism properly connected and installed in it won’t even travel in the down [...]

Checking Your Garage Door Safety Sensors2020-05-14T22:05:42+00:00

Beat the Heat: 6 Garage Cooling Solutions

Few people bother to cool their garages. But on 100°F+ days in Las Vegas, the air temperature inside can get so hot the space is practically useless. West facing garages, darker garage door colors, and the heat from a vehicle can exacerbate the problem. But there are ways to beat the heat, especially if [...]

Beat the Heat: 6 Garage Cooling Solutions2020-05-08T18:24:19+00:00

Is a Carriage House Garage Door Right for My Home?

Garage doors have evolved throughout the centuries, with the earliest garage doors dating back thousands of years. Carriage house garage doors are considered the original garage door, which featured two separate doors that swing outward from the middle. Because the original carriage-style garage doors had difficulty opening due to being blocked by ice and [...]

Is a Carriage House Garage Door Right for My Home?2020-05-04T14:50:32+00:00

Choosing Whether to Repair or Replace a Garage Door

Garage door repair is inevitable. Eventually, homeowners must decide between repair and new garage door replacement. The longer your garage door lasts, the greater the return on investment, or ROI, you get from it. Maintaining it improves reliability and longevity, and can improve home resale value, but how do you decide when the most [...]

Choosing Whether to Repair or Replace a Garage Door2020-04-24T22:49:19+00:00

How to Keep Your Home Safe After Your Garage Remote Is Stolen

This blog post will teach homeowners how to best protect their homes if they find that a burglar stole their garage door opener. The tips in this blog post range from disabling your garage door remote to using your control panel to secure your home after a burglary. The FBI estimated there were 1,230,149 burglaries [...]

How to Keep Your Home Safe After Your Garage Remote Is Stolen2020-04-09T18:56:51+00:00

How to Avoid Garage Door Break-Ins

There is no time like the present to make your home more protected. These are uncertain times. Beyond taking care of your health and the health of your loved ones, making sure your home is safe and secure is definitely at the top of the priority list. It never hurts to take extra precautions. The [...]

How to Avoid Garage Door Break-Ins2020-04-07T18:21:30+00:00