Picture the following scenario. You pull up to your house after a long day at work. It’s hot outside, and all you want to do is park your car in the garage and get inside to some much-needed air conditioning. When you get to the garage door, you grab the opener to raise the garage door, and nothing happens. You click the opener again – and again. Frustrated, you continue to mash the buttons but don’t get any results. Most people would assume it’s the door opener remote. However, you soon find out that it seems like something much more complicated - you have to reprogram your LiftMaster Chamberlain garage door opener.
With convenience becoming more and more paramount to our lives, we’re always looking for ways to simplify our lives with smart systems for the home. The brand-new generation of LiftMaster by Chamberlain garage door openers do just that.
No matter what your reason for wanting to heat your garage, we are here to help you find the best option for you. There are several different types of heating units, and they all have their specific pros and cons.
If you have a garage door, it needs routine maintenance. Neglecting your door could create a host of problems, just as putting off a small ache or pain could turn into bigger issues when you finally visit the doctor.
Nobody wants to head out to their garage door, which may have only been installed a few years before, to find a spot of rust. This can be even more frustrating when you think about the fact that the garage was protected with a coat of high-quality paint.
Owners of small businesses, especially those offering garage services and construction, typically require access to a commercial door. Whether it is for storing tools and gear or providing service, it is essential.
When your old garage door still functions well, but you just don’t like the aesthetic. Is it worth it to paint that old wood or metal door, or should you just go ahead and replace the system with a more modern look?
It can be a hard choice which is why we put together this little article to help you decide. To paint or not to paint!