Safety

December 21, 2018
Doors are meant for opening AND closing, and this is especially true of garage doors. Though we might think nothing of opening a garage door to take out the trash cans or leave home by car, if we neglect to close it right afterward it can lead to a lot of problems.
June 29, 2018
Your garage door is one of the most important elements of your home, and it is quite likely the largest moving part of your home. You might have noticed recently that the door doesn’t sound as quiet as it once did, or that there is a bit more of a grinding sound when it opens and closes. Many people don’t think twice about this, and they figure that as long as the door continues to open and close, they don’t have to worry about it. While having an older garage door does not always mean it needs a repair or a replacement, when you notice that there are some strange sounds or other issues with the door, it might be time that you acted on it. If you don’t, you could be exposing your family to all manner of risks.
February 2, 2018
Like any industry, the quality of companies in the garage door business can vary. If you have had a bad experience with one firm, or if someone you know has, you may be wary of all garage door companies. There are skilled and dedicated garage door companies who will handle your project professionally. How can you avoid those that are not serious and find a true garage door pro?
September 1, 2017
You don’t naturally think of garages as being safe play areas for children, I mean, after all you were probably not allowed in your garage as a child. But they don’t have to be the scary, dangerous places we associate them with. With a little care, you can make your garage a safe place for your kids to play.
May 20, 2016
When you’re making repairs and replacing fixtures for your home, you can’t always afford to pay top dollar, so sometimes it makes sense to cut a few corners to cut costs. If you’re like most homeowners, you probably don’t put your garage at the top of your list of expensive renovations and upgrades, so you might be thinking about going with a lower quality garage door to save some money. However, your garage door is actually your first line of defense against home invasions. That’s why it’s important to go with a quality door that’s at least as secure as the front door of your home. Installing a cheaper garage door and garage door opener is a good way to become a prime target for thieves and home invaders.
December 18, 2015
Your garage accommodates lawn mowers and cars just fine. But with all the heavy equipment, dim lighting, and potentially dangerous chemicals, garages often present a significant health hazard to the humans inside them. Fortunately, by taking the right precautions, you can minimize the dangers to you and your family.
September 11, 2015
It is very easy for a burglar to get into your garage door. However, you can use a few pointers to keep burglars from breaking into your door. These tips must be followed so you can keep your place protected for as long as possible while also using good habits for making it secure.
August 14, 2015
Perhaps you live in a “storm belt,” or maybe you just occasionally get a storm that makes you sit back and take notice. Either way, it’s important that you have a durable garage door. Homeowners who don’t consider the wind resistance of their garage door can end up incurring damage in the thousands of dollars. When you’re deciding what type of garage door to purchase, make sure that you inquire about the ratings of various doors. You want to make sure that the door you buy is rated for high wind speeds.
June 5, 2015
Garage doors, just like many other aspects of your home, continue to get better and better with new technology. Not only is the construction and fabrication of garage doors markedly improved from those available just a few decades ago, with the advent of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology, garage doors can be digitally controlled and monitored.
January 5, 2015
You use your garage to store your car, your tools, your equipment, and maybe other valuables you want to keep safe but separate from the rest of your house. However, garages can be the most vulnerable area of a home, as they often serve as a main entrance and exit and are more isolated than the rest of the house.

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