If you have an older garage door but it is not in your budget to replace it right now, there are things you can do to improve it. This will help your garage door last longer to give you time to save for a new one. Below are two tips on how you can do this to help you get started. Repair the Garage Door Even if you have small problems with your door, such as it closes and/or opens slower than it used to or it is louder than normal, you should repair them. [Read More]
Gone With The Wind: 3 Ways To Strengthen Your Automatic Garage Door
If you live in an area prone to hurricanes and tornadoes, you know the devastating effects that high winds have on homes and businesses. If your home has an automatic garage door, you want it to be strong enough to not just stay attached to the house, but for other reasons as well. Your garage door acts as a barrier of protection against any debris the wind can hurl into your garage. [Read More]
How To Replace A Garage Door Wall Control Switch
If your garage door won't open after you press the wall button, the panel is defective. A wall button enable you to operate the door without a remote. When you press the button, it transmits a signal to the door opener. Over time, the buttons can get damaged or wear out from much use. It is simple to replace a garage door wall control switch by following these tips. Prepare to Work [Read More]
What Can You Do To Fireproof Your Garage?
Garages can hold a lot of valuable stuff. Not only is it responsible for keeping your car safe, but it may also house other expensive machinery or valuables in storage. Store Flammables in a Cabinet There are plenty of flammable liquids that are usually stored in the garage. Any home improvement tools such as paint or varnish are potential sources of flammable goods to start a fire. Sometimes, you have extra gasoline stored in the garage. [Read More]