The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Automatic Commercial Garage Doors

As a business owner, you want your business to run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. One of the biggest factors with running a company in such a way is loading and unloading products into the company warehouse or storage area. There are several ways that can be accomplished, like using automatic doors for the loading bays and other garage doors around the property. However, there are a few downsides to using this type of door as well. Read More 

How To Replace Garage Panels

When it comes to exterior home upgrades, most people think about their roof or windows before they think about their garage doors. However, residential garage door replacement is one of the smartest and most cost-effective home upgrades. The garage is one of the most visible style features on the outside of your home. If you have a garage that is the closest part of your home to the curb, you have to realize that is going to be very prevalent and important when it comes to your exterior style. Read More 

Are Burglars Targeting Your Old Garage Door And System? What To Know Now

If intruders have broken into your garage by prying open the garage door and damaging the track and other items, or if you aren't sure how they got the door open at all, there are some things to take into consideration, when you replace the door and the opening system. Intruders can get into your garage in seconds, if they know the proper ways to utilize your systems faults, and you don't want this to be a problem in the future. Read More 

Replacing Your Old Drafty Garage Door With A New, Energy Efficient Door

The older your home is, the more likely you are to need to upgrade things to tighten it up and make the home more energy-efficient. Doors, windows, and other entry points like the garage door can all contribute to heat loss or cold air entering your home in the winter time and hot air entering in the summertime. If you have a garage door that is old and worn out, it might be time to replace it with a new one that will provide better protection from the elements. Read More 

Three Ways To Trap Heat In Your Home This Winter

Before winter hits, it is important to make sure that you do everything that you can to trap the heat inside of your house to keep your heating costs minimal. Many homeowners do not realize that the heat can escape so easily from their home during the winter. The following guide walks you through a few ways you can keep your home warm this winter without running the heat on full blast at all times. Read More