How to Identify Less-Than Professional Garage Door Businesses

It can be tough to tell at first glance whether a garage door business is actually on the up and up, and if they have the experience, expertise and knowledge required. Sadly, it really does take just one bad apple to spoil the whole barrel. One bad experience with a less-than professional garage door business can sour your outlook on all garage door businesses. As such, it’s important that you’re able to identify companies that might be less than ideal for your business, and that you’re able to recognize competent, highly-trained professionals. You should work with experts who impress you with their knowledge and abilities, not disillusion you with unprofessionalism.
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Save lots of cash on your next garage door

Saving MoneyThe truth is that there isn’t anyone on the planet who wants to get a massive repair bill because of something like a broken spring or worn rollers on their garage door. The good thing is that there are many ways to avoid this ever happening to you again. We’ll share tips on how to ensure this below
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What are my options when it comes to garage flooring?


You know that your garage floor takes abuse every day, and that’s why, when you compare it to other floors in your home, it shows signs of wear quite a bit sooner. After all, in the rest of your house, you’re not dealing with tire marks, oil stains, and all the crud you bring in from not just your car, but bikes and other sporting equipment.
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Solving the dilemma of fixing or replacing a garage door


If you are beginning to hear some strange sounds coming from your garage door, or it just is not working as you feel it should, it might be time to consider getting it looked at. It is important to figure out if your door needs to be fixed or replaced before it is too late. Your safety is at stake here!
 
There are many reasons that can cause your garage door to stop working as it should. To help you figure out the problem and make a choice to repair or replace a section of or the whole door, here is a complete guide.
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Remove Hazards from the Garage to Keep Kids Safe


The garage is generally not considered the sort of place where young children will be spending time without supervision. There can be dangerous items stored inside that could injure a child who was only trying to play. That’s why it’s a good idea to keep the garage cleaned up and safe enough that a child won’t run into harm if they want to ride their bike inside the garage or play ping pong with a friend.
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Give your garden a makeover using glass garage doors


Everyone wants to make the most of the long summer days by spending as much time outdoors as possible. Recent garden trends of maximizing outdoor living space therefore come as no surprise.
 
To make sure you’re as comfortable as possible for as long as possible during the summer, and to extend the time you spend “outdoors” all year long, look no further than glass garage doors.
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What Are Reinforcement Struts?


Do you have a double garage door in your home? Perhaps your garage door is about 16 feet wide. You may have noticed one or more U-shaped steel bars attached to the door using hinges. This is on the inside of your garage door to keep the outside looking sleek. Have you ever wondered what those U-shaped bars are for? You’re pretty certain they were made that way for a reason.
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Have Your Next Party in the Garage


Are you organizing a birthday party or an anniversary party? Maybe you have some other special occasion where you plan to have some family and friends over and you need some extra space. Before you waste money on renting out a hall, think about having the party, or at least part of it, in the garage instead.
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Is a walk-through (pedestrian) garage door worth it?


One garage door craze that’s been all over the Internet is the walk-through garage door, or the “pedestrian” door. It allows you to walk through a smaller portion of your garage just like a regular door, without having to lift your entire garage door. Are you wondering if this type of door is really worth it? There are definitely certain types of building layouts where this could be worthwhile. For example, a common residential situation in which the garage is located in the basement makes it nearly impossible to have a standard access door (36″ X 78″ or 91 X 198 cm) next to the garage door on the side of the house.
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