You use your garage door every day. You park your car in front of it without noticing it. Most days, it’s like you look at it but you don’t ever really see it. Sometimes, you may even think about painting a mural on it just to give it a bit more character but you don’t have to go to that extreme. There’s a wide selection of models, colors and windows to enhance the look of your garage and home.
Have you ever considered keeping your dog or cat in the garage while you’re away during the day? If so, you’ve probably also worried that something may happen to your little friend or that the garage may otherwise not be safe for them.
Have you ever wondered why a lot of people choose to park their car on the street instead of in their garage? It’s because they’ve identified a lot of other uses for their garage, and they’ve had a weather-tight, insulated garage door so that they can re-purpose the garage for other activities.
Garages…we love to have them, but then we also struggle to use them effectively, efficiently or even at all! When you have empty or poorly utilized garage space, you have options, and one of our staff opted to create a safe playroom for her growing family.
Over time, garage doors tend to produce noises which they shouldn’t be making. Squeaking, groaning, straining – you may not be sure what’s causing it but you can tell it’s not right. Fortunately, this problem is usually easily solved simply by applying lubrication to the relevant parts.
Garage doors are one of those modern conveniences we all take for granted until they stop working correctly. Perhaps you’ve recently found yourself in this situation. Your garage door has begun announcing when it’s in use with a jarring noise that you’re fairly certain can’t be normal. Well, you’re right.