Smart technology has made life much easier, and if you are like most people, you enjoy having control of your home, appliances, and other things at your fingertips. Chamberlain's Liftmaster series's newest addition to the garage door openers is sure to be your favorite smart gadget.
One of the most important things you will have to think about when you are choosing a heating system is the type of energy source that you will want to use. What makes the most sense for where you live and what will be an economical option?
If you dread visiting the garage for some DIY or a workout session because the space is always too cold and damp or hot and humid, you can change this situation. In fact, you must because a humid garage can be full of corrosion, rust, mold and mildew.
If you are in the market for a new garage door, either because you have a new home or your old one is broken, you may be wondering about the spring system. Most people don’t have a whole lot of firsthand knowledge regarding the springs that help open and close their garage doors, and they may not really understand the key differences between the torsion spring systems and the extension spring systems. In this article, we will seek to remedy your lack of knowledge by providing a crash course in torsion springs.
Have you noticed that you are finding rust spots on your garage door? This can be a frustrating situation, especially if your garage door isn’t very old. You might wonder why the high-quality paint on the door doesn’t offer more protection.
As someone who owns a small business that deals with construction or other services, you likely own a garage where you can keep track of equipment and tools. If that’s the case, you may have a commercial garage door that is 10 feet wide and 12 feet high.
Spring break is usually a period of intense fun. However, not all spring breaks are good times. The one we are talking about will most likely produce a sudden, loud noise but is not followed by any fun at all. This noise resembles a gunshot. That sound will come from your garage.
It’s amazing what we can get used to in our lives. That noisy fan belt in your car? Chances are good you don’t even hear it anymore. The same thing applies to your garage door. If you go long enough with it squeaking and squealing, you might not even notice that it makes those sounds. We generally ignore small, minor noises. We chalk them up to normal operation.
Are you planning a new home build? Perhaps you’re renovating your existing house, or maybe just remodeling the garage. In many instances, there are tons of things you can do on your own, from framing and general carpentry to pouring concrete footers for a new porch. However, there are things that should really be left to the professionals. For instance, you would probably never try to wire a new home’s electrical system on your own.