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    How to Prevent Garage Door Repair Scams

    How to Prevent Garage Door Repair Scams

    As the largest operating part of your home, your garage door needs TLC, which includes maintenance and repairs. Many homeowners use the garage door as the main point of entry to their house, even more so than the front door. For your family’s safety, you should only entrust its repair to a qualified garage door

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    How to Prevent Garage Break-Ins

    How to Prevent Garage Break-Ins

    There are about 2.5 million burglaries a year in this country, with 66 percent of those being home break ins. Many of those burglars gain access to the home via a garage door or side door attached to a garage. Unfortunately, police solve only 13 percent of reported cases because of lack of witnesses or

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    What to Consider When Buying Garage Doors

    What to Consider When Buying Garage Doors

    If you’re thinking of installing a new garage door for your home, you’ll need to carefully consider several factors before taking the plunge. A home improvement project such as garage door installation can really add value and ROI to your property. That’s why it’s so important to choose the right material and type for your

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    Is Your Garage Door Seal Working Properly?

    Is Your Garage Door Seal Working Properly?

    This can be tricky to answer without a bit of research and reflection. But it’s important that you determine the seal is working as it should so you don’t lose precious energy or pose a safety risk. Your garage door seal provides value to your garage and home. It’s basically a strip of weather-proof rubber

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    How to Protect Your Garage Floor in Winter

    How to Protect Your Garage Floor in Winter

    Winter is tough on everything, from cars to homes and even to garage floor surfaces. Most garages are not heated, which means freezing cold temperatures infiltrate this area all winter long. That cold can do a number on floors, depending on the material. You can protect your garage floor this winter with these tips. Weathertight

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    Why Do You Need a Garage Door Weather Seal?

    Why Do You Need a Garage Door Weather Seal?

    If it’s been a while since you checked the weather seal around the edges of your garage door, now is a good time to do it. An old, brittle, cracked or sagging seal can cost you money in the form of energy savings and it can put your property at risk. Replacing the weather seal

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    Why Garage Door Safety is Priority #1

    Why Garage Door Safety is Priority #1

    While your garage door serves as the focal point of your home, a convenient point of entry and exit, and protects your vehicles and other equipment, it also has a pretty big job to do: keep you safe. Sadly, malfunctioning doors are all too common. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 30,000 injuries

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    5 Reasons Why Your Garage Door Won’t Open in Cold Weather

    5 Reasons Why Your Garage Door Won’t Open in Cold Weather

    There’s nothing more frustrating than when you’re running late for work and your garage door won’t open and let you out. This winter, with temps that routinely dip below freezing, this could be an increasingly probable occurrence. Why is this happening? How can you prevent it? Let’s explore five reasons why your garage door won’t

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    Should You Choose Two Single Doors or a Double Garage Door?

    Should You Choose Two Single Doors or a Double Garage Door?

    This is a question many homeowners face when putting on an addition. Perhaps you think you would like two single doors, but the contractor suggests you may want to try a wide double door for aesthetics. You are torn: which is best for your home and needs? There are benefits to both. Let’s look at

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