If leaves, rain, and dirt are seeping into your garage, it’s time to replace your garage door seal, and this is the perfect place to start. This handy guide will cover everything you need to know about the different types of garage door seals available. For the more hands-on reader, we’ll even walk you through how to install a new garage door seal step-by-step.
The last thing you want after installing a new driveway gate is to have wild animals scratching at, soiling, or ruining it. If you live in an area with a lot of wildlife, your driveway gate, as well as the home it protects, may be at risk of being damaged by them. Here are four ways to protect your property and your driveway gate from wildlife damage.
If you have a garage in your home, you are most likely familiar with the pesky oil stains on your garage flooring. Nothing makes a garage look bad, like a floor stained with oil or grease. In this blog, we will highlight several different methods to remove oil and grease stains in your garage.
Whether it’s an infestation or just a few unwanted pests, no one likes to be greeted by animals or insects when they walk into their garage. More so, you don’t want to see damage from those pests on your personal items or the garage structure itself. Here are some helpful tips to keep those unwanted pests out of your garage.
When your garage door is brand new, its function should be smooth with little noise. As time goes on, even the highest quality doors will begin making some funny noises due to wear and tear. Some noises are normal, but many mean that you need maintenance or a repair. In order to be able to diagnose which is necessary, we’ll share some tips on how to listen to your garage door. Here are some sounds you may hear and what they mean.