Most homes have garage doors that are used daily, yet they are often an afterthought when it comes to our homes.
Even when we do think about garage doors, we often only think about functionality. After all, the main purpose of a garage door is to keep cars and other items inside the garage safe and secure. Continue reading →
If you need a new garage door, you may be wondering what the potential impact would be if you choose to get a replacement. As you scour the internet for answers and look for eco-friendly options, you may be wondering if there’s a way to make a switch without increasing your carbon footprint. Before you panic or feel like you’re all out of options, we’re here to let you know there are high-quality, durable solutions on the market that are eco-friendly and energy sufficient.
Too often during the design stage of a home, residential garage doors are treated as an afterthought – favoring utility over design. But garage doors are one of the most prominent features in homes with front-facing, attached garage doors – for better or worse. Modern garage doors have more options than ever, which places the design power back into homeowners’ hands. Let’s look at the different types of residential garage doors, to discover which suits your style and curb appeal.
Forget the gorgeous new windows or hours of time spent on your beautiful landscaping, if your home has a front-facing, attached garage, the garage door is the first thing that people will notice about your home – but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. The majority of garage doors that are installed in residential homes across America are sectional garage doors. Not only are sectional garage doors often inexpensive and easy to maintain, but you can choose from a variety of colors and styles that can add to your curb appeal.
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. Continue reading →