Tips For Winterizing Your Garage

Posted on: 21 December 2018

As cold weather sets in, your garage might not function as well as you would like. Maybe you like to use the space for woodworking or other messier home projects, or maybe you like to repair cars on your own. Even storing things in your garage during the winter can be more challenging. If you want to optimize your garage for winter use, follow these tips for winterizing your garage so you can use it all year round. [Read More]

Tips To Help You Prepare Your Garage For Winter

Posted on: 19 October 2018

As you get your home and property all ready for winter, don't forget one important area: your garage. As the temperature drops, your garage door's efficiency can be affected. Here are a few tips to keep your garage door and bay in good shape during the winter months. Clean and Lubricate the Tracks Cold temperatures can cause oil to thicken and freeze, meaning that any grime that hasn't been cleaned out will now be incredibly difficult to remove. [Read More]

Replacing Damaged Garage Doors

Posted on: 29 May 2018

Garage doors usually don't need any TLC or repairs unless some damage is caused by human error. The most common and severe problem is usually the result of running into your door with your car. Obviously, the severity of the impact can be minor and easily fixed by just replacing a few panels, or it can be very severe, to the point that you need to replace your entire garage door system. [Read More]

Repairing A Broken Motor Or Panels

Posted on: 18 March 2018

Garage door repairs can either be very simple DIY projects, or difficult tasks that you need to let professionals handle. Of course, there are many aspects of the garage system that should only be handled by licensed contractors, like the actual opening motor. However, many other repairs are simpler than homeowners imagine. This article explains a few of the most common problems with the garage doors, and how they are best fixed. [Read More]