How to Protect Yourself from the Five Most Common Garage-Door Hacks

Posted on: 17 October 2016

If you are a homeowner with a garage with an automatic door, then your home is naturally vulnerable to various hacks that can allow thieves access to your garage and, ultimately, your home. However, an automatic garage door adds a high level of convenience to your home. Instead of uninstalling your automatic system, you should take certain steps to properly secure your garage door. The main thing you can do is to educate yourself about the most common ways thieves gain entry through automatic garage doors and discuss methods for preventing entry with your garage-door dealer.
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4 Garage Door Features Ideal for Office Conversions

Posted on: 19 April 2016

Instead of using a garage to store cars, many people like to convert the area and give homes additional square footage of useful space. A lot of times, the garage is a great location for a home office conversion. If you work from home and use the garage for an office, then the garage door is an important aspect of the office design. Instead of just installing a basic solid door, you can have a garage door with four different features that cater to your office needs.
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Building A Home? 4 Reasons To Consider An Indoor Garage Door

Posted on: 4 April 2016

Are you building a new home? Are you interested in adding some unique, yet functional architectural features into it? If so, now's a great time to consider an indoor garage door. Indoor garage doors can serve as room dividers or as large entryways between your indoor and outdoor space. Take a look at these 4 reasons why an indoor garage door would work great for your new pad. 1. They Offer Increased Space (When You Want It)
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Bringing Your Garage Door Back Into Balance

Posted on: 31 March 2016

The pulleys, springs and cables on each side of your garage door must work in synchronization with one another in order to open your garage door smoothly. Over time, ordinary wear and tear can cause these parts to fall out of sync, resulting in an unbalanced door that's hard to close or open. This in-depth guide not only outlines the risks of operating an unbalanced garage door and what tell-tale signs to look for, but it also offers helpful steps on how to correct the issue.
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