When power goes out at your home or when you've misplaced your garage door remote, you always have the option to open your garage door manually. And if you park your vehicle in your garage on a regular basis, it's a good idea to know how to safely open and close your garage door in the event of a power outage or emergency. The process is pretty simple, but there are still some important tips and safety considerations to keep in mind.
If you enjoy working or spending leisure time in your garage, then you know how unpleasant it can be once the summer heat kicks in. Whether you're working on a car or some other recreational project, a hot and humid garage can make for a miserable environment. Fortunately, there are some relatively simple ways to go about keeping your garage cooler, even on the hottest days of the year.
If your garage door breaks down or you’ve decided to revamp the kerb appeal of your home, you may be facing the difficult decision of repair or replace. Before that decision can be made, most homeowners wish to understand how much a new garage door will cost.
Handheld remotes that control automatic garage door openers might seem, to the average person, to be something that is pointless to steal, but thieves think differently. To thieves, a stolen garage door remote is the key to a treasure chest – in this case your home or garage - filled with tons of valuable items to steal.
Manufacturers are starting to offer insulation as a feature for many garage doors. This feature may seem trivial, especially if you live in an area where the climate is warmer, but it comes with many benefits beyond keeping a garage space warm.