Ways To Make Your Garage Cooler

Living in a hot climate can make your garage very uncomfortable. This is especially a problem if your garage is facing the sun and the temperature rises all day, eventually reaching an unbearable temperature. Even worse is how the heat generated from the cars that enter the garage can raise the temperature of the garage. While insulating your garage door might seem like a great idea when it is cold, if you don't live in a climate that is cold, you will need to choose the right type of insulation and also use other methods of keeping your garage cool. Read More 

Four Reasons Why Your Garage Door May Not Be Operating Properly

Having a garage door that is working improperly can be quite a hassle for a homeowner. It is important to realize that there are many reasons why a garage door opener may stop working properly though. The following guide walks you through a few things to check when troubleshooting a malfunctioning garage door opener. Dead Batteries on the Remote The first thing you need to do when your garage door fails to open or close is to check the batteries in the remote that operates the garage door. Read More 

4 Safety Tips For Turning Your Garage Into A Playroom

If you are short on space and would like to create a fun play area for your children, you should consider converting your garage. This is a great way to provide a large space for your little ones to play, and it's pretty easy to do. These are some of the things that you will need to do to keep your kids safe if you do decide to tackle this project. Read More 

Comparing Pros And Cons Of Roll-Up And Sectional Garage Doors

If you've started a new business and need to add garage doors to part of the building, it can be tempting to go with the cheapest style available. But that garage door needs to be more than just a piece of material. The style you choose -- roll-up or sectional -- affects everything from security to what you can place in the garage. Here's a glance at what you can expect from each type. Read More 

Making Your Garage Door Safety Conscious

There were just over 2 million burglaries that occurred in 2012 with approximately 66 percent of those happening in homes. It is estimated that the most regularly used entry point is through the front door or through the garage. While most people will pay attention to locking up the front door, the garage continues to be an overlooked entry point.  So to help protect yourself and your family, consider these ways to make your garage door less vulnerable to invasion. Read More