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 

3 Garage Door Materials To Consider

When installing a new garage door, it can be quite difficult to choose which one to go with due to the many great options that are available. Some of the most popular garage door options are steel, wood, and fiberglass. Steel Steel garage doors are a great choice due to the very high durability of the material. Most steel garage doors are available with varying levels of thickness, with the thicker options providing superior dent resistance than the competition. Read More 

4 Tips To Make Your Old Garage Door Look Awesome

Your garage door isn't just functional; it's also a very eye-catching part of the exterior of your home. Therefore, if your garage door starts to look worn out, then it can affect your home's curb appeal and make the rest of your home look worn as well. You might want to install a new garage door to replace your old one, but if the old one still works well and is safe, then it might not be a good idea to do so. Read More 

Addressing Common Concerns About Two Problems Your Garage Door May Experience

Problems with your garage door can come in a variety of types, but many homeowners are not experienced with correcting garage door problems. This can make it difficult for them to have these issues addressed when they develop. This can allow these issues to worsen, which may greatly increase the repair costs. By being informed about the following answers to common questions, you should be a more informed homeowner when you are having these issues repaired. Read More