Garages and children are likely not things you think of going hand in hand… Garages are usually dirty, and can be very dangerous places. So, it’s no wonder you generally advise your children to stay out of the garage.
However, it doesn’t have to be this way. What if you could transform your garage into a safe play area for your kids, so they have somewhere to run around even when the weather is bad?
More and more people are looking to maximize the living space in their home. They are turning their backyards into an extension of the living room and kitchen, as well as recreation areas. They want to enjoy the space year-round, and using glass garage doors is a great way to do just that. It can help you to extend the perfect summer evenings and make them last all year long.
If you’ve heard people talking about reinforcement struts and are wondering if you need them, you’ve come to the right place.
Not everyone needs to use reinforcement struts to strengthen their garage door, in fact, they’re only used in certain situations.
1. To support your garage door when it’s in an open position
2. To reinforce your garage door if you live in an area prone to hurricanes and strong winds
If you’ve got a big family reunion coming up and it’s your turn to host, you’ve likely been thinking about where you can fit the 40 family members on the big day.
Look no further, with a little bit of work, your garage can become the ideal venue!
If you’re wondering whether investing in a garage door with an attached pedestrian door is worth it, you’ve come to the right place. Indeed, having a pedestrian door is definitely worthwhile for some layouts, for example when garages are located in the basement of a house, rendering regular steel access doors (36” X 78”) next to the garage door or on the side of the garage impossible. Read More
People often put off getting a new garage door. They may think: “as long as it opens and closes, upgrading to a new door is really not necessary.”
The most obvious reason to get a new garage door is that you should not wait until it stops working altogether. You do not want to end up in a situation where you need your car but you cannot get it out because the garage door will not open.
Yes, you certainly want to replace an aging garage door so that you can avoid this kind of emergency situation. Here are five other equally important reasons why you should consider upgrading your garage door right now.
Garage doors are indispensable pieces of equipment. They make up a large portion of your home’s façade and are the largest pieces of moving equipment in your home. You not only want your home to look nice, you also want to be proud of it, so you should be looking for a garage door that:
- Boosts the appearance of your home;
- Is efficient, works well and does not require a lot of maintenance;
- Is durable.
We’ve all had those mornings…the alarm clock didn’t go off, the kids are late to school, your boss has already called wondering where you are, and you just wish you could start over before your first cup of coffee. And then, to add insult to injury, you back into the garage door on your way out. After banging your head into the steering wheel a few times for good measure, what can you do about the damaged garage door?
Your garage door is probably one of the things you see most often in a week, you park right in front of it after all. But we bet you never pay any attention to it – garage doors are just not all that remarkable. But why shouldn’t they be? There are loads of different styles and colours out there, and by upgrading your garage door you can increase your curb appeal tenfold.
Garages can take up approximately 40% of your house’s façade, so why not use it to improve the overall look of your house? Here are some of our favourite examples:
Don’t worry, leaving your pet in the garage while you’re away from the house can be completely safe. Just follow these simple tips and your pet will feel right at home.
We won’t cover the specifics of building anything to keep your pet safe in your garage, but we are going to suggest some measures you should take to make your garage a safe place for your furry friends.