The kids are back in school, football season has begun, the leaves are beginning to change to gold, and the weather is finally cooling down. With the fall season soon upon us, it’s time to prepare for the season, from garage maintenance to organization before you get too busy with all of life’s activities. Keep reading for information and tips on how to make your garage fall ready and why it’s important to do so.
Have you ever pulled into your driveway after a long day at the office only to find that your garage door doesn’t open when you hit the button? Yeah, not a fun thing to have to deal with! Especially when you have no idea what went wrong or malfunctioned.
Your garage door typically provides one of the first impressions of your home for passersby. Intentionally or not, your garage door stands out and makes a statement about your property. A garage door upgrade adds to the aesthetics appeal, while adding value to your home, which, in turn, adds to the overall look and feel of your neighborhood.
When summer arrives and the temperatures rise, it’s often too hot to work in your garage. That won’t do for most of us because our garage is a valuable workspace and there’s a lot to get done. With a few simple modifications, you’ll be able to comfortably work or play in your garage all summer long. We’ve put together 5 tips for cooling off your garage.
Squeaking and creaking are two noises that are awfully familiar to homeowners, specifically in the garage. There are a lot of moving parts that are metal that can cause a real ruckus. Talk about annoying when you’re trying to stay quiet when people are sleeping!
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When you leave the house for work or a five day vacation, you make sure your house is locked down. Front door, check. Back door, check. Coffee maker, off. But what about the garage? The garage is often an overlooked part of the home, and this is the case specifically relating to security.