Everyone has a style of their own, and they have certain preferences when it comes to how they dress, the type of cars they like, and more.
You have a way of presenting yourself to the world. You hope it will give a good first impression. You also strive to ensure that the impression is accurate of who you are.
Your garage door is not much different. It’s the first impression of your house, believe it or not. It also reflects on you.
Now that the kids are getting older, you might be looking to get the game room out of the basement so that you have more living space. After all, a game room is great, but extra bedrooms and bathrooms are functional and add value to your home. One idea is to rearrange and renovate your garage so that you can still have a game room without giving up the extra living space.
When you’re in the service business, you need to make sure that you’re attracting customers to your business with more than just your services. The appearance of your business can make a big impression-- how’s yours looking? Is your commercial garage door up to par? If your business has a street-facing garage or a garage that is within the customers’ eyesight, it needs to be looking its best at all times.
Does your residential garage door need regular maintenance? Yes, it does. Like just about every other system in your house, your garage door and opener should receive a little bit of TLC throughout the year in order to stay in good working condition. It’s the only way to stave off more expensive repairs and replacements.
Thinking about investing in a new garage door opener? If so, you’ll need to understand that there are different types on the market. For instance, you’ll find that the drive mechanism (the equivalent of a car’s transmission) differs from one to the other. Some models have a metal chain, such as what you might see on a bike, while others have a rubber belt reinforced with steel. Yet other models might use a screw method, and then there are jackshaft openers.