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Extend The Life Of Your Garage Door
Extend the life of your garage door with a few tips and tricks. And a bucket of soapy water.
Why Should You Have A Garage Door Inspection?
A professional garage door inspection can head off any future problems.
Garage Door Safety Tips
We use our garages for a wide range of reasons. Some people simply use it to protect their vehicles while others use their garage for storage or maybe for working on home projects. One common factor though is when the weather warms up we tend to spend more time in the garage. With summer upon… Read more »
Protect Your Home During The Holidays
If you’re traveling for the holidays protect your home and property to prevent a major holiday disappointment when you return.
"Honey, I Think There's A Bear In The Garage."
A vandal bear attacks garage doors in Alaska with frightening results.
How to Choose the Right Garage Door for your Home
Are you in need of a garage door? With so many styles available, choosing the garage door that best satisfies your needs can sometimes be overwhelming. Since your garage door usually faces the front of your home, the choice of the door you choose is a defining element of your home. When it comes to… Read more »
Three Tips For Garage Door Maintenance
Three easy tips for garage door maintenance.
Guard Your Home with Updates to your Garage Door
One of the easiest way for intruders to break into your home is through an unsecured garage door. Outdated garage door and garage door opener models make it easy for a break-in, especially if your garage has an automated opener and windows. Using new garage door security can help protect your home and prevent break-ins…. Read more »
Home Updates To Ride Out The Storm
Spring and summer in the Midwest brings heat, humidity and the inevitable thunderstorm and occasionally tornadoes. Protecting your home and family means securing your home and property so if the unthinkable happens you’re prepared.