What To Do When Your Teen Driver Crashes Through The Garage

Teen drivers have higher accident rates than most other age brackets. This is due in part to their lack of driving experience and in part to their impulse control issues, which is biological in nature. When your teen driver is just learning how to drive a car and crashes through the garage door, initially you will be quite stunned, but then you will need to figure out what to do next. [Read More]

How To Improve The Security Of Your Garage Door

Your garage door can be a vulnerable part of your home's security. It only takes a thief 6 seconds to break into a home through the garage door using a coat hanger, which is why you should be concerned with its security. Follow these 5 tips to prevent a break-in from occurring. Replace Your Older Garage Door When compared to older models, a new garage door will be thicker with improved insulation, which provides security and energy efficiency. [Read More]

3 Maintenance Tips For Keeping Your Garage Door Running Smoothly

You probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about your garage door, even when it's actually going up or down to let you in or out of your home. Even homeowners who tend to be good about performing maintenance tasks around the house sometimes neglect the garage door, as it is mostly out of sight, out of mind for much of the day. That said, garage doors do develop wear and tear just like any other part of your house. [Read More]

Five Things You Can Do For A More Environmentally Friendly Garage

Don't let your garage be the energy pit of your home any longer. Homeowners looking to increase the efficiency of their home should be aware of the fact that the garage tends to increase a home's carbon footprint in a variety of ways.  The following are five little changes you can make in your garage to reduce utility bills, create a safer home, enhance comfort, and more: Save and use water that falls on the roof of your garage [Read More]