3 Easy Steps To Stop Money From Leaking Out Your Drafty Garage Door

Do you have a drafty garage -- too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter? In addition to making it unlikely you'll use the space as much as you want to or need to, you're also probably leaking money out that old door.  If the garage door is the culprit, but it's a problem with the door itself, you may need to replace it with a modern, insulated model. [Read More]

3 Tips To Keep Your Hurricane Shutters Hurricane-Ready

If your hometown is at risk of hurricane damage, you might have invested in hurricane shutters to help protect your windows. Hurricane shutters are great because they can prevent your windows from breaking during one of these heavy storms, and they look great to boot. To ensure that your shutters continue looking their best and continue functioning properly to protect your home from heavy storms, however, it's important to take good care of them. [Read More]

2 Ways To Keep Your Garage More Secure

Your garage door makes it easy for you to get your car or lawn mower in and out of your garage. Sadly, it can also make it easier for people you don't particularly want in your house to get in as well. You want to make sure that your house is as safe as possible, and making sure that your garage door can't be accessed by people you don't want is just one way to do that. [Read More]

Troubleshooting Frequent Issues With The Garage Door Safety Sensor

It may be a small mechanism, but the garage door safety sensor plays a crucial role in the function of the automatic garage door opener. Without the sensors in place, you could easily get caught beneath the door when it is trying to close or even see your vehicle damaged when trying to pull your car in or out of the garage. Even though the sensors will likely work flawlessly when they are initially installed, over time they can start to show signs that they are not functioning properly. [Read More]