Designing A Garage For Oddly Shaped Possessions

Posted on: 12 July 2017

Most standard garages are made for single or double non-commercial cars. But sometimes, you have unusual items to store. This could be an oversized vehicle. Or, it could be a series of smaller vehicles that don't quite fit in a standard garage. Use this checklist to design a garage when you have unusual items to store. Consider the Garage Door Itself You may run into some trouble with the right finding garage doors to fit your building.
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How To Strip And Repaint A Wooden Garage Door Without Removing It

Posted on: 27 June 2017

Wooden garage doors add a very classic and vintage look to your garage. Unfortunately, they also require a lot of maintenance. After about five years, you will find that the paint is cracked and peeling from wind and weather. These doors are normally removed completely, stripped of paint, sanded, and repainted before they are reinstalled. You can, however, leave them as the are and still manage to strip, sand, and repaint.
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Five Garage Door Use Mistakes To Avoid

Posted on: 7 June 2017

Many homeowners don't realize how important their automatic garage door is and how convenient it makes their life until they experience a malfunction. The following are five garage door use mistakes that you need to prevent to keep your garage door functioning reliably at all times: Continuing to use tracks that are damaged by dents or breakages It's a good idea to regularly inspect your garage door tracks for any dents, dings, or breakages.
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Things You Can Do With Your Old Garage Doors

Posted on: 29 May 2017

If you are finally ready to have your old garage doors replaced with newer and better doors, you might want to start thinking about what you can do with the old ones. Sure, there is always the garage. Some contractors will even dispose of them for you. However, you get rid of the old doors, you will want to review the following ways in which you can continue to use them.
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