4 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Security Gate Operator This Winter

Posted on: 14 December 2016

Outdoor electrical systems like your security gate operator can use some extra TLC during the winter. Countless days of near or below-freezing temperatures can quickly do a number on this equipment, even when it's designed and rated to survive a wide range of weather conditions. If you want your security gate operator to function flawlessly throughout the winter, you'll need to consider these 4 care tips. Check the Belts It's always a good idea to check the belts that help power your security gate operator.
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Troubleshooting A Faulty Garage Door

Posted on: 11 September 2015

The moderate temperatures of autumn offer the perfect opportunity to address exterior home improvement projects. And temperamental garage doors certainly qualify. If your garage door is noisy, won't open, or otherwise looks or performs badly, now is the time to make those repairs. The trick is finding out exactly what's causing your problem. If you're ready to conquer this project on your own, familiarize yourself with the most common garage door problems.
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Turning Your Garage Into A Man Cave

Posted on: 4 September 2015

Do you want a place to kick back and watch the game with your buddies? If your wife or partner is constantly shushing you or giving you dirty looks when the guys root for your favorite teams, it might be time to build a man cave. Your garage can be the perfect place for this, but you might be hesitant to give up the storage that the space provides. Here are some tips on building your man cave while still having a place to keep your lawnmower and yard tools.
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What Laws Govern Your Garage?

Posted on: 1 September 2015

The recent news about a teen who received a nasty note after painting her family's garage door to win a radio contest may beg the question -- what laws affect the way you decorate and use your garage door? Although this teen's application of garage door "graffiti" didn't break any local laws, there are a number of regulations and codes that can affect you if you choose to paint your garage door a wild color, allow a broken window to go unrepaired, or even simply have an overflow of boxes blocking entry through your garage door.
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