3 Tips To Make Your Garage Safer

Posted on: 29 March 2018

When you think about your garage, you might not think about it being particularly dangerous. However, if you aren't careful, your garage could be one of the more dangerous areas of your house. Here are a few garage safety tips you can implement to help keep you and your family safe. 1. Have Your Garage Door Inspected and Maintained Regularly First of all, it is important to have your garage door inspected and maintained by a professional on a regular basis.
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3 Garage Must-Haves For Your Modern Farmhouse

Posted on: 4 December 2017

From a traditional new construction home and historical craftsman to a large and open ranch plan, the various architectural styles available today are endless. Finding one that suits your needs can be overwhelming, so many people are choosing to build their dream home. Considering the modern farmhouse is one of the most popular styles of home today, you may be joining the large number of people building this home of their dreams.
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Universal Garage Door Openers ~ Why They Are Ideal

Posted on: 16 March 2017

If you have a garage that utilizes a garage door opener, you may need to strongly consider whether or not you should invest in a backup solution. Many property owners only have one garage door opener. Even if you have two, it might be worth your time to consider investing in a universal garage door option because one day you might lose or damage one. The following information will help you to better understand your options and why universal garage door openers are ideal.
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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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