A well-insulated garage provides ample workspace year round, even during Oklahoma’s unforgiving ice storms. Even if you don’t plan on spending much time in there during winter, there are still plenty of reasons to consider winterizing your garage.
When you need a tooth pulled, you could ask your neighbor, OR you could go to a dentist with a degree and specialty training. Either one can technically pull a tooth, but calling the dentist will make sure the process is painless and efficient. The same goes for calling in the professionals to improve your home or business. Sure, there are many people who could get the job done, but would it be painless and correct? That is why choosing a business with certified professionals is so important. It is another guarantee that the service will be more precise and last you a lot longer.
If there’s one thing that we recommend you don’t try to fix on your own, it’s a broken garage door spring. This is a much more serious process than your typical DIY project as it poses many safety concerns for the untrained homeowner. Also, if you continue to use a garage door opener with a broken spring, you risk damaging the top portion of the door or burning out the motor, so this is a problem you can’t just ignore either!
With Father’s Day looming, you may need a little help with gift ideas! If your dad is a person whose garage doubles as his man cave, we’ve put together a gift guide to help you shop! All of these items are available on Amazon (hello, two-day shipping!), so take a moment to shop so you’re ready for this weekend!
If you have an older access control system or are looking to install one for the first time, there are a lot of factors to consider that might have you putting off the investment in a new system.
To help with your decision, we’ve rounded up the top three reasons we recommend a new access control system, whether you’re looking for your personal home or a large commercial complex.
June has been declared Garage Door Safety Month by the International Door Association (IDA) and Door & Access Systems Manufacturers Association (DASMA) as an effort to bring awareness to the significance of proper garage door safety. We’ll be sharing these tips throughout the month of June on our social media, but we’re giving you our full list below!