It's that time of year again that we all look forward to. Football season is starting, and it's time to deck the garage out in your favorite sports memorabilia to have everyone over for Sunday watching parties. For many men, it's the best time of the year.
Thinking about recommitting to getting into shape? Maybe you want to lose weight. Perhaps it's more about building muscle for you. Whatever the case, transforming your garage into a home gym is a simple, easy way to help make sure you stick to your plan.
More and more often, a company’s garage door is a front-facing representation of your business to the community. Not only that, but it must be extremely functional as well. As the time approaches to choose or replace your garage doors, here are three of the most typical door choices to consider.
Today’s world is filled with technology. Homes are Wi-Fi connected and our belongings offer smart features that make life more convenient. This is even evidenced by modern garage door openers, like the LiftMaster from Chamberlain. That’s right, even your door opener could be filled with tech!
The garage is meant to provide your home with value. They can improve the appearance and the utility of the garage. It can enhance the curb appeal of your home, which can give your home a boost when it comes to resale.
As more and more of us are moving our work to our homes, we realize what we need and don't have is a dedicated office space in our homes. One obvious solution is to turn your drafty, seldom-utilized garage into a highly functional office space that gives you all the space you need without impeding your family needs within your home.
If you are looking to install a new or upgraded heating system in your garage, you have a lot of options. You can choose systems that go in the garage or in the backyard, giving you solutions for all kinds of replacements and upgrades.
The man cave has become a regular fixture in many homes, and just as this men-only area is designed to allow a guy and his pals to unwind and recharge, so too is the space known as the she shed. Both spaces are designed for enjoying hobbies, entertaining family or friends, writing, or just being.
Whether it’s winter or summer, you may have stepped into the garage to realize it’s humid and hot or cold and damp when you have a project or some exercise to do. This can make it uncomfortable to go through with whatever you planned to do in the garage.
Over the past few years, more and more garages have been built with higher interiors. The ceilings are higher in the garages than they were in the past. Most are at least 9’ high, while others might even be as high as 12’ or 14’. If your garage door is about 7’ high, you might be wondering what you will be doing with all of that extra space. It will often depend on the type of garage door opener you have.