Whether or not you are the DIY type, there are several steps you can take to ensure your garage door operates without fail, and without calling in the experts. None of these steps are complex or challenging, and together they require less than 20 minutes of your time. In this brief article, we are going to look at four things you can inspect or check on a quarterly basis (every three months or so) to be certain that the entire garage door system is working properly.
Did you know that most garage owners have a dream vision for the space? Did you also know that not many get that dream? With years of stuff piling up and no real motivation to make a big change, that dream seems farther away each year.
Maybe you’ve noticed your garage door is a little slow and is making some weird noises at times. You want to know what’s causing the problem and are all ready to go and investigate the situation. Before doing that, read the following.
If you have just made the wise choice of giving your garage a good cleaning, you might as well continue with a new paint job! Before you just into this project with both feet, you should take some time to plan out the materials and the steps necessary to pull it off like the pros.
You’ve created the perfect space in your garage with insulated walls and ceilings and you’ve created a place where you enjoy doing your DIY projects or just hanging out. But, there’s one problem that keeps your garage from being a perfect project space – your non-insulated garage door. Is it worth it to insulate your garage door or should you just get a new one?
Garages tend to be synonymous with parking your car, working on your car, or storing your treasured items. But why not look at your garage in a different light. With a little bit of TLC, you can spruce your garage up and make it into the perfect scrapbooking corner!
If you’re in the process of building a new garage, you may notice that there is a lot of space over your garage door. If you’re interested in changing this, you might want to consider a door opener that serves as an alternative to the traditional door opener with a trolley over the center of the door.
How long have you had your old garage door? If you’ve had it for more than a decade or so, it is probably time to get something new. Even if the door is newer, there could be a host of reasons that you might want to get a new garage door for your home. You have probably been doing some research on the types of garage doors. If so, then you have probably discovered just how confusing it can be. It doesn’t have to be. You can distill your needs into four basic factors in most cases.
Well, it looks pretty good, doesn’t it? You’ve seen these pics on the Internet with the cool side doors next to your main garage doors, but is it worth the bother?
Greetings everyone! Welcome to the first post ever published on our company’s new blog. At International Door Corp., we couldn’t be prouder of this new addition to our website and the possibilities we see for it. In the future, we intend to watch this blog become the sole place people go to when they need information regarding garage doors and garages in general.

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