If you’ve finally reached your dream of living in a vacation home on the water, you want to make sure your home is as perfect as possible. You artfully built your firepit and stained your deck the perfect shade, looking out to the lake, river, or ocean. Now, the only thing left is to tackle the old boathouse.
Are you interested in making sure you know all the best steps for maintenance with your garage door opener? The truth is it's easier than you might expect. The things you need to do are going to be the same whether you have a brand-new home, a new-to-you home, or a house you've owned for years. Read on to get all the details!
We’re always looking for new ways to make our lives all the more convenient and easier. Enter the brand-new generation of LiftMaster by Chamberlain garage door openers. It’s the smart way to control your garage door.
Modern garage designs accommodate for much higher ceilings than what people are traditionally used to. Unlike older models, new garages can be as high as 12-14 feet or more. However, standard garage doors are still only seven to eight feet high, so what are you supposed to do with all of that extra space?
Do you know the average life span of an electric garage door opener?
Ask an expert and they’ll say it is 10 to 15 years. And yet, like so many other “averages,” there are a few caveats to that figure.For instance, technological advances might make it wiser and savvier to do an upgrade.
We take a lot of gadgets for granted in our lives. However, the garage door opener is probably one of the most commonly overlooked devices in the modern world. We depend on it every day to open and close the garage door as we go to work and return home, but have you ever really explored how these devices work?
Did you recently see a friend or a coworker with a fancy smartphone app that got rid of their garage door opener? Now they can open and close their garage without even being home – perfect for so many situations.
If you’re building a new garage and there is a lot of empty space above the garage door you might want to think about installing a wall-mounted door opener rather than one with a trolley, installed over the centre of the door.
If you’ve ever been woken up in the middle of a good night’s rest by a family member coming home late, then you know the pain of a noisy garage door. Especially if your bedroom is right above the garage, it can be difficult to simply ignore the screeching, rumbling, or clacking that echoes through your home. But having a noisy garage door is not something you just have to deal with. Here are some of the most common causes of noisy doors, and how you can fix or avoid the issue entirely: